Feature Stories

We work with a range of clients in the national magazine market to supply quality features stories.

These stories appear in the likes of Closer, Take a Break, Bella, Chat, Best, Full House, Love It, More, Now, Pick Me Up, Reveal, Real People, That’s Life and Woman’s Own.

Some may also appear in special sections of newspapers, such as Lifestyle pages or pull outs.

Occasionally we are also asked to help with research for major television shows dealing with real life stories.

Because they are often about difficult subject matters, we employ specially trained journalists who are skilled in dealing with emotional subjects.

FEATURES: Maria Stapleton

Edinburgh based Maria Stapleton, who previously worked for some of the biggest magazine publishers in Dubai, has a strong track record and leads the feature writing division on our behalf.

Trust is the cornerstone of this work, which is why we provide a contract for those looking to sell on their stories, to ensure peace of mind in an often all too confusing marketplace.

We have the contacts and relationships with the big magazine editors, which allows us to deal with the negotiations on your behalf.

Our reward is a percentage of any commission and we agree any fees up front.

But stories need not always be serious – they can be quirky, fun, unusual, cute. We can advise on what will or won’t work.

If you have a story email us on [email protected] or contact Maria Stapleton via [email protected] or call 0131 561 2233

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