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.
When things go wrong in a relationship, lots of women choose to speak out about their experiences. Whatever the story, at Sell My Story our writers are always ready to listen and provide balanced, empathetic advice. This week four women have told how problems in their love life resolved themselves in very different ways.
It's fair to say that most women, at some point in their lives, feel they want to lose some weight... but it can be tough. Telling your weight-loss story to a magazine can help inspire others! At Sell My Story we hear from hundreds of women who have been on an incredible journey to slim down. Take Kerry, for example. When her weight ballooned from 16st to 35st, she relied on a mobility scooter to get around and had to sleep in the living room. Eventually, Kerry, 32, became so fat that social services decided she was unable to care for her young son Ewan properly - and took him off her.
Sometimes we make decisions in life which can be quite controversial, whether it's a job you do or the sort of lifestyle you lead. Here at Sell My Story we never judge. In fact, we always want to hear both sides of an argument!
Sexual abuse is never a pleasant topic, yet it is in the news every day. At Sell My Story, we are regularly contacted by victims of sexual abuse who want to tell their story. And they all want to do it for the same reason - to encourage other victims to report their abuser.