And Why Mystify the Author”s Father?

Here is some fun news. Nate’s book 100 Cupboards is doing quite well by various indicators. One of the more striking indicators is the matter of foreign rights. Thus far, foreign rights have been picked up for thirteen countries, with others in the works. Translated (heh), that means 100 Cupboards is now slated to show up in Dutch, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, Turkish, French, Italian, German, Polish, Danish, Czech, and Slovakian. In English, rights have been bought for Australia and New Zealand.

Now let me live up to the topic heading and make this a real shameless appeal. If you haven’t picked up a copy yet, not only are you mystifying the author’s father, it also looks as though you are also missing out on an international event.

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