Whether it’s an article in the mainstream press that presents you in the best light, a blog that tackles a dense subject in an engaging way, or original material that proves you have something new and interesting to say, we can bring original content and a whole new perspective to practically any subject.

We’ve done just this for companies as varied as Aspinal of London, Louis Vuitton, The Emirates Group and Panda Security, across sectors ranging from travel to health, technology to fashion, and everything in between.

Here are just some of our most recent success stories –

Good Hooman Magazine

The World’s First Lifestyle Magazine for Dachshunds, by Dachshunds

Written entirely from a dog’s point of view, Good Hooman features a humorous take on subjects as varied as fashion, travel and real life rescue stories, with Wordsmith & Style producing 95% of the launch edition.


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Truly enjoyable! Full of interesting content, as well as humour. Very cleverly written from a dachshunds point of view.  I’m looking forward to ordering the next one!

Sarah, Good Hooman Magazine Reader


Bluebell Abbey

A new start-up, Bluebell Abbey is an online store offering beautiful bespoke gift boxes, bringing together a mix of up-cycled vintage items, including classic Penguin novels, and new luxury British-made items, such as gin, tea and craft beer.

Wordsmith and Style produced two very different, on-going blogs that have quickly developed a cult following – ‘Whittaker’s Diary’, the butler’s tales of life in Bluebell Abbey, and ‘The Bluebell Abbey Guide to Being British’.

As Mothering Sunday dawned here at the Abbey, the rising sun threw the grand sandstone façade into warm and dramatic relief, sparkling off the first of this year’s daffodils. Not that anyone inside noticed however, as all eyes had turned to the dear lady of the house – a mother to us all. And there they might have remained, had her daughter Lucinda not announced plans to prepare a celebratory afternoon tea.

Whittaker’s Diary – Mother’s Day and the Nearly Fatal Scones



The Tasting Class

Working with one of the few female Sommeliers in the Middle East, Wordsmith & Style produced over forty blogs tackling the often stuffy world of wine in a fun and refreshing way.

Many of these have now been picked up by larger websites hungry for exciting and current content, including British Mum’s in Dubai, with over 12,000 followers.

Wonderful work created by lovely people who really understood my business. I couldn’t be more impressed.

Lindsay Trivers, Founder, The Tasting Class

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