Monday, 18 June 2012

Writer for sale!

Anyone looking for someone to write copy about learning and development?  I offer a readily-accessible, fast turnaround, service for business reports, topical articles, promotional copy, case studies, website content, and so forth.  I write anonymously, ghost-write, and assign copyright.

I’ve been writing about learning and development for over a decade, and I think my credentials bear scrutiny.  Apart from this blog, my well-promoted books, my research reports, and my articles in various journals (both print and online), I’ve been regularly commissioned by editors at the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD) to contribute to various media.

My CIPD contributions include: three chapters in the Learning and Development subscription manual, on talent management, corporate universities and e-learning; re-writing the learning and development chapter in the HR Policies and Practices manual; 50 short items, including many case studies, for HR Inform, and most recently 20 learning evaluation tools for the forthcoming ToolClicks (soft-launched at HRD Week).

I submit high-quality copy promptly to deadlines, and my rates are not prohibitive.  Testimonials are available on request.


Jeanne Boudreau said...

I am trying to finish a MA project re: online learning of Algebra for High School students. It is more about learnability and memorbility of three Algebra applications. May I inquire about your fees?

Ken said...

Hi Jeanne,

I don't write academic submissions, such as MA projects, on behalf of students - that would be unethical. If I've misunderstood your request, please come back to me - you can email me via either the or websites.

Best wishes,


city said...

nice posting.. thanks for sharing.

Jeanne Boudreau said...

Thank you for your feedback! Oh, I had never thought about the ethical issue. Live and learn or as I like to say "life is a lab".JB

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