Amazon Publishing Titles Now Available in German Bookstores

Amazon Publishing Germany, the German publishing branch of Amazon, has been established in 2012. Offering only translated titles by AmazonCrossing at first, there are now 4 imprints that publish original German works as well (about 800 titles available): Edition M (Mystery & Thriller) Tinte & Feder (contemporary and historical fiction) Montlake Romance 47North (Science Fiction […]

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Takeaways from the German Self-Publishing-Day 2017

On June 10, I spent a day in Hamburg with around 200 German authors and publishing professionals to connect and learn about the newest developments in German selfpublishing, so I thought I’d share my takeaways with you. The variety of topics during that day reflected the maturation of the German selfpublishing scene. There was a […]

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How German Readers Find and Choose Ebooks – A Survey

How do German readers choose their books and find their reading material? Which devices do they use to read ebooks? Matthias Matting of wanted to find answers to these questions, so he created a survey that participating indie authors forwarded to their own readers. 2,342 people responded to the survey and provide some interesting […]

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Tanya Anne Crosby on German Translations – Babelcube or Direct?

Tanya Anne Crosby is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of mainstream fiction, contemporary suspense and historical romances, such as the Scottish Highland Brides series. Tanya has published many of her books in German, some by working with individual translators directly and others through the translation platform Babelcube. In this interview, she […]

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Caroline Fyffe on AmazonCrossing and German Translations

Caroline Fyffe is the USA Today bestselling author of Sweet Western Historical Romance, such as the McCutcheon Family series. Her novel “Where the Wind Blows” won the Golden Heart Award of the Romance Writers of America. To date, five of her books have already been translated into German, two of which are published by AmazonCrossing. […]

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