I love writing about travel in Scotland and this page has some examples of the type of work that I have undertaken.
If you would like to work with me on a writing project please get in touch via my Facebook page, Twitter or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Writing Commissions I can work with you to produce travel writing content for your publication. An example of my work is this guide to family friendly cycling routes for Horizon Guides. Accommodation Reviews I can stay a night and write about my experience on my blog. My post about the Elphinstone Hotel in Biggar is an example of a project working with a PR agency and reviewing my stay at the hotel.
Destination Blogs I can write about travelling in specific regions. For example, I worked with Venture North who promote tourism in Caithness & Sutherland. I wrote a piece for their blog about the magic of taking the train to remote request stops and then setting off on your bicycle. I also wrote a post about cycling between Golspie and Dornoch as part of a social media promotion of the area.
Sponsored Posts and Sponsored Links I am happy to consider publishing relevant content and links on my site for an appropriate fee. An example of a sponsored post is this one on why you should swap your car for a bike.
Here are some other examples of my writing work:
Edinburgh Spotlight is a website about what there is to see and do in Edinburgh. I wrote a feature about cycling in Edinburgh for the website.
Wanderlust is one of the top travel magazines in the UK. I was runner up in a writing competition about cycling. My piece, on the right hand page, was about a remote location in Caithness:
Far North Express This is the magazine produced by Friends of the Far North Line, an organisation that promotes the railway line from Inverness to Thurso and Wick. Two of my pieces have been printed in the magazine:
Blog Post for SportPartner I worked with SportPartner to promote the benefits of cycling with a friend. SportPartner is a site where you can find a cycling buddy in your area. Read my blog post about cycling with a buddy.