“I was assigned Clare as my editor as part of the Pulp Idol process and she was wonderful. In emails she was quick to respond and very approachable, making the whole process flow smoothly and comfortably. Her editing suggestions were insightful, providing a balance between points for improvement and encouragement.
“Her critiques were clear and detailed and by pairing these with notes about what she felt I’d done right in the chapter it really felt like she’d engaged with the work and wanted to see it grow. Clare also provided help with shaping my novel pitch, providing useful insight from her own experience as an author.
“At every stage Clare was quick to offer any more help I might need and the whole process felt like a professional but collaborative experience of shaping my work into a polished piece. She was fantastic to work with, and I would recommend her to any aspiring novelist in need of an engaged but firm eye for their writing.”
Elijah Taylor, Author and Pulp Idol Finalist
“Clare was fantastic and we will continue to use her services in the coming months and years. She was able to understand, very quickly, what we needed, our new employee experience focus and translate this into copy for areas of our website. The insightful questions she asked and the research she undertook was perfect and shaped some fantastic copy.”
John Carson, Chairman & Senior Consultant at TQMI Limited
“Clare has provided excellent support to myself as the public engagement lead in the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences. She is forthcoming with ideas and advice and provides excellent article writing respective of audiences and contributors. It is always a pleasure working with Clare who is professional and diligent in her work. I now feel more confident as a science communicator from our collaborative work.”
Dr Zoe Knowles, Reader at LJMU’s School of Sport and Exercise Sciences, HCPC Sport & Exercise Psychologist, BASES Fellow
“Clare went above and beyond when I approached her for her copywriting skills. She understood exactly what I need and exceeded my every expectation. Since putting Clare’s work out there it has driven interest in my program and has generated opportunities far beyond anything I expected. Clare’s work was on point and I would have no hesitation in using or recommending her services in the future.”
Stephen Evans, Helpless Universe
“I’ve been part of a writing workshop with Clare for the past five years. During that time she has provided me with monthly writing critiques. Clare’s feedback is insightful and meticulous, yet always warm and generous spirited. She achieves the magic balance between no nonsense criticism and continual encouragement. Although she leaves no stone unturned when critically analysing written work, she always keeps my artistic vision at the centre of her reading.
“The feedback I’ve received has been consistently professional, constructive and has helped me to develop tremendously as a writer. In addition to that, Clare is the sweetest soul you could ever wish to meet. I wholeheartedly recommend her service to you!”
Shirley Razbully, Founder, Writer and Creative Curator of Muse Retreats
“Over the years I worked at Liverpool John Moores University I greatly enjoyed working with Clare on a range of media stories about my research. She has a talent for making the research more ‘press friendly’ while taking care that this didn’t compromise the accuracy story. This combination of accessibility and accuracy in a press release is vital for the credibility of the research – but a very hard act to pull off.”
Prof Dave Wilkinson, Visiting Professor in Ecology at the University of Lincoln, and former Reader in Environmental Science at Liverpool John Moores University.
“Your editing advice has been fantastic, detailed and thorough…
…your support to me as a writer, has given me a great deal of confidence
…I now feel more than ever that I can pursue a career in writing.”
Amanda Redvers Rowe, Head of Participation, Collective Encounters . Her written work has been produced by the Royal Exchange (Manchester), BBC Radio, Graeae, Paines Plough and BBC Television.