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    Meet me at the RWA conference in New York City!

    Are you looking for some general info on translations? Do you have specific questions you’d like to ask? Are you wondering why your German books don’t sell?

    I’ll be attending the Romance Writers of America conference in New York from July 24-27, 2019. I’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have on-site. Just drop me a line and we can meet up for coffee. 🙂

  • How to point readers to your price promotions

    This article was originally published by selfpublishing expert Matthias Matting on his German website www.selfpublisherbibel.de. He kindly gave us permission to translate it into English. Readers and authors alike love price…

  • Why did we write this guide?

    So who are we, and why did we write this guide? We are Corinna Wieja and Jeannette Bauroth, both translators who have been translating British and American novels for German publishers…

  • Why should you get your book translated?

    The casual observer might be surprised at the increasing numbers of foreign authors publishing their books in German on the German book market. After all, the level of English in Germany…

  • What kind of books are suitable for translation?

    Judging by the sheer number of novels in translation released by German publishers, it is clear that interest in books by English-language authors remains as high as ever. In 2015, translations…

  • When does a translation pay off?

    The next question is: When is the right time to invest in one or more translations? We get a lot of inquiries from authors who have just published their first novel…

  • What should you look for when choosing a translator?

    If you think a literary translator does not require any special skills, think again. Even novel translations involve a certain amount of “technical” terminology – in a crime novel, for example,…