Dear Fans Who Live In TAIWAN:

I am pleased to report that we have just agreed to a deal for Chinese Taiwanese rights, and you will get your version translated and available for sale sometime in the next 18-24 months. Huzzah!

(Dear Fans Who Live In Other Places: Are you going to let the Taiwanese publish before your country does? Call your congressman and/or local editor! Demand that they purchase rights to I Am Not a Serial Killer today!)

9 Responses to “Dear Fans Who Live In TAIWAN:”

  1. Hannah says:

    Great news Dan, congrats. Also intrigued to hear about the new project…

  2. L.T. Elliot says:

    Will calling/writing my congressman help get it published in the U.S. any faster? :)

  3. Arlene says:

    I wish. I also wish there was a way for places like B&N to just buck tradition and buy copies from the U.K. to sell here. You know, really stick it to the publishers here for taking their sweet time.

  4. Arlene says:

    Hey Dan, I keep meaning to ask you if you’re doing any tours or book signings. I know it’s still a little way off, but I want a heads up. And, for the love, can’t an author come to Reno once in a while? I’m just sayin’. I don’t get to see you author people at all!

  5. Fiona says:

    I hear that China is where the real money is.
    ALSO – completely off topic
    since Bret and I have both finished your book we keep talking about it when ever we are together, primarily at the dinner table. We have both lost weight as a result.
    Food for thought. (ha-ha)
    Great read though.

  6. Steve D says:

    You guys DO know that when you buy a copy of I Am Not a Serial Killer from the UK, you are obligated to buy the US release as well. Seriously. Demons will hunt you down otherwise.

  7. Arlene says:

    I’m immune…and saving my little sheckles for Serial Killer 2…to be purchased from which ever continent that will oblige me.

  8. admin says:

    Whoops! Turns out I totally misunderstood the deal: it is being translated into Chinese to be sold in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macao. This is actually way more awesome than before, because the deal I got is pretty high for Taiwan, plus Chinese rights are still on the table. So huzzah!

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