I’m a freelance copywriter working from Skipton, Yorkshire. I’m here to help you with all your writing needs whether you want great web copy, blogs, articles or press releases. Just contact me for sharp, effective, creative words.
From home pages to email marketing, I can help provide the missing ingredients that will bring customers to your door. From assistance with editing to creating accessible documents that just read well, I can lend my creativity to whatever is required to help your business prosper.
Let me discuss your company’s character and ethos, and I’ll provide words that hit the mark in a voice and tone with which your customers will feel at ease. Contact me to discuss how I can provide words that will work for you.
- Anthony Skinner, Editor, Lancashire & North West Magazine and Yorkshire Ridings Magazine - Chris Dawson, Chairman, Friends of Real Lancashire - Joe Nash, freelance photographer
I first commissioned Rob when I was Editor of Lancashire Life, and he was one of the first writers I recruited when I went to edit Lancashire & North West Magazine, now the UK’s largest circulation county magazine. His wide ranging essays on the landscape, heritage, culture and architecture of Lancashire and Yorkshire – he also writes for our sister publication Yorkshire Ridings Magazine – are different from anything else any other editorial contributor produces for us. His enthusiasm for these areas shines through in his essays. I say essays but these are much more than mere reporting, rather forensic examinations of his subjects yet presented in an accessible, readable style.
We commissioned Robert Hawley to write a history of Lancashire specifically for young children. It was thoroughly researched, hugely informative, a pleasure to read and, I must say, very well received.
Rob Hawley is everything I could ask for in a creative partner: imaginative, reliable and very easy to get on with.
- Anthony Skinner, Editor, Lancashire & North West Magazine and Yorkshire Ridings Magazine
- Chris Dawson, Chairman, Friends of Real Lancashire
- Joe Nash, freelance photographer