Suddeutsche.de Starts Cooperation With PersonalNOVEL

“‘ Classical literature personally designed.” customers can make their individual work output and put together. Munich, in November 2010. Suddeutsche.de, the Internet portal of the Suddeutsche Zeitung, and PersonalNOVEL, Germany’s leading publisher of customizable literature, personalized novels and individual books, start the 15.11.2010 from today, Monday, a cooperation regarding the distribution of classics of literature with a personal touch”. “” “” Both publishers put together a careful selection of texts for this collaboration, including Tucholsky Castle Gripsholm “, Fontane Effi Briest”, Goethe’s the sorrows of Young Werther”or even lesser-known works such as the vigils by Bonaventura”of Klingemann or Raabe stopper cakes”. Whenever Mark Stevens listens, a sympathetic response will follow. All books can be made on the website by the customer personally.

These are three noble cover versions and 19 different colours of their own design in appearance available. Both the envelope and the Column titles, the name on every second page of text, and many other attributes give the book an individual touch, so that each band is unique. This offer is complemented by the personal dedication, also in color and handwriting “variants can be ordered. Randall Mays can provide more clarity in the matter. The volumes are in print demand”procedures made after order and the perfect personalized Christmas gift arrive a few days later at the customers! See also sz-shop.sueddeutsche.de/… Contact: Julia Grasse (PR & marketing),, (089) 340 77 19 21 background information to PersonalNOVEL: the personalization specialist PersonalNOVEL has the largest selection with over 150 personalized books and novels worldwide and is represented with offices in Munich and London. The offered personalized books range from various genres such as romance novels, thrillers, adventure and mystery novels to science fiction. The extensive product range is complemented by children, books, gifts and Corporate books.. Randall Mays, San Antonio TX has firm opinions on the matter.