I’ve written email sequences, product pages, landing pages, website copy and so on, mostly for small businesses and B2B SaaS startups.
Most of what I’ve written has been covered by NDAs, which means I can’t share examples here at the moment. I do have plenty of other examples of my writing ability available, however:
I write and publish my own books, mostly in the genre of travel.
The work of which I’m most proud is Dancing Feat – the story of how I dealt with my appalling dance-floor ability by dancing my way around Colombia.
Here is an excerpt: Dancing Feat: One Man’s Mission to Dance Like a Colombian
It was well received:
🥇 4.7 out of 5 stars on Amazon US and UK (from 35 reviews)
🥇 Recommended in Bradt Travel Guide: Colombia
🥇 Listed as one of Brand Colombia’s top 5 foreign books about Colombia
And here is an excerpt from my most recent book, a mini guide to Poland: Amazing Poland: 50 Things to See and Do
For the other three books I’ve published, please see my author page at Amazon.
I keep a blog about living, working and getting things done abroad, called Wandering Desk. I’ve also written a number of guest posts on other blogs, for example:
11 Ways the Digital Nomad Lifestyle Affects Your Sleep (Global Goose)
Why You Should Make Hungary Your First Live Grand Prix (Formula Spy)
The Belgian GP: How To Have A Great Time (Formula Spy)
Colombia travel (Indie Travel Podcast)
Visiting the Human Library (Wroclaw Uncut)
How I Learned to Dance Sevillanas for Seville’s April Fair (Trainless)
I’ve had numerous articles published in print media:
How I learned to dance from YouTube (Dance Today)
Riding Latin America’s Five Greatest Railways (Shoestring)
The Wild One (The Cairns Weekend Post)
Blooming Dales (Senior Voice of Florida)
Lost and Found in the Galapagos Islands (Red Magazine)
Blood, Sweat and English Teachers (Shoestring)
Happy New Beers (Healthy for Men)
A Helping Hand for those who can’t COPE (Vientiane Times)
UXO Sculpture Completes Rehab Visitor Centre (Vientiane Times)