Interview with an editor: Ranee Boyd Tomlin

Interview with an editor: Ranee Boyd Tomlin

November 24, 2021 By Ranee Boyd Tomlin Interview with an Editor

Editor: Ranee Boyd Tomlin
Company: Words for Stories
Number of years in editing: Six years, part time. I also write and research. And I've had gigs as a teaching assistant for online content-writing courses, helping students learn how to self-edit—which have been some of my favorite work in the editing business.

Tell us a little about yourself, including how you got started as an editor?

What is your area of focus and why did you select this niche?

Walk us through a typical workday. How do you manage your time?

What is your favorite thing about being an editor?

What is your biggest challenge and how do you work through this?

What are you currently working on?

What advice do you have for someone who is just starting their career as an editor?

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