Posted by Justine Solomons on 8 February 2021, in Byte Connects, News
We're heard about some wonderful collaborations via the Byte The Book. Here's author and journalist James Ashton, talking about her work with Chris Cudmore and the team at Kogan Page. If you're found some great collaborators through Byte The Book and are keen to share your stories in this series please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How did you find out about Kogan Page?
I knew of Kogan Page by reputation and through their books I'd bought or been sent to review as a financial journalist. It was an introduction by Justine Solomons that really kicked off our relationship.
What did you work on together?
They published my book, The Nine Types of Leader, in January this year. I'd had the idea of drawing some leadership themes out from my body of newspaper interviews for a while; their interest accelerated the writing.
What was Kogan Page like to work with?
Very slick. Their publishing director, Chris Cudmore, gave short but punchy critiques as I went. And when the pandemic hit, they were quick to re-order their publishing schedule and made sure I knew what dates I had to hit.
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