Prince Harry’s memoir will be published in 16 languages.
Sales of the memoirs of British Prince Harry are scheduled to begin on January 10. The book was called “Spare”. Its publication is supposed to cause a new series of scandals in the Windsor family.
Meanwhile, Penguin Random House publisher spares millions of dollars to prevent leaks of even the tiniest bit of text on the Web.
The book will be published in 16 languages. His ad claims he is “full of insights, insights, introspection and hard-won wisdom about the undying power of love” from a member of the British royal family.
A veil of secrecy, comparable to preparations for the release of the Harry Potter books, only fuels interest in the prince’s written revelations.
The electronic version will be available at midnight on January 10 and the print versions will begin delivery to stores in a few hours, and they will be transported in especially strong and tamper-evident containers, equipped with alarms and satellite tracking systems.