Wednesday, August 22, 2007

The Great "Turkish" Pretender


As most of you can imagine, I've been experiencing some very trying times, and just haven't had the energy to blog in the last few months. But I had to make a special effort to share the cover of the Turkish edition of THE GREAT PRETENDER (ROLKESEN) with my readers; as I've previously shared the Polish cover (WIELKI KLAMCA).

And it's worthwhile to note (though I'm pretty sure I've mentioned it before) that these foreign versions were garnered by the 2002 self-published, general fiction edition of TGP......

How often do self-published books sell foreign translation rights?

It's interesting how these covers reflect and illustrate the universal substance of the very same book.

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  6. Rebecca TricolliAugust 28, 2007 10:34 PM

    Hi Mil,

    I just want to say congratulations on the international sales and I want to echo the encouragement. I'm with Cyn, very sorry your career was negatively impacted due to your race. Your books are great and deserve a gigantic audience! Keep the pedal to the metal!!

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  9. Hang in there, Millenia!

    Best wishes,
    Justine

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  10. Beautiful cover! That cover works in ANY language.

    Just wanted to drop a note to say I listened to your book The Great Pretender on audio and it was totally fab! Really enjoyed it! I'm going to pick up The Great Betrayal CDs from the library tomorrow!

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  11. I just finished reading your novel The Great Betrayal and came to visit your Website. I wanted to tell you how wonderful it was, I could not put it down. It went everywhere with me until I finished. I'm going to pass it along to my sister. I never saw the ending coming, what a shock!!! I can't wait to read your other works. Thank you, Toni Deutch.

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