Klaris goes international
A really lovely thing that sometimes happens to authors is that foreign publishers ask to be allowed to translate the book and publish it in their country.
So I was really excited when the German publisher Carlsen (the same one that published Harry Potter in Germany) bought the rights to Who Framed Klaris Cliff?
It feel like that was ages ago, and it's not a particularly quick process because the whole book has to be translated, and a new cover designed, but today it finally hit the shelves.
The title translates as My Plan to Save the Imaginary Friend From Next Door, which is a lot more literal than the British title, but works really well.
And I love, love, love the cover. Especially the pencil with my name on.
I really want one of those.