Being a boarding school-reared Scouse American, it’s hard to pinpoint the exact time in my life when I decided to become a writer. Sometime between relearning the same language (because ‘color’ should be spelled ‘colour’), I decided to put pen to paper and keep a diary. Once that diary was full and I’d read pretty much every book at my local library, I realised that I wanted someone, somewhere to pick a book up off a shelf or scroll through a website and click on an article with my name on it. I didn’t just want to write for myself, I wanted to write for other people too. But maybe I’ll keep those diary entries to myself…
I provide editing services at Split An Atom, offering authors the best experince possible when going through the editing phase of writing. I am happy to work with indie, self-publishing authors and writers attached to publishing companies, both big and small. I edited the novel Arlington, for which the case study can be found on the Split An Atom website.
I’ve had plenty of experience writing Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) oriented content for websites that also happens to be informative and entertaining; this isn’t your run-of-the-mill content. Clients return on a regular basis; I’ve had my writing continually published in the likes of Previous Magazine and Integrated Movement Arts.
I also offer Public Relations (PR) and outreach as a service, and I also have a fairly large distribution network of various digital and print publications across a variety of different industries and niche topics, so if you don’t want to publish the content I write on your own website, then we can distribute it elsewhere for a dofollow backlink to your website.