Spanish-speaking authors can now realize their publishing goals with BookSurge
Press release from the issuing company
September 15, 2005 - Charleston, SC - BookSurge LLC, an Amazon.com company and the global leader in inventory-free book fulfillment, now offers publishing services for Spanish speaking authors.
With over 22 million residents in the United States who speak Spanish as their primary language (the second largest language group in the United States following English), BookSurge recognizes their significant presence in the community of writers and readers and now offers publishing and translation services to support this ever-growing population.
For authors with manuscripts written in Spanish, BookSurge provides full formatting, editing, distribution, printing and promotional services to help them achieve their publishing goals. As with all authors who choose to self-publish with BookSurge, they maintain full control over all aspects of their book, receive the highest royalty rates in the industry and retain all rights to their work.
To further provide the Spanish language content that readers, libraries and bookstores demand, BookSurge offers Spanish language translation services to all authors. This means that authors can choose to have their manuscripts translated from English into Spanish (or vice versa) and be placed for sale through all of our retail and wholesale channels.
"We are thrilled not only to help serve the Spanish speaking audience with publishing services, but also to grow and enhance our collection of Spanish language titles to provide a wider selection," said Andrew Roskill, director of BookSurge LLC.
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