Writer : Editor : Blogger : Researcher

Image of Rachel NewcombeAn award-winning UK-based freelance writer, copywriter, blogger, editor and researcher, I write non-fiction articles, blogs, books, website content, news and reviews for both online and print media.

Primarily specialising in health, property/home and interiors, parenting and lifestyle issues, I also enjoy the variety of covering other topics too, so often write about education and travel.

Whether you’re a magazine publisher, website owner, book publisher, charity or small or large business, and want definitive and professionally-written work, produced to tight deadlines and competitive industry rates, look no further – I’m available for all your writing needs.

What’s more, I’m happy to take on work at short notice and thrive on the challenge of meeting tight deadlines.

You’ll find plenty of examples of my work throughout this site, including links to published content, but if you’d like more details, please get in touch. Testimonials from satisfied clients are available on request, or you can take a look at my LinkedIn profile for recommendations.

Interested? Email me now at rachel@newcombe.co.uk or  phone 07801 944 978.

Recent work and recently published articles

Perfect Parquet – Reclaim

Interiors: Top five trends for Spring – Evening Standard

Ways to organize your kitchen for under $50 – Houzz.com

The Tile Files – Reclaim

12 Mindfulness and meditation gifts to put under the tree – SheKnows

Marketing materials copywriting – Lifeplus

Grow a ‘mo for Movember – AXA PPP Healthcare

Coping with a terminal cancer diagnosis – AXA PPP Healthcare

How to create a relaxing haven in your bathroom – Foam & Bubbles

Evidence-based health feature writing and editing – Baby Centre

Copywriting – pharmacy website project

Ectopic pregnancy – top 10 risk factors – Your IVF Journey

Endometrial scratch: will it work for you? – Your IVF Journey

Molar pregnancy – what you need to know – Your IVF Journey

Digital healthcare project for Astra Zeneca US  – Digitas LBi

How to make a small room feel larger – Utopia Hub

Copywriting – Johnson’s Big Little Moments

Developmental milestones: smell – Baby Centre

Home and garden collections for eBay