"Vaquero Ardiente" will be available on August 31
Austin, Texas (PRWEB) August 30, 2012
Following the example made by authors like E.L. James, Erotic romance author Sable Hunter has begun to have her work translated to other languages. The “50 Shades” trilogy has been translated into over 30 languages. With the growing popularity of eReaders and tablets like the Amazon Kindle and iPad, authors who publish their own work are given an opportunity to compete with publishers like Penguin and Harlequin. Hunter’s series, “Hell Yeah!,” her most popular and best-selling series, has been contracted to be translated to Spanish. The first novel, “Cowboy Heat,” is now “Vaquero Ardiente.” The cowboy romance novel that has climbed the charts of Romance, Erotica and Fiction will hit Amazon in Spanish on August 31.
Miss Hunter’s decision to branch out into another language markets was birthed in the success she experienced due to marketing strategies like Kindle Direct Promotions and Social Media usage. Sable Hunter is one of few self-published authors that have created business for themselves that competes with major publishing houses. Authors like Sable Hunter give hope to new, inexperienced authors without a name that attracts major attention.
The “Hell Yeah!” series focuses on a family living in the Texas hill country near Austin. The McCoy brothers of Tebow ranch are famous for their wealth, ambition, business acumen, and extreme attractiveness. The women of Sable’s universe fall madly in love with the McCoys, which highlights another unique characteristic of Miss Hunter’s writing. Unlike works like “50 Shades,” the novels of Hunter’s series revolve completely around the emotional love formed between the characters. Sable says, “The most important part of the books, and certainly the part I enjoy writing the most, is the feeling.” She goes on to say, “Each of my heroes and heroines feel exactly what I felt, cry exactly how I cried and love exactly how I loved. That is why people find themselves connecting to them.”
The rest of the “Hell Yeah!” series will be translated into Spanish within the next three months. Sable intends to translate the rest of her catalogue into Spanish afterward. Plans to reach into French and Japanese are in the works as well.
The third book in Miss Hunter’s “Hill Country Heart” series, “Bobby Does Dallas” is officially for sale through Secret Cravings Publishing, and the second book in her “Cajun Spice” series (a spin-off of ‘Hell Yeah’) will be released in September. “Vaquero Ardiente” has been confirmed for August 31.
Sable Hunter writes from Texas about the charm of the south and its food, lore, etiquette and passion find its way into all of her novels. She has work published through Secret Cravings and her self-published works can be found on Amazon or her website.