SELL YOUR STORY UK is your gateway to seeing your story in print…find out how to sell your news story to a newspaper, your real life story to magazine or be interviewed on national TV … get tips on writing, freelancing and all things media. Run by media agent Alison Smith-Squire, Sell Your Story UK isn’t just the official blog of website Featureworld it is also an informative hub where you can find out everything about selling a story. Click on the following links to find out more:
* Latest News – most recently published stories and blogs.
* IN THE NEWS A selection of the best and most interesting press releases of the day sent to us at Sell Your Story UK…
* TV Casting requests.
* Magazine requests
* Editors/producers Find a case study
* Everything about writing – marketing, running a media business, journalism, becoming an author, getting a book deal, Twitter, blogging and more.
* Sell Your Story form
SEX CHANGE PENSIONER DONNA APPEARS ON ITV THIS MORNING
I’LL NEVER FORGET MY ADOPTED SON … STORY IN CLOSER
GRADUATES FORCED TO PAY £100 A DAY TO GAIN WORK EXPERIENCE
COULD A WEALTH GURU COURSE MAKE YOU RICH?
ARE YOU SURE YOUR PARTNER WON’T KNOW IF YOU’VE BEEN ON A CHEATING WEBSITE?
HOW MUCH DO YOU REALLY KNOW ABOUT THE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL?
on binge drinking…
For more information on selling your story to the press – a magazine, newspaper or TV – contact Alison here: Featureworld
Want to write for Sell Your Story UK? Do you want to promote your new book or website? Sell Your Story UK welcomes aspiring writers as well as established ones so whether you are already working in public relations, television, are a literary agent, author or want to be one, this is the website for you. Find out more here: Write for Sell Your Story UK
Sell your Story UK regularly sells stories to The Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday, The Sun, The Daily Mirror, The Sunday Mirror, The Daily Star, The Daily Express, The Sunday People, Closer, Best, Bella, Take a Break, Now, New, That’s Life, Pick Me Up, Chat, Cosmopolitan and many more. Real life stories also placed with many TV production companies, BBC documentaries and interviewees regularly appear on ITV’s This Morning, Daybreak, Channel 5 News. Stories are also syndicated (with an interviewee’s consent) worldwide.