Questions To An Editor - Valuable Answers from Jennie Rosenblum


Manage episode 302735332 series 2977949
By Gurhan Demirkan. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

We had a nice chat with Jennie Rosenblum, who has edited quite a few books for the past six years.

She gave some valuable insight as well as some recommendations to seasoned and the new coming authors.

You can watch the videocast at

Here's the timeline of our chat:

00:28:13 Introduction 01:05:20 How did you become an editor 03:04:07 Do you read a lot of books as a librarian? 04:18:09 Do you do children’s book editing? 05:24:04 Do you correct the emails that you get from people, as an editor? 06:19:16 When you are writing an email, do you watch out for grammar, errors, etc? 06:52:09 Can you tell the personality of the person who is sending you emails? 09:34:11 Do you make any judgements on the author if he has many errors in his messages? 10:48:24 Do you specialize in any type of books? 12:31:22 What is your editorial style? 14:39:17 What type of editorial services do you provide? 17:21:04 Do you give feedback on the marketability of the book? 20:17:06 What is a good time for n author to start working with you? 22:42:00 How do you do your beta reading? 24:26:08 Do you have any recommendations to the authors, as an editor? 25:33:29 How long are these different types of courses for authors?

11 episodes