You Need: Copyright Protection
It appears that you may want to consider copyright protection for your intellectual property. Copyrights prevent others from copying original works such as music, artwork, drawings, textual works (e.g. book, website content), graphics and the like. However, copyrights do not protect you if someone independently develops something similar to your work. If you plan to use this work to identify a specific product or service (e.g. a logo or phrase), you should also consider trademark protection. It is recommended that you talk to a copyright attorney who can review your information and give you their opinion on what type of intellectual property protection you should seek.