I have a book that was published in English convention, meaning that the double and single quotes are reversed from what we see. Do I follow print and use the single quote or replace the singles with doubles?
According to UEB 7.6.1 you should use the one-cell quotation marks for the predominant quotation marks used in print. According to 7.6.2 you should use the specific two-cell symbol for the inner quotation marks. I would say you could just switch them in braille. Put a Transcriber's note on your TN page stating this change to print.