With ebooks accounting for approximately 13-18% of all books sold, the digital writing market is expanding and with it, the global audience. Traditional paper translations are being superceded by the mass demand for electronic translations of popular ebooks. From classic novels to self-published thrillers, these can now be downloaded in multiple languages quickly and cheaply. The great price does not mean that the quality of translation should be lower however. Everyone deserve to experience the joys of nuance, metaphor and beautiful descriptions no matter what language they speak. In fact publications of all kinds, not just fiction, must be made easily available to the ever more informed, ever-shrinking world, whatever the subject matter, wherever they are published.
With services for both publishing houses and authors, as well as translations of technical and academic titles, TJC Global can provide professional, accurate translations in many areas.
TJC Global has a large and diverse network of translators with experience in literature services, as well as a long established reputation and over twenty years of experience in translation and interpreting services, allowing us to selectively source highly skilled translators who also have a background or qualification in publishing services. This ensures that no meaning is lost and all the world can immerse themselves in the magic of language.
|Books & Novels||Fiction & Non-Fiction||Scientific / Science Fiction|
|Cartoons, Manga, GPS drawing||Journals / Academic Titles||Historical|
|Classics||Political, Humanitarian||Romance / Romantic|
|Childrens' Books||Autobiography / Biography||Reference documents|
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