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Choosing words carefully since 1971
 

Merryn | Writer 

buy generic cytotec online no prescription quick delivery Hello, I’m Merryn, and I’ve been choosing my words carefully since 1971. 

buy provigil nz I help people to communicate complex and sensitive messages by using persuasive language. Sensitive or unusual subjects are a specialism.

Misoprostol with no rx I’m a champion for plain English ~ but love using unusual language ~ and there’s something that intrigues me about the power of rhetoric as a skill in improving defence and understanding war. Metaphors rock.

buy accutane eu I’m also a historian. 

The rhetoric of war intrigues me and I like exploring the  way history is perceived today, thanks to the words we read and write. There’s an MA in Military History under way via the University of Wolverhampton, I work with the International Guild of Battlefield Guides. 

If you’d like to know more about me, drop me an email. I’m based in north Norfolk. If I’m on tour you may find me on two wheels.

What do you write?

If you live in the UK, chances are my work has either dropped through your letterbox or popped up on a web page. I’ve worked with companies like Ordnance Survey, Northern Powergrid, Smart Pension and Hitachi; insurers of all kinds from Aviva to Zurich; and geospatial businesses of all kinds. I also work with many smaller firms, helping senior leaders to articulate their ideas. One client described it as “finding the meatballs in my spaghetti”. That’s not a bad analogy.

 

How much does good writing cost?

Good question. Honestly? It’s a piece of string. Day rates aren’t the best way to measure a writer’s time. Great writing demands good thinking, which is always hard to quantify on a timesheet.

There’s also a difference between cost and value and, as writing is a skill, that piece of string is rarely a shoestring. Still, most customers have a budget in mind for the writing part of a project. 

Why don’t we talk about what you’d like to achieve? That will put three things into perspective: your ambitions, the challenge, and my value. I can then give you a project-based quote, which we can still turn into a day rate if that helps your accounts department. 

Why choose Rentaquill?

“I make the complex seem simple with the right amount of reader-friendly writing. I’ll rugby-tackle a thesaurus to find the right words, there’s no ‘tricky little project’ I can’t handle with a calm head and a clear response…” – but I would say that, wouldn’t I. 

In short, there’s a good reason why I’m the writer you need: you’ll always be offered the words that work. That said, there are two reasons why you might prefer working with someone else. 

The first is simple: you prefer a yes-person, someone who’ll just respond to your brief. That’s a feel-good relationship, but wouldn’t you rather be working with someone who appreciates the intensity and value of your ambition, and has the courage to talk about what will – or won’t – help you to reach your goals? I mean, really deliver on the brief?

The second reason why you might choose another writer is less complex. You want amazing content – lots of it – all delivered yesterday on a bottom-dollar budget. Here’s the thing: I do work quickly. Very quickly, if it’s necessary. But I am not a bottom-dollar girl. As the neurosurgeon says, “Sure, I can work for less. I’ll let you decide which part of the job I skimp on.” 

Start by using me as a sounding board. Tell me what you’d like your audience to feel, think, understand or do … and then we can decide if we’re a good fit for each other. Drop me an email.

What does 'on tour' mean?

I live in north Norfolk, that’s not a secret. I also travel, researching and visiting clients, so I may be working on a project remotely. Plus, I usually work on several things at the same time. 

Give me a nudge. My number is 07770 272524. If I don’t respond quickly, it may mean there’s sketchy WiFi or I’m head-down in a piece of writing. I’ll be in touch as soon as I can.