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Amazon Launches In Spain, Kindle Store By Year End (via David Gaughran)

Apolo Drakuvich is being translated into Spanish and will be ready to go by early October.

Amazon Launches In Spain, Kindle Store By Year End Amazon made the first move in its latest wave of international expansion by finally throwing open the doors of its long-mooted Spanish site Amazon.es. Amazon's eighth store outside the US (following Canada, Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and China), will stock the usual assortment of books, games, DVDs, appliances, and electronics, but neither the Kindle nor e-books, for which Spanish customers will continue to be re-directed to Amazon.c … Read More

via David Gaughran

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3 comments on “Amazon Launches In Spain, Kindle Store By Year End (via David Gaughran)

  1. Exciting stuff. How did you organize the translation? Last time I checked out your book, you were just about to feel the mighty winds of a Pixel of Ink push. How did that turn out?

    • The Pixel of Ink push was great for a few days. I had an Amazon ranking of about 3,000 and I had about 80 book sales over several days. But the sales have slowed down a lot. I plan on a blog post about the translation but I found a guy who was reasonably priced. Sorry, not much detail there, lol. I just hope I won’t get screwed over.

  2. Appreciating the commitment you put into your website and detailed information you present. It’s good to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same unwanted rehashed material. Wonderful read! I’ve saved your site and I’m adding your RSS feeds to my Google account.

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