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The art of translation or why I don’t translate my own books… Setting up my writing goals and daily calendar.

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Episode 34

Today, I am talking about my new process for getting #TheLeftoverBride to the French-speaking market, explaining why I don’t translate my own books. After all, literary translation (and all types of translation) are an art. I dig a bit deeper into why I am “wide” on the French-speaking market. More than 15% of pre-orders are currently on Apple & Kobo. And I’m about to set up my pre-order on Google Play.

I’m also setting up my calendar and my upcoming projects and trying to find one thing to do each day to help my royalties. 🙂

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A self-publishing update: Vella, a day without earnings, and business decisions… A self-published author's diary

Because sharing the downs of self-publishing is also important: a day without earning. Still: Vella is helping me earn a part-time income and making business decisions and writing progress. — Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/elodie-nowodazkij/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/elodie-nowodazkij/support
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