Literary Translation & Foreign Rights: Author Guide (Hardcover)
Ready, Set, Translate
Are You An Author? Unlock Your 10-step Plan to Multiple Streams of Income from Foreign Translations. It's Easy and Profitable
The Indie Publishing Gold Rush is not over...
In fact, it's just beginning in non-English language markets. Find new readers, new markets, and make more money by translating your books into other languages. It's easier than you think Whether you are self-published or traditionally published, you need to know how to exploit your rights and find new markets and new readers.
Learn how to
- Identify hot global markets for your genre
- Source the best literary translators
- Translate your books with zero upfront investment
- Protect and exploit your intellectual property rights
- Generate multiple streams of income with your books
- Gain new readers, reach new markets, and make more money
You can write and publish more books but that can take years. Why not share your existing fiction and nonfiction books with new readers in new countries and language markets? Many readers in these countries want to discover new writers like you. They are hungry for new novels and nonfiction books. You don't need a foreign rights agent or a foreign publisher. If you know how to write and self-publish, you will find it easy and economical to source and work with qualified and talented literary translators. Not everyone can be a bestselling author, but you can dramatically increase your odds by tapping new literary markets and by publishing your genre fiction and non fiction in new languages.
Once you read this book you'll wish you had started sooner...but it's never too late In fact, there's never been a better time to find new markets, gain new readers, and make more money
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