I love German publishers; they always give my novels such fantasic cover art.
For my readers over there, this German translation edition of If Angels Burn will be released in April 2010.
Thursday, December 17, 2009
IAB Goes Overseas
Posted by the author at 12:00 AM
Labels: Darkyn, foreign rights, If Angels Burn
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Wow! Es ist sehr heiss!ReplyDelete
I just died.ReplyDelete
Oh, stunning. Dear Santa, I want a German cover please...Truly gorgeous, congratulations.ReplyDelete
oh wow. I might just order one for the cover alone.ReplyDelete
My Comment--> "don't you think writing about future is a good idea ?ReplyDelete
It generates curiosity and increase knowledge
predictions something like that"
I am so sorry for above text verbally it sounds cruel .
You are almost like my mothers age so there should be some respect
I realize later its wrong to questioning like this
You are a very beautiful writer you answered me in a very good way
I believe the real image of a person can be understand by the words used by that person
and the way in which they talk
Future prediction + Scientific fiction + Romance + Fantasy + Darkness + Christianity
+ Adult fiction + Nonfiction = Key
Now i found my key
thank you so much =)))))
Cover generates curiosity
(my English is bit weak i hope you understand feeling
a writer can do this very well i know )
Enjoy day ))
WHY oh WHY can we not have cover art like that here?
Wow!! Better... WAY Better than the US cover. (even if the mark on his eye has nothing to do w/the story)ReplyDelete
That is just stunning. Think I may be brushing up on my Deutsch!ReplyDelete
That cover is stunning. May it pique widespread interest in Germany.ReplyDelete
Oh My. Just Wow. So nice to wake up to.ReplyDelete
I agree! That cover is lovely.ReplyDelete
I can haz book? pleeze?ReplyDelete
Congratulations on the German edition and the amazing cover.ReplyDelete
I'll be sure to pick up a copy or five for my German friends.
Wow. Love that cover. Who is that guy?ReplyDelete
Adam wrote: my English is bit weak i hope you understand feelingReplyDelete
a writer can do this very well i know
I do understand, and thank you for explaining, Adam.
Eva wrote: WHY oh WHY can we not have cover art like that here?ReplyDelete
I think it's probably cultural. European publishers operate differently than ours do, and I think they're less sales-reactive and much more thoughtful about presentation and packaging. End result is always interesting if not downright beautiful covers.
Nina wrote: Wow!! Better... WAY Better than the US cover. (even if the mark on his eye has nothing to do w/the story)ReplyDelete
It doesn't. :) But hey, I'm not complaining.
Anon wrote: Wow. Love that cover. Who is that guy?ReplyDelete
I wish I knew. Very handsome. :)