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Mass-market paperback for Lost in Translation!
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February 15, 2006
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It looks like my science fiction novel Lost in Translation is going to be coming out in mass-market paperback from DAW Books! I had a phone call to that effect this morning from Martin H. Greenberg and John Helfers at Tekno Books, which packaged Lost in Translation for Five Star.
This is absolutely terrific news. I’d had vague thoughts of trying to shop around the mass-market paperback rights, but hadn’t really pursued it–and now, out of the blue, the book is picked up without my having to do a thing.
Mass-market paperback publication means Lost in Translation will get greater exposure–and hopefully greater readership–than any of my novels to date. And the extra money from the sale ain’t a bad thing, either.
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