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Turkish Delight

Discussion in 'Mark Robson' started by Mark Robson, Jan 20, 2010.

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    Mark Robson

    Mark Robson Dragon Writer

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    I've just heard from my publisher that the first two books of my Dragon Orb series will launch in Turkey next month. I can't wait to see what sort of covers they're using. What sort of dragons do they go for in Turkey, I wonder? I've never seen anything written in the Turkish language before, so I will be fascinated to find out what my work looks like.

    I'll post a picture of the covers as soon as I can find them on the net. Failing that I'll take photos of my author copies and post them that way. :)
     
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    nixie

    nixie pixie druid Staff Member

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    Congratulations Mark.
     
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    Toby Frost

    Toby Frost Well-Known Member

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    Nice work!
     
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    dwndrgn

    dwndrgn Fierce Vowelless One Staff Member

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    Woot! Very nice! I've got a feeling those covers are going to be gorgeous!
     
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    Patrick Mahon

    Patrick Mahon Would-be author

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    Great news, Mark - congratulations! How many different countries/languages have your books been published in now? Must be quite a few! :)
     
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    Mark Robson

    Mark Robson Dragon Writer

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    Aside from English, Patrick, there's: Danish, Italian, French, German and now Turkish, with Romanian apparently still on the way. Here's hoping the list will continue to grow.
     
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    jambo

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    Looks like your dragon orb books are going world wide congratulations mark I hope the romainian goes well too
     
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