Eugenia Rosca has been part of Omniscriptum team since mid-January, 2018. Now spending most of her time reading manuscripts, reviewing and working closely with authors in our new project Editorial Books. In between emails and manuscripts, she found time to tell more about herself and work she is doing for us here at Omniscriptum.
Get to know a bit more about Eugenia here.
1. What do you do at Omniscriptum?
I have been recently promoted to Project Manager of Editorial Books. My work consists of researching actual and important topics that will be later transformed into book projects. Once I find these topics and see there is not enough information about them yet or the subject of the book could oppose the conventional ways of thinking, I reach out to authors who would like to be part of this project. If we decide to write a book, we discuss the articles authors will work on and the deadlines. The book is published after all the necessary data is gathered, including finished book cover. We hope to publish a lot of quality books about various actual topics. This is very exciting.
2. What does your typical day look like?
My day consists mainly of answering emails, contacting authors, reading the news and editing. In the morning I firstly take care of the work I haven’t finished yesterday, then I try to respond to each and every author so they do not have to wait long for further instructions. In the course of the day I try to do my best so I am satisfied with my work in the evening.
My new project takes most of my time, I am eager to find the most suitable titles and authors for every book. I am thankful to all the authors who are willing to be part of this journey.
3. What authors should know about Omniscriptum?
I have contacted many authors while working for Omniscriptum. We find an imprint for every author and every book. This is the advantage of publishing with us, you can find an imprint for all types of books in every language and publish your work for free. Isn’t that great?
4. What do you like best about what you do?
I like the feeling of having an end result. It’s fulfilling to see the book published and when you finally can write to the authors that their book is on the way to them.
5. Tell us a random fact about you.
A random fact about me: I watch a lot of Investigation Discovery.