Heather Joy at Joy Stars has 22 years experience of strategic marketing, branding, events and more.
I love France and I love writing about it. It’s a part of my work that is pure pleasure and indulgence and working with The Good Life France is great fun. As you can imagine, the research for this article was sublime: http://www.thegoodlifefrance.com/soulages-museum-rodez-and-its-fabulous-restaurant/
An important lesson I learnt early on was to make sure, if you’ve found an idiom that you love, not to let it lead the idea – it can be tempting but resist unless there is a very good reason to do so. That said, I’m generally a fan of the idiom and this little article from Daily Writing Tips http://www.dailywritingtips.com/five-misspelled-idioms/ has some good tips. I know I’ve fallen foul of at least one of those and will be making sure that in future, that I always consult my dictionary of idioms first!
I am lucky enough to write regularly for The Good Life France, an online magazine which is really going places. You’ll find some of my features on my roundup but here’s just one example of a recent feature for them http://www.thegoodlifefrance.com/conques-france-the-jewel-of-aveyron/
Yes that’s right, I’m back from another press trip and have had my head down writing travel features. I’d like to tell you how much hard work they are and how awful it is staying in hotels and working long hours …but of course that’s not true. It was a fabulous trip to the Aveyron with lots and lots of inspiration. And here’s some of the proof with many thanks to The Good Life France. Sorry – am I making you jealous?
With writing performing such a vital role within all your marketing activities, you simply can’t afford to have writer’s block. So here are some tips for getting those creative juices flowing http://www.sussexpages.com/index.php/blog/article-writers/item/92-5-steps-to-unblock-your-writer-s-block
Copywriter for computer forensic experts.
Because of my legal background, one of the things I specialise in, is providing copy to businesses who have a legal element to their business.