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If you’re wondering ‘How do I sell my story to a newspaper or women’s magazine’, you’ve come to the right place.

We are an award-winning, highly respected press agency that specialises in selling stories, run by former national newspaper journalist Natasha Courtenay-Smith.

As well as helping you find the right publication to sell your story to, whether that is a tabloid newspaper, a broadsheet newspaper or a women’s magazine, we will ensure you get the highest possible fee when you sell your story.

We are often asked ‘Can you sell my story more than once’ and the answer is yes. We sell stories multiple times, generating maximum coverage and earnings.

We sell stories to national newspapers and women’s magazines, as well as television programmes such as Good Morning Britain, ITV News and This Morning. Selling a story through us is completely free – we do not charge you for our services.

Wondering how do I sell my story? Email us on with your story, or fill out our ‘sell my story’ form to the right.

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Holiday Nightmare Story

Danny Binks stabbed in Turkey

Read our latest holiday nightmare story about a lady whose romantic getaway turned to blood shed after her boyfriend was stabbed four times in Turkey

Remi Simson, 21, thought she was on a romantic holiday with her boyfriend Danny Binks, 20, from Blackpool. But after being wrongly accused of stealing a watch, Danny was attacked by 15 armed thugs in Bodrom, Turkey, before being stabbed four times in front of girlfriend Remi.

In a story that made national news headlines in July this year, the joiner nearly died and had emergency surgery for chest and liver wounds and cuts to vital arteries.

Fortunately, he pulled through the ordeal and whilst in hospital popped the question to devoted girlfriend Remi and the pair are now engaged. Just last week the couple finally managed to return home to Blackpool after Danny was discharged from hospital – more than a month after first being admitted, costing his insurance company £50k for medical care.

Danny has now been vindicated of any theft accusations while a man has been arrested in Bodrum in connection to the stabbing.

‘I’m happy that I am back in the UK now and that I have been vindicated. I will never go back to Turkey, it is so dangerous. Brits need to be careful when they are there because we must be easy targets.’

 We placed Danny’s story exclusively with The Daily Mirror and are now in the process of securing him two magazine deals too.

If you’ve got a real life story to share, please complete the quick story valuation form on the right hand side of this page, or email and one of our team will get back to you.

If you would like more tips and advice about how to sell a story to the national press, read our Tips & Advice page.  You can get more information about how to sell a story, how to manage press attention, how to get a book deal, how to obtain free publicity for businesses, and how to campaign for a cause.


Paedophile Given Home Near Park – Where He Abused Girl Aged 11

Paul Francis Sunday People

Talk to the Press expose a notorious paedophile who slipped through the net and abused an 11-year-old girl after bungling authorities moved him just yards from a nursery and children’s park.  The story ‘Paedophile Given Home Near Park – Where He Abused Girl Aged 11′ was run as an exclusive news story in last week’s Sunday People.

Our team were disgusted when a mother-of-three contacted us to say her 11-year-old daughter had been groomed by known paedophile, Paul William Francis, after bungling authorities let him slip through the net.

We knew a paper would want to expose the failings of Yarlington Housing Group’s failings, after they failed to run background checks on the sex offender and moved him into a house overlooking a park, nursery and youth club.

Depraved Francis wrote letters to the schoolgirl, forced her to touch his crotch and showed her explicit photos of underage girls before begging her to take her clothes off and pose for pictures.

Francis, 62, pleaded guilty to engaging in non-penetrative sexual activity with a girl under 13, possession of indecent images of a child and inciting a girl under 13 to engage in sexual activity. He has been remanded in custody for his sick acts and is due to be sentenced at Taunton Crown Court on 28th July.

The girl’s devastated parents are now fighting for justice after police admit the paedophile was known to them, but that they were unaware he was moving into the area.

Her furious mother says Yarlington Housing Group, who provide housing across the UK, failed to do basic checks on Francis and allowed the known sex beast to move in just metres away from a park, youth centre and nursery.

Last week, Francis was sentenced to four years in prison and an extra six years on license. The mother has since lodged a formal complaint with Yarlington Housing Group, who she blames for her daughter’s abuse.

She said: “Angry does not even cover how I feel. I can’t let my daughter out of my sight now, I’m so overprotective and can’t believe this has happened to my little girl.

“I don’t think she fully understands what happens to her but it pains me to think that as she grows up, she will remember what that sicko put her through.”

This weekend the mum’s story appeared the Sunday People.

If you or your child have been a victim of a sex attack or want to expose failings of an authority, then please email: or use the five minute story valuation form on the right hand side of this page.  If you would like to learn more about how to sell a story to the press, read our How To Sell My Story page.


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