Category Archives: Clients

“Best mailing ever!”

In the close of 2012 I worked on a warm appeal for Scripture Union, asking their existing supporters for donations to fund their summer beach missions. The appeal ‘hit mats’ in early January and the response was terrific. For almost … Continue reading

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Looking for a freelancer?

I’ve just joined Guru.com – a new kind of website which allows freelancers place bids on live jobs in an international forum.  The only problem with this method of finding work is that the freelancer has to pay to bid on … Continue reading

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Lemonade and other challenges

I love being a freelance copywriter.  One reason is that the hardest jobs are often the most fun, especially if they don’t end as you’d imagined in the beginning.  That’s the joy of the creative process. The tough tasks throw … Continue reading

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Busy days

The next few days are packed with good stuff! Tomorrow I am interviewing a wonderful lady about her time in Austria when she ran a staging post for covert missionaries into Eastern-block states during the Cold War.  Afterwards, I am … Continue reading

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Christmas with the Copywriters

It is traditional at this time of year for supermarkets to stock their Seasonal Aisle with advent calendars, stollen and stocking-shaped packaging full of branded chocolate bars.  These corporate hogs must have an economic reason for doing so because they … Continue reading

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Supporting an Author

Olanike Adebayo is the author of ‘The Real Deal’ which tells her tale of coming to study in the UK from Nigeria and the massive culture-shock she experienced.  She chose Bradford of all places, and her preconceptions about the UK … Continue reading

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Representing HART

I recently returned from the New Wine conference (nothing to do with wine unfortunately) where I represented my client: the Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust (HART).  HART is headed by the inspiration Baroness Cox, who had taken her team to Armenia … Continue reading

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