Saturday, November 11, 2006


It's always fun to receive a package of books in the post, especially foreign editions. Unlike the first editions of the books, they come out of the blue. Little treats to light the day. It's been a particularly whizzy week in that respect with Japanese and Afrikaans editions of The Marriage Miracle.

I also received that a double delight with Spanish reprints of His Runaway Bride and Baby on Loan in this rather swish two-book edition.

I've got a spare of each, so if anyone would like a copy, just email me (my email link is on my website) with your snail mail addy and the first one out of the hat will grab the prize.

For Swedish fans, Harlequin are also publishing A Family of His Own this month. This will provide an especially heavy package for the postman since they come in at least five different languages!


Anne McAllister said...

I totally agree about foreign editions, Liz. They are really a thrill. It's always amazing to see how they are envisioned by different editorial teams in the various countries.

The only downside is finding a place to store them! I think your idea of giving them away is a great one.

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Anonymous said...

Thanks, Liz. It was neat seeing the different eHarlequin sites. What a thrill it must be to see your books in other languages.
All the best,
Gail from Canada