Use Talk to the Press to sell your story…
Do you want to sell a story to a newspaper or magazine? Are you looking for a media or press agent?
We are an award-winning, highly respected press agency run by former national newspaper journalist Natasha Courtenay-Smith. As well as helping you find the right publication for your story, whether that is a newspaper, a broadsheet or a women’s magazine, we will ensure you get the highest possible fee for your story and we can help you sell your story multiple times, generating maximum coverage and earnings.
We work for national newspapers and women’s magazines, as well as television programmes such as Daybreak and This Morning. Email us on email@example.com with your story or fill out the form to the right. Selling a story through us is completely free – we do not charge you for our services.
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When Christian Plowman got in touch wanting to share his incredible story about his life as an undercover police officer, we knew it would make a fantastic read.
But instead of selling it straight to a newspaper, we thought it would work best as in book form. Not only would a book give Christian the space to share his hundreds of incredible anecdotes, but the launch of the book would in itself make his story topical, and him of interest to the press.
Working alongside our literary partner we were able to secure him a publishing deal, and this week, we’re thrilled to say, his book will be hitting the shelves.
Crossing the Line is published by Mainsteam Publishing, and is a gripping account of what it really takes to be an undercover cop. In it, Christian recounts how his work saw him buy and sell drugs with tax payers money, be beaten up, be arrested at gunpoint and barracaded in a pub by gypsies – all in a days work. At one stage, Christian ran almost a dozen mobile phone to keep track of his different identities, and had so many different aliases that he says even he nearly forgot who he was! To promote the publication of his book, Christian will be doing newspaper and tv.
Crossing the Line is available in all good bookshops.
There’s a huge market for real life memoirs. If you’ve got a story you’d like to see published as a book, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the sell my story form on the right.
Last week, we placed our client Gillian McFarlane’s story in The Sun, and her media journey continues as today she appeared on the This Morning sofa sharing her experiences with Eamonn and Ruth.
Gillian had contacted us wanting to share her story of her battle with alcoholism, and her shame that at her lowest ebb, she’d given up custody of her daughter to her ex. Her daughter Sara is now 11 and still lives with her father in southern Italy, 1200 miles away.
Gillian says: ‘I was so nervous about going on TV, but it was the best thing I’ve ever done.’
We love this picture of Gillian and Ruth – here at TTTP we personally think Gillian gives Ruth a run for her money in the glamour stakes!
If you’d like to share your story with This Morning, or another television show, email us on email@example.com