“You’re stepping on my shadow, please back off,” she said.

Sun Yisheng / Nicky Harman

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Please contact me regarding fiction query.

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Hello, I am an Urban fiction writer from NY. I really would like one of my Books to be translated into Chinese? My main character is of mixed Asian and American decent. I have been ask several times from my Asian twitter & FaceBook friends if My book was available over there? PLEASE HELP my embark on my quest to have my Book translated and to establish over seas Publishing connection to get my books distributed. "Wait'n For The Sun To Rise" is the title on Amazon.com Author Geoffrey McClanahan. Thank you. Or Contact: 845-699-4312.

geoffrey McClanahan, August 1, 2011, 2:55a.m.

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I am a Canadian writer who writes Fantasy story in Chinese.

I am currently working on a fantasy story right now, the ideas are influenced based on Chinese mythology and legends from Japan and Korea. The story contains the ideas of divine weapons and summoning monsters.

The story is arranged in classical chinese literature format, if you are interested in publishing this kind of books, would you please give me a reply through email, I will send you more information about the book, thank you!!

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I have been teaching English in China for seven years. I have written three books on English comprehension specifically for Chinese students. I would like to know how I can obtain an ISBN in China should I decide to self-publish or how I should submit them to a Chinese publisher for consideration.

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I'm looking for a translator to translate a memoir from Chinese to English. The total number of words in Chinese is around 50,000. Could you let me know if you provide the service? And if you do, how do we go about it. Thanks!

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