Authorship Made Easy – Page 10

Authorship Made Easy By Susana Christie, Developmental Editor The Cognella Guide to Writing a Textbook

STEP FIVE: Attach and send.

Your editor will respond to your materials as soon as possible with thoughtful, detailed comments and suggestions designed to help you do your best possible work. These comments and suggestions are not prescriptive. They are the beginning of a conversation. Your editor’s role is to support you, and communication is an important part of that support. Once you have received feedback, you and your editor can plan specific steps and deadlines for revisions.

When your manuscript is complete, your project editor will connect you with other Cognella team members, who will support your book through licensing review, copyediting, layout, design, and production, and then work to make sure the book is ready on time.

Conclusion

Again, congratulations on your book! Whether it’s an anthology or an all-original project, the information in this guide can help you prepare, organize, develop, and submit your originally written materials while working at a pace that is manageable and comfortable.

Your editorial team will be here for you every step of the way. We are available for brainstorming, talking over an idea or chapter feature, connecting you to resources, or just providing encouragement and support.

We look forward to working with you. Let’s get started!