I know some authors have adapted their books to the American market, meaning they changed the spelling from colour to color, from favourite to favorite and so on. Same with the dialogue attributes, as they differ, too.
In the UK, we are used to read American spelling and just accept it as it is, I wonder if this is the same vice versa.
I heard from a few BE authors that they have been criticise(z)d by readers for their spelling by American authors.
What is your opinion on that? I'm asking because my short stories don't sell as well over here than in the UK (BE) and I've a novel, set in London coming out end of this month, which I think would be suitable for the American market, but people might be put off by the BE, spelling.
Guess I'm not the only one wondering. :-)
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