You may think by going direct to a magazine you are getting the best deal… Think again! you could be losing out on a fortune!

Sell My Story

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Has something happened to you in your life that you think should be seen in the biggest womens mags in the UK? We get your true stories published in all the best mags, from Chat, Woman's own Bella to Pick Me Up, Love It and Real People. If you're looking to sell a story, we promise to get you the very best price. Simply fill out the form below and we'll get back to you.

If you need more help making up your mind read this page first: Selling Your Story.. The Facts

How do I sell my story? - Call us on 0121 288 1738

There are just 3 simple steps to get the ball rolling.

  1. Tell us a bit about your story, we will tell you straight away whether we can put it forward for publication, and agree your fee. (We will put this in writing for you.)
  2. We will then arrange for you to tell us your story and our team of professional writers will write your story for you.
  3. We will read your story back to you to make sure you are happy with it, then we send your story to the magazine for you:. All you have to do is sit back and count the money!


We don't believe in forcing you into making any decisions you’re not happy with. We believe in letting our clients take their time to reach the right decision. We’re an independent agency, so we are free to shop around to find you the best deal, ensuring we get you the most money. We are trusted and commissioned by all the top publishing companies and magazines to sell your stories to them on your behalf. We regularly earn our customers sums of money ranging from hundreds to many thousands of pounds. We guarantee we won't be beaten on price.

We abide by the Editors' Code of Practice

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Editors' Code of Practice


We abide by the Editors' Code of Practice as governed by the Press Complaints Commission. More information can be found on our website including a downloadable PDF version, or you can read it directly from the Press Complaints Commission website here.
The Press Complaints Commission is charged with enforcing the following Code of Practice which was framed by the newspaper and periodical industry and was ratified by the PCC in December 2011 to include changes taking effect from 1 January 2012.


All members of the press have a duty to maintain the highest professional standards. The Code, which includes this preamble and the public interest exceptions below, sets the benchmark for those ethical standards, protecting both the rights of the individual and the public's right to know. It is the cornerstone of the system of self-regulation to which the industry has made a binding commitment.

It is essential that an agreed code be honoured not only to the letter but in the full spirit. It should not be interpreted so narrowly as to compromise its commitment to respect the rights of the individual, nor so broadly that it constitutes an unnecessary interference with freedom of expression or prevents publication in the public interest.

It is the responsibility of editors and publishers to apply the Code to editorial material in both printed and online versions of publications. They should take care to ensure it is observed rigorously by all editorial staff and external contributors, including non-journalists, in printed and online versions of publications.

Editors should co-operate swiftly with the Press Complaints Commission in the resolution of complaints. Any publication judged to have breached the Code must publish the adjudication in full and with due prominence agreed by the Commission's Director, including headline reference to the PCC.

Read the full Editors' Code of Practice by clicking here

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