Reviews comprise a very essential editorial task in publishing. We carry out multiple rounds of pre- and post-publication reviews. This is an endeavor to add value to the book during its entire lifecycle.
Once we receive the table of contents and sample chapters, our editors undertake in-house review, where the author’s proposition and content match is evaluated. Thereafter, we share the table of contents and the sample material with our panel of experts. These reviews form the basis of our initial publishing decision. The outcome will be: either we publish the book as it is, or we suggest some changes.
Once both the author and we come to a common understanding, based on the reviews, we will offer you our agreement and will invite the full manuscript. Our editors will go through the entire manuscript, and should there be a need, we might share the full manuscript for review with our panel of experts. Our findings will be shared with you and you will be expected to take the best out of the whole review process to make the book more valuable.
As a part of our constant product enhancement initiative, we carry post-publication reviews and share the feedback with authors for them to revise the book. It also serves an important promotional purpose.
During the entire review process it is imperative to keep a keen watch on the schedules. If the process is likely to get over and give us time to publish and market the book in the immediate publishing window, we will do all to make it happen. If however, the process makes the publication difficult for the immediate publishing window, we will reschedule it for the next window in the interest of publishing a high-quality book.