I'm a versatile copywriter with a proven ability to create content that informs, persuades, inspires and starts conversations.
I'm also a qualified project manager and marketing professional with experience in planning and implementing imaginative, multi-channel B2C campaigns in the health, wellbeing, e-commerce and not for profit sector.
Illustrator Paul Plumadore spent two decades coaxing the story of Unthinkable out of ten mysterious images that caught his imagination. When the story was fully formed, he turned to Blurb's Large Order Services team for help bringing his vision to life, while staying true to his original source of inspiration.
Whether you're setting out to make a personal memento or working on a professional creative project, there are a million different things you can do with your Photo Book. Here we consider some of the inspirational and original ways people have used their best images to create beautiful Photo Books to be treasured, shared, sold, and displayed.
Ebooks are a quick and easy way for anyone with ambitions of becoming a self-published author to get their work out into the world. Here we'll show you how to self-publish an ebook successfully, step by step. Ebooks are forecast to make up nearly 26% of total book sales worldwide in 2018*.
Despite the increasing prevalence of digital content, the print magazine continues to be a popular format for professionals across the creative industry. The secret to its enduring success? Its capacity to be whatever you need or want it to be. ...
The commercial success of fantasy series such as J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter books and George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones saga mean that the fantasy genre is more popular than ever-both among readers and authors. The shelves of any good bookstore (physical or online) are stacked with tales of quests and adventures in new worlds, magical powers, and fantastical beings.
For the past nine months, Anna Daviscourt has been living the ultimate creative life. As an Adobe Creative Resident, she's been free to work on her own projects, in her own way, setting her own agenda. As a result, she's already ticked off one of her most important goals: to become a published children's author.
My first guest post of 2019 comes from copywriter, Holly Head, and gives some really helpful ideas for communicating with remote workers. As someone who works from home full-time, this topic has some personal relevance for me. But I'm certainly not alone. Despite the recent focus on it, remote working, is not a new phenomenon.
Writer and illustrator, Bryan Kitch, put his professional skills to work on a personal project inspired by his daughter's love of animals. Taking in a complete tour of the alphabet via the animal kingdom, his beautifully illustrated children's book, A is for Anteater , made the perfect birthday gift, and its whimsical captions have made it a firm family favorite.
If you're ever looking for somewhere to stay in San Francisco we know the perfect place! After dipping her toe in the hospitality industry by renting her spare bedroom out through Airbnb, Veronica Tercan discovered a whole new world, full of potential. She now manages several Airbnb rentals, providing a hotel-quality experience for her guests.
With so many opportunities for independent creative professionals to put their work out in the world, how do you avoid blending into the background? How do you stand out as a thought leader in a market where everyone is striving to create something new and different?
Just like any craft or task, having the right tools for the job can make writing your own story much easier. There are myriad online resources and websites out there to help with every aspect of story writing, from plot development to editing.
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A booklet written specifically for patients with Genetic Haemochromatosis, designed to help them make healthy choices when it comes to food and drink.