Shadows gets a new look for Turkish edition

Shadows is about to make its debut in Turkey in a Turkish translation published by Yabanci Yayinlari (I’m in good company – among its excellent list of authors is fellow Aussie Jessica Shirvington).

Here’s the cover (which makes me grin every time I look at it):

Turkish edition

Shadows (aka Golgeler) is out in Turkey 16 January 2015. (And yes, I get a buzz seeing it in a language other than English!)


  1. Terry says:

    Congrats! Mine also got sold to Turkey, but don’t think I get a new cover. This cover is breathtaking! I absolutely adore this series and these characters!

    1. paulaweston says:

      Congrats to you too! I didn’t know I was getting a new cover until just last week, so that was an unexpected surprise. 🙂 So glad you’re enjoying the series. Thanks for the lovely comments online.

  2. lorellepage says:

    Beautiful cover 🙂 Good luck with your international endeavours 🙂

    1. paulaweston says:

      Thanks Lorelle. 🙂 Unchartered territory – which is no different to any other part of my journey to date!

      1. lorellepage says:

        But thankfully for writers like me, you are paving the way for true Australian urban fantasy 🙂 So thank you for that !

        1. paulaweston says:

          All the best with your writing too. 🙂

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