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Sacre bleu!

HULSEYHULSEY UK Publisher

Today I published a book of short stories and have promoted them on various sites. However, now when I upload the book, the description is in French. I have checked my settings and have them for UK. Any ideas anyone?

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  • That is strange because I don't think Descriptions get translated. Nope, I just looked and they don't.

  • You will need to contact support; a similar thing happened to me once.

  • HULSEYHULSEY UK Publisher

    Kevin, I have pasted the description here. Earlier it posted it in English, but now...

     

    Tales of Enticement (Volume I) by Anthony Hulse (eBook) - Lulu

    Acheter Tales of Enticement (Volume I) de Anthony Hulse (eBooks) en ligne sur Lulu FR. Rendez-vous sur la Place du marché Lulu pour consulter les fiches techniques, les évaluations et les critiques des produits.

     

  • potetjppotetjp Bibliophile

    HULSEY a écrit :

    Today I published a book of short stories and have promoted them on various sites. However, now when I upload the book, the description is in French. I have checked my settings and have them for UK. Any ideas anyone?


    Perhaps because sacré bleu is a polite, quaint French swear word, the sort that would be used by the Three Musketeers. Smiley Happy  In historical pieces, I prefer palsambleu, a corruption of par le sang bleu  (de Jésus) "by the blue [noble] blood (of Jesus)".

  • HULSEYHULSEY UK Publisher

    No, I cdid not use sacre bleu when posting the ads. This was just humour for this forum post.

  • potetjppotetjp Bibliophile

    HULSEY a écrit :

    No, I did not use sacre bleu when posting the ads. This was just humour for this forum post.


    Oh!  How silly I am!  So either you logged in the French version of Lulu by mistake, or there is a glitch in the Lulu pogram. 

  • potetjppotetjp Bibliophile

    Perhaps you clicked on the language/country flag of the Lulu portal and switched to French without realizing it.

  • Descriptions always stay in the language they were written in.

  • potetjppotetjp Bibliophile

    kevinlomas a écrit :

    Descriptions always stay in the language they were written in.


    Absolutely, so I don't understand why our friend's description in English could ever turn up in French. Perhaps he means the portal is in French, and people didn't go beyond the first lines.

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