Articles & blogs; copy for websites; professional & corporate; policy and procedural; theatre, drama and play scripts; educational resources. Individual services can be booked in groups, but if you require continued support you might find that booking time slots to be more cost effective. In general the more you book in one go, the cheaper individual items get.
Price depends on the word length, research demands, and additional SEO optimising work required to write the piece.
Approx £25 for 300-500 words per web page, depending on SEO needs. Print media copy £POA for each project.
Emails, letters and other formal communications. Policy and procedural documents. Price depends on length and research level required.
In general, £30/h, £90/ half day, and £125/ day. These charges are generally applied to larger contracts or bookings with companies.
Objective reviewing and developmental support of original projects; proofreading of websites and other professional documents; checking communications materials for PR and HR purposes; pre-submission feedback on academic essays or dissertation, etc.
Simple proofreading per page to iron out embarrassing spelling and grammar errors.
General proofreading of short stories, plays & scripts to iron out basic grammar and spelling errors.
More advanced editing and proofreading of your website, including adding key words and phrases to boost search power.
This includes all professional or academic documents which require a higher level writing and reading.
Budgets and finances for Charities and Non-profit organisations are understandably tight. Wherever possible, I will consider providing work pro bono or donate my time "in kind." Otherwise, I will of course consider your budget requirements carefully, so please do not let prices/fees alone prevent you from getting in touch.
If you have a request for a bespoke project or partnership over a long term, please contact me by email to discuss you or your company's individual needs. I will be very happy to negotiate flexible terms on an individual basis. If what you are looking for is outside my skills I will help you to find another professional who might have greater training in the specific area (e.g full copy editing of entire novels).
Being unemployed is hard work. Firstly, there are the constant worries about how to pay the rent or mortgage, or buy food and essentials for the family. Many job seekers have the Job Centre and DWP constantly breathing down their necks, threatening people with Sanctions, and leave people - including children - without food, heating, clean clothes, and a sense of security. Basic human needs. The damage to self-esteem, and the vicious circle for mental health make "being at your best" to apply for jobs very difficult. Contact us
Your CV is your shop window. It is your best interview suit. It is your handshake. Your CV could be the first time your potential new employer will "meet" you, and we all know that first impressions count for everything. One spelling mistake, poor grammatical error, or careless typo, and it goes in the bin. Worse still, you will very rarely get any feedback beyond a "thanks, but no thanks" email. Contact us
Yes. I do mean "free." There are many services out there that will review your CV for free, and then charge you to improve it. If you provide me with enough information about you, your skills and experience, I can help you sell yourself with a great CV. This offer is only open to the unemployed (or those trapped in a zero-hour contract). I will also advise you on writing, or proofread covering letters for job applications. Contact us.
I offer this service in good faith, but to stop others who don't need it from abusing my trust, all I ask is for a scan or photo to show JSA/UC benefits, work-search evidence, or other proof your are a genuine job seeker. Young people trying to find their first job, who may not have such evidence, are also very welcome to get in touch.