Testimonials

Here is a selection of testimonials from satisfied clients.

“Sue is just the best at writing; press releases in particular, in my case. If I have a New Year’s resolution mid year it is to listen to Sue more often. No hesitation at all in giving Sue the highest recommendation. Her work never fails to hit the spot. Simon Collyer, chief executive of Sports Partners

“Another big “THANK YOU!” to Susan Fenton for her varied support with everything from copy writing, local opportunities / resources and assisting greatly with t-shirt ideas for ManciniWear!” Winston Hoyte, owner, Mancinism Design

“Susan offers a very professional writing service and I always recommend her to my clients. She exceeded my expectations on a number of occasions, going above and beyond the call of duty, without hesitation or delay. Her service is fast, exceptionally good quality and I would have no intention in recommending her.” Mark Jones, managing director, www.theidevelopmentteam.com

Sue came to high50 to provide cover for the chief sub/ production editor for one week. With virtually no training or instruction from us, she grasped our rather tortuous CMS, our distinctive tone of voice and our quirky picture selection and excelled in all three. She was good company, a good timekeeper, a team player, a self-starter and a great fund of ideas. Her technical work was excellent, as was her her command of English. I can highly recommend her.” Tim Willis, editor, High50, http://www.high50.com

“Sue is an excellent freelance sub. She picks up new subject material very quickly and is both accurate and fast with her proofing. It is a real shame we couldn’t keep her on and I would definitely hire her again if I needed a freelance sub.” Tom Brown, deputy chief sub-editor, IHS Jane’s

“I had the pleasure of working with Sue earlier this year and her work was always accurate and delivered in a timely manner. I very much enjoyed working alongside her and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Sue.”
Eleanor Keymer, Features Editor, Jane’s Defence Weekly, IHS Jane’s 

“Sue takes a creative approach to her work and is able to engage the reader’s attention whether she is writing a hard-hitting business press release or an entertaining blog post. Organised beyond belief and able to hit the tightest of deadlines with apparent ease, Sue’s sense of humour and pragmatic approach can be lifesavers in the most stressful of situations. Highly recommended!” Anna Richardson, freelance journalist

“I used F Words to write the copy for a website project for a property development company. I asked them to completely re-write the about us section and create new pages for planning, interior design, architecture and construction. The copy really captured the luxury end of the market which the client was keen to target.” Martin Barfoot, proprietor, Brightsky Design, Surrey. http://www.brightsky.biz 

“Sue has written a number of interesting and informative articles for the card/gift trade magazines, many of which have featured my business. I have always found her to be professional, accurate, well informed and fair. She has worked with both the retailer and the trade body reflecting the views of the industry. Her attention to detail and abilty to engage with the reader set her apart from others.” Karen Ebers, buyer, Something Special gift shop, Edenbridge, Kent. 

“Susan is a first class sub-editor and writer. She is quick, flexible and brilliant at spotting even the smallest query or mistake on my part. She quickly grasped the terminology of an industry she was unfamiliar with and happy to work on to ensure deadlines were met. I would not hesitate to employ her.Andrew Kidd, editor, Interiors Monthly magazine.

“I spent the best part of my morning reading and laughing at the cleverly written content in Sue’s blog, and am now a regular reader and advocate of her work – guaranteed to put either a humorous or intelligent slant on whatever topic she tackles (often both!). I would wholeheartedly recommend a look at her work.” Jane Crawford, partner, St James’s Place, London.

“PR Direct has worked on a number of projects with Sue. In her capacity as a writer she completes her work in plenty of time – and with exactly the right touch! In her capacity as a commissioner, briefing other freelances, we have found her briefs to be concise yet thorough. Sue is a joy to work with!” Sarah Selzer, managing director, PR Direct, London. 

“Sue provided the content and the site construction for our first-ever website and we’re really pleased with it. It looks neat and smart, is easy to use and provides visitors with all the information they need about our groups. We started getting ‘hits’ on the site far sooner than we expected, and had got a new member within days of the site going live. The site proves invaluable in communicating with our local membership and, combined with the Twitter account Sue set up, with a wider audience.” Tom Burr, co-chair, Reigate & Redhill Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and Stop the War Coalition. 

“Sue is a first rate journalist – investigative, imaginative, accurate, with a huge attention to detail. She can bring life to the dullest and most tedious of subjects, and new angles to the most over-exposed issues. In her capacity as editor of one of our titles, she can be relied upon to manage and oversee the production of a consistently high quality magazine, to deadline. She shows commitment and tenacity in running the magazine unsupervised from home and great communication skills in liaising diplomatically with colleagues on the design, advertising, subscriptions and production sides of the business.” Warren Lomax, joint managing director, Max Publishing, London. 

“Sue is an extremely skilled and experienced journalist. I wouldn’t hesitate to use her for news or feature writing. Of all the freelancers I have used over the past 20 years as an editor, she is in my top three as far as reliability, writing style and generating ideas are concerned.” Chris Boiling, editor, Cookshop, Housewares & Tabletop magazine and former editor, Furnishing magazine. 

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