|Full name||Emma Taylor|
Property, real-life and health features. Also money-saving. Pregnancy and babies.
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing, Editing|
|Last updated||28-09-2011 18:09|
Emma Taylor, nee Hawes, former commissioning editor of Grazia and Love It!, real life editor of more, and features and health writer of Full House and Real People, has written for a number of national newspapers and magazines, including the Sunday Times, Mail on Sunday, Sunday Express, Grazia, Cosmopolitan, Take A Break Specials, Bella and Woman, and specialises in health, property and real life.
She has a regular health and beauty page in regional glossy Oxfordshire Life.
She recently finished a contract with the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) as an Editor, working on education publications for teachers and subject leaders.
Currently expecting her first child (due in July) and having experienced a miscarriage previously, she is keen to write on the subjects of pregnancy and babies, and especially natural births and childrearing practices such as Lotus birthing and elimination communication, but is able to turn her hand to almost any subject.
In addition, she offers copyediting and proofreading services to publishers, and has experience of working on educational publications in both print and online media in these capacities, and of proofreading for marketing agencies for major companies including BMW and Ferrari. She also is an accredited proofreader and copyeditor for the DCSF, who regularly contract her services.