Sell your story to a magazine – and a newspaper…


Two Featureworld interviewees, whose stories were both sold to national newspapers, this week also appeared in magazines!

BELLA MAGAZINE

Sell your story to Bella Magazine

Laura hopes she will never have to tell her son she is dying...

Laura Hymas’s emotional real life story about how she is living with a brain tumour was previously printed in the Daily Mirror newspaper. Until last Christmas, Laura felt she was the luckiest woman alive. With a wonderful partner, Ben and an adorable son, Jacob, she couldn’t have asked for more. But then, after suffering from strange symptoms such as being clumsy and tired, she received some devastating news – she has a brain tumour.
Doctors in the UK say they can’t do anymore for Laura so Ben launched the Hope For Laura Fund to raise enough money to have potentially life saving treatment in the US.
Laura is currently in the US receiving treatment and we are all hoping it is successful. For the latest updates follow Laura on Twitter.
Meanwhile, I have arranged for Laura’s story to appear in another bestselling women’s mag. Watch this space!

WOMAN’S OWN MAGAZINE
And yet another Featureworld interviewee stars in another magazine this week!

Sell Your story to Woman's Own

Amanda's story looks amazing in Woman's Own

Amanda Gudz’s story about how thanks to the generosity of her two sisters, she became a mum of two, has also previously appeared in the Daily Mirror newspaper and Amanda was absolutely delighted with her story in the magazine this week.
Interestingly Amanda’s story also appeared in a newspaper and a magazine when her sister Sam offered to be a surrogate and had baby Esme for her. Then Amanda had spent £30,000 and on IVF that hadn’t worked.
But when against all the odds Amanda recently gave birth herself to baby Thea she wanted to tell her story again. And as this was a new update, I was able to place it. And Esme really is a little miracle. When the clinic wrote to Amanda asking what to do with embryos left over from before, she and husband Darren decided to have one last go at IVF. That was paid for by sister Ellen – and incredibly it worked.
Amanda now has lots of beautiful newspaper and magazine cuttings to show both her daughters when they are older.

Amanda says: “We are all thrilled with the story in Woman’s Own. Thank you very much!”

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