Like to get a slice of the German market for your books without translating them into German? Austrian author A K Amherst shares her methodical and effective strategy to target your ideal readers in Germany.
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Foreign language translations – wondering whether you should pursue that route to reach more readers? This must-read post by professional translator and novelist Alison Morton will help you decide whether it’s right for you and tell you how to get started.
An important decision for any writer aiming at the global market for English-language books is which version of English to choose. British author Debbie Young recently adjudicated a spirited discussion on this subject on ALLi’s private Facebook group, and here she shares its key points. One of the many advantages of self-publishing is that you […]
From Berlin, Evi Chantzi of German-based publishing platform epubli offers excellent advice on the significance of the German market for self-published books, providing compelling reasons for authors to target that territory right now. epubli is a partner member of ALLi. Germany is the biggest English language market in Europe after the UK. According to recent […]