Services pages @ heart of website

Service pages are at the heart of websites. The Writing Business wrote copy for the new website of international design group, WATG

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Proud to announce the release of Henry’s Battle

When Gloria E. Swan found her father’s World War Two letters, she knew there was a story to tell. The result is Henry’s Battle and it is now launched in print and ebook versions. We have worked with Gloria for more than two years, working through structural and line redrafts and edits and proofreading. Gloria had […]

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Protected: Pitching, quoting and unpacking new books

Excitement as latest book arrives but a bit messy

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A story of shoes and their maker and answering age-old questions

Thierry Rabotin shoes. What would you choose?

When shoemaker Thierry Rabotin sent new soles for my shoes, they added something to the parcel – a stylish book containing glossy life-sized shoe images. There was also a section about how their shoes were made. This was sent for me to show the repairer. It was clear this shoemaker valued me beyond making a […]

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We were logo-less and now …

This is handy for spotting us on social media

Choosing a logo isn’t easy. Here we share the thinking that went into our new logo…  THE WRITING BUSINESS tried life without a logo. At first it didn’t seem important. Our existing clients already counted on us: to deliver engaging copy and narratives; for business writing management; and to pay a level of attention to […]

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Protected: When you want the new book AND the new coat

Book or coat? Coat or book? Can you have both?

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Protected: Delight in Turkey’s jewel (and baths) with 60 writers

Delightful new book launched

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