A few months back, when I was putting together the blog about book trailers and the companion interview with PR Exec Sean Biederman, a Spanish author reached out to me to contribute her book trailer to the post.
Her name is Isabel Hierro. Her YA novel ‘The Star’ is now published in twenty Spanish-speaking countries and in 2012 will be published in Brazil (Portuguese). She is not self or indie published, and her novel is neither written in English nor available in the US…yet.
But her book trailer? Astoundingly good. No translation needed.
This afternoon, I received an email from Isabel that included the first chapter of La Estrella / The Star in English. She is hoping to bring the novel to the US soon, and would appreciate hearing from YA fans about the translated chapter.
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