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April 2018
 
Translating for AmazonCrossing.

 

 
March 2018
 
My latest translation, The Beachcomber, will be released by AmazonCrossing on March 13!
Another historical novel by bestselling author Ines Thorn, set on the Island of Sylt in the year 1711.
 
"In the second epic novel of The Island of Sylt trilogy by bestselling author Ines Thorn, a young woman must fight to clear her family’s name in order to claim her true love."
 
  February 2018

Translating for Random House / Lotos Verlag, Germany.

 
October 2017
 
I'm currently planning my visit to the Frankfurt Book Fair (11-15 October, Frankfurt, Germany). If you would like to meet me there to discuss a potential translation project, please get in touch!

"The Frankfurter Buchmesse is the most important international trade fair for content, the centre of the international media world and a major cultural event. Nowhere else in the world does the publishing and media industry show itself from a more diverse, innovative and international side than during these five days in October."

  September 2017

Translating for Random House Germany.

 
August 2017
 
I am pleased to announce that my latest translation, "The Beachcomber" (AmazonCrossing) is now available on Amazon.com for pre-order! It will be released on March 13, 2018. Another historical novel by bestselling author Ines Thorn, set on the Island of Sylt in the year 1711.
 
"In the second epic novel of The Island of Sylt trilogy by bestselling author Ines Thorn, a young woman must fight to clear her family’s name in order to claim her true love."
  July 2017

Translating for Random House Germany.

 
May 2017
 
Translating for AmazonCrossing.

 
March 2017
 
I am very pleased to announce that my latest translation, "The Whaler" (AmazonCrossing) by Ines Thorn, is currently available for pre-order at Amazon.com! It will be released on September 1, 2018. This is a fascinating historical novel set on the North Sea island of Sylt in the mid 18th century, about a young woman who goes on an arctic whaling voyage.
 
In the opening epic novel of The Island of Sylt trilogy by bestselling author Ines Thorn, a young woman must choose between love and poverty, or thrilling adventure and unacknowledged desire.
 
Germany’s North Sea Coast: The Island of Sylt, 1764
 
Life in the windswept village of Rantum in the North Sea is fraught with peril and hardship. Most families must rely on arranged marriage just to survive. But free-spirited Maren Luersen doesn’t care for riches—her heart belongs to handsome but poor Thies Heinen. He may not have prospects or fortune to offer, but Maren knows their intense love can overcome any obstacle, and she is determined to be his bride.
 
The wealthy and mysterious Captain Rune Boyse has other plans. He shocks Maren with a startling marriage proposal, and even though he can give her family a better life, her love for Thies is too powerful to deny. But when tragedy strikes, she finds herself in debt to the captain and must set sail with him on a dangerous whaling voyage—with no promise of a safe return.
 
If Maren survives, will life be the same back on shore? Or will her heart change course somewhere over the icy swells of the Arctic Sea?
 
 
February 2017
 
Translating for Random House Germany.
 
December 2016
 
Translating for Random House / Lotos Verlag, Germany.
 
November 2016
 
Translating for AmazonCrossing.

 

 
September 2016
 
I'm currently planning my visit to the Frankfurt Book Fair (19-23 October, Frankfurt, Germany). If you would like to meet me there to discuss a potential translation project, please get in touch!
 
"There are many reasons to visit the Frankfurt Book Fair – whether as an exhibitor or as a trade or private visitor. Nowhere else does the industry show itself in a more multifaceted, innovative and international light. For these five days in October, it is THE PLACE TO BE."
 
 
June 2016
 
My translation of Michala Gruenig's Hollywood romance, "Limelight Kisses" , the first book in her successful "Love Behind the Scenes" series, has been released for sale on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk under the name
Michelle Segal.

 

 
May 2016
 
Translating for AmazonCrossing.
 
April 2016
 
I will be attending the Love Letter Convention in Berlin on April 23 & 24 with Michaela Gruenig, and we will be offering a workshop about the translation experience from both the author's and the translator's point of view.
 
"In 2016 the LoveLetter Convention will take place for the fifth time.
On April 23rd and 24th fans and industry professionals from all over Europe will get together in Berlin with German and international authors. There they will celebrate the world’s most popular book genre at the conference for romance readers and authors."

 

 
 
 
February 2016
 
I'm now planning my visit to the London Book Fair (12-14 April, 2016). If you are interested in meeting me there, please get in touch!
 
"Celebrating its 45 year anniversary in April 2016, The London Book Fair is the global marketplace for rights negotiation and the sale and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels. Staged annually, LBF sees more than 25,000 publishing professionals arrive in London for the week of the show to learn, network and kick off their year of business."

 

 
January 2016
 
Now translating Michaela Gruenig's book, "Küsse niemals einen Filmstar" (Never Kiss a Movie Star), another book in her successful "Love Behind the Scenes" series about romances in the Hollywood film industry. More about Michaela, (also known as Michelle Segal in English) here.

 

 
November 2015
 
Working with German author Michaela Gruenig to translate her successful "Liebe nach Drehschluss" series about romances in the Hollywood film industry. "Limelight Kisses" will be released in the summer of 2016 under the name Michelle Segal. More about her here.

 

 
 
 
 
August 2015
 
Susann Remke's bestselling German novel "New York for Beginners", translated into English by Kate Northrop, has been released by Amazon Crossing. Available for sale here. The book was also mentioned in an article in Publisher's Weekly, here.