We spoke to self-published author Rohan Quine, about his transition from acting to writing, his opinion (or lack thereof) on different routes to publication and enlisting professional services as part of his publishing strategy.
We spoke to freelance copy editor and proofreader Les Glazier about his unusual career change and the how he came to enjoy life as a freelance editor. Les jumped off a cliff by swapping the construction industry for the world of editing to deploy his linguistic skills. His tea breaks are spent studying the racing statistics while munching Tunnock’s tea cakes.
For our April focus on interesting and unusual routes into publishing, we spoke to copy editor and proofreader Graham Duncan, former RAF telegraphist and sergeant.
Carl Vernon, author of Anxiety Rebalance, is the most recent success story in UK self-publishing. After weeks on the overall Amazon bestseller list, the author and speaker answered some of our questions about the reasons for his success, his level of control over the publishing process and how he used self-publishing as route to a traditional publishing deal.
We interviewed Heather Boisseau, Publishing Manager at RedDoor and on of 2016’s Unsung Heroes of Publishing, about her role, her prediction for the future of project management in publishing and her most rewarding project to date.
Felix Wolf shares his perspective on Germany’s evolving publishing scene with his piece Independent professionals in Germany: Publishing houses may soon find themselves in competition against self-publishers for the best freelance editors.
We spoke to Fleur Clarke, Senior Digital Marketing Executive at Hodder and Stoughton about her blog, things to keep in mind when embarking on a campaign, and her advice to newcomers in publishing.
We spoke to Hattie Adam-Smith, Senior Marketing Manager at Michael Joseph and one of 2016’s Unsung Heroes of Publishing, about how she got her start in publishing, a typical day at her office and her favourite reads.