Posts Tagged ‘Translations’

In einer Sternennacht

Sunday, May 25th, 2014
The German cover of One Starlit Night

Cover of In einer Sternennacht

Here’s the cover to the German translation of One Starlit Night — In einer Sternennacht. Translated by Wolf-Dieter Alfinger, Agentur Libelli.

Eigentlich hatte Crispin Hope, Viscount Northwood, gedacht, zehn Jahre sollten reichen, um seine Jugendliebe Portia Temple und ihre leidenschaftliche Affäre zu vergessen. Doch da hat er sich wohl gründlich getäuscht. Denn als er seinen Freund, Portias Bruder, besucht und erfährt, dass sie einen anderen heiraten will, trifft es ihn mitten ins Herz. Obwohl er weiß, dass er nicht das Recht hat, sich in ihr Leben einzumischen, kann er nicht anders, als genau das zu tun – mit Worten, Küssen und einer Liebe, die nie geendet hat.

I will be uploading to other vendors shortly.

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Turkish Edition of Indiscreet

Friday, January 10th, 2014

The cover is very pretty:

Turkish Indiscreet

Cover of the Turkish Edition of Indiscreet

If you read Turkish, you can get it here. I’m pretty sure it’s on sale.

You know, I really really like this cover. It’s perfect for the book.

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Carolyn Goes International

Tuesday, April 17th, 2012
The UK Kindle edition of Not Wicked enough is available on Amazon UK. If you are in the UK, Australia or New Zealand you can buy the Kindle version here and for less than the paper version!

It turns out I also have the UK/AUS/NZ rights to Scandal and Indiscreet. There are a few other countries where I have the rights so I’ll be adding those to the territories as well.

I need to get new covers made for Scandal and Indiscreet, so I imagine it will be a month or so before those are ready to put on sale. I believe I have final-copy digital files. Something to look forward to, eh?

Also, If you read German, the German edition of My Wicked Enemy is available for pre-order via Amazon.co.uk here. I think the German title is In the Arms of Demons but I don’t know.

The guy looks like the model in the photo I used for A Darker Crimson.

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Good News!

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

I have received my rights back for my two historicals, Lord Ruin and The Spare. This means, among other things, that the publisher no longer has rights to my characters and that all the pesky legal issues that made the possibility of sequels kind of difficult are now removed. Now the only issues are what to do with the rights. I think reselling them would be difficult and unlikely, but I suppose worth asking about.

In all honesty, the decision for me will be whether I try to resell the books myself say, via the Kindle, or simply give them away as free eBooks. I know EXACTLY who I would want to do any cover art, though. Then I’ll have to think about how, when and if I can do the sequels to Lord Ruin so many people have asked about every year since the book was first published.

Also, today I received Czech language versions for Scandal. In Czech, my last name is Jewelova. In case you were wondering.

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An Italian Scandal

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010


Oh, isn’t it pretty? If you speak Italian and want to buy it, Italian eHarmony

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