It's nearly Hallowe'en, and we love that all the magazines have brought out spooky specials this week. One of our clients, Kirsten, seized the scary time of year as a chance to tell her own spine-chilling story. Read more... if you dare...
This week we helped Louise, 17, to tell her shocking story in Take A Break magazine. She was sexually abused by her father, but when she confided in her mum she refused to believe her own daughter. Read the full feature here.
Today at Sell My Story we've been really proud to see Joanne's moving story in print. When she prematurely gave birth to her son Zak in 2005 doctors made a shocking discovery. He had a severe cleft palate, causing a significant disfigurement to his face. Read the full story here.
We've had a really busy week here at Sell My Story, with another five of our stories hitting the newsagent stands today! We've got a great mix of shocking family dramas, emotional experiences, and bizarre lifestyles.
Today we've got two stories in two great women's magazines - Woman and Woman's Own. They actually make an interesting contrast - showing the positive and negative sides of using social media. Nicola was left in therapy when her Facebook addiction spiralled out of control, but Sue logged on to YouTube and found a new husband!
It's true that you can't chose your family, so when things go wrong we have no choice but to confront problems and deal with them. This week we've got two very different stories about family relationships at breaking point. Both of our clients here chose to speak out to show that by calmly talking things through, issues can be resolved.
At Sell My Story we're suckers for a good love story. When we heard about Patricia's plan to marry a man she'd never met, we couldn't wait to talk to her and find out why. What we discovered was a heartwarming tale about never giving up on love, and we admire Patricia's brave decision to marry the man of her dreams. We wish them all the best!
This week all our stories in the magazines seem to have one thing in common - babies! There are lots of different types of stories that involve children - and women's magazines love them all. If there's a reason to print a cute picture of a little one for readers to coo over, at Sell My Story we love to get involved.
It's a sad truth that unfortunately not every story has a fairytale happy ending. But we're always proud to work with clients who want to use their own terrible experiences to send an inspiring message to strangers across the nation. These courageous women are ensuring something positive comes from a tragic situation. This week two brave young women told their stories.