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Mary Claire O'Neal's Becoming What You Want to see in the World: The Art of Joyful Living Appears in Dutch

The Boss Sells Again

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Korean Language Rights Sold to Novel

Kenneth Knight's A Special Theory of Relativity to Be Published in the Spanish Language

Dying Was the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me Appears in an Indian Edition from Better Yourself Press, Mumbai

The Magdalene Mandala to Appear in Bulgarian

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Russians To Publish Australian Business Book

Random House Germany Publishes Translation of Dying Was the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me, Stories of Healing and Wisdom Along Life's Journey

Becoming What You Want to See in the World Published in Spanish

Interview with South African Publishing Director Kerneels Breytenbach

The Rights Center At BookExpo America: An Interview with Ladislav Senkyrik

Stephen Wolinsky?s Work Begins to Appear in Czech

New Spanish Language Edition of Briefs for Building Better Brands

Pustak Mahal Begins to Publish the Works of Roger Fritz in India

We've Got to Start Meeting Like This

Germans Publish 50 Ways to Read Your Lover

New Age Books - New Delhi, India

Japanese License Rights to Empowered by Empathy / Germans Buy Manuscript

Czechs Buy Rights to Journeying, Where Shamanism and Psychology Meet

Volvox Globator Buys Czech Rights to Biography of The Real Winnie The Pooh

Oesch Verlag acquires Anne Seagraves' Daughters of the American West.

Edizioni Voland buys Italian rights to Richard Crasta's The Revised Kama Sutra; Latvian edition to follow later this year

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The 2006 London International Book Fair

The London Fair celebrated its 35th anniversary this year by moving from its previous home, the Olympia in Kensington, built in 1886, to ExCel, the largest single-roofed exhibit hall in the European Union, built on an 100-acre site by Royal Victoria Dock in the heart of London's Docklands

We returned from London with contract offers for books in the areas of business, self-help, health, history, cooking, children's titles, gay and lesbian studies, and English language studies/reference. Fiction, especially historical fiction, also enjoyed substantial interest.

Now, we'll turn our attention to marketing our London titles to those buyers we usually see who were not, for whatever reason, at this year's fair.

The fair drew 1,996 exhibitors from 59 countries and a 3.2% increase in visitors over the 22,000 attending last year's fair.

Not a bad showing at all considering, as terry Jackson of Time Warner said, 2006 was a fair at which "everyone is finding their feet" because of the new facility.

With a year's experience in hand, the 2007 London Fair (March 4-6) should be even larger and more successful.

We are also beginning to plan and market for the 2006 Frankfurt Fair (October 4-8). You may register your titles by clicking the link to the left and downloading our current Frankfurt information.

Also at LIBF 2006 Volvox Globator (Prague) publisher Vit Hruska and Volvox rights manager Ladislav Senkyrik presented us with the first copy of their Czech language edition of The Real Winnie the Pooh that we sold to them on behalf of our client Natural Heritage Books (Toronto, Canada).

You may see the book in both its Czech and English editions by clicking on the updated link to the left.

And Rohit Gupta, publisher of Pustak Mahal (Delhi, Mumbai, etc.) brought us Indian editions of three books by Dr. Roger Fritz (Inside Advantage Publications): Sharpen Your Competitive Edge, 100 Ways to Bring Out Your Best, and Rate Yourself As a Manager.

We licensed these books to Pustak Mahal at the 2005 Frankfurt Book Fair.

Use the link to the story about these sales to the left and find out what can happen once an initial rights sale is made.

The individual reading in George Sharp's novel Harriet (Pretty Penny Press) in the stand photo is German book buyer Peter Sondheim from Stuttgart.

The photograph of a horse from the Elgin Marbles (British Museum) is courtesy of Sophia Utpadel.

London 2006

London 2006

London 2006

London 2006

   


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