I’m Jo Collie, a published creative writer and an experienced copywriter – which makes me a great choice for your business writing. I know how to switch between the two and when to blend them. I can offer you a skillset of more than twenty-five years’ experience as an award-winning scriptwriter, journalist, author, broadcaster and university lecturer in creative writing.
And that’s just me: IMAGINANTICS comprises a flair of specialist writers around the world, ready to bring your project to life. The magic begins with a strong creative brief. From there, we’ll come up with a BOLD, PLAYFUL and INVENTIVE way to tell your customers what they want to know from you.
Yes – what they want to know … which isn’t necessarily what you want to say. Think of IMAGINANTICS as your ‘translator’ – the one who makes what you do really matter to your customers.
When Tony Taylor of TEACEE invited me to guest blog on Public Speaking for his company, I leapt at the chance. TEACEE is an amazing, empathic business coaching company that literally changes business-owners’ lives – and I had something to share … it starts like this: “The first time I was called upon to stand up and talk about my new business, I froze. I was standing before a convention of forty, suited and booted delegates, each of them with a good fifteen years’ experience more than I in their respective fields. Dammit! I thought, helplessly feeling my throat constrict and my kneecaps begin to juggle. Stage fright? Me? I hadn’t struggled with the horrible, gut-melting fear for years. Now, as I dumbly locked my gaze with all of those quizzical, expectant faces,...READ MORE
There are plenty of reasons for an author to hire a ghostwriter. Yes, it’s true: authors don’t always write their own books. This ghostwriting lark has been going on for centuries. Our top, hunter...READ MORE
When statistics show that websites with a blog enjoy over 60% more traffic than websites without one, you have to admit: YOUR BUSINESS SHOULD BE BLOGGING. Join author and copy/content writer Jo Collie for...READ MORE
When the opportunity to submit to the Writing Industries Conference 2010 landed in my mailbox, I jumped at it. How often does an unknown writer get the chance to sit with an agent or an editor from a reputable agency or publishing house? Having the WIC acting as a facilitator willing to stick its foot in that proverbial slamming door on my behalf was an opportunity too good to miss. I was thrilled to hear that I’d won a chance to meet with Oli Munson of Blake Friedmann Literary, TV and Film Agency to discuss my non-fiction book, “In The Blender”. I made sure that I was completely prepared: my manuscript was complete – a final draft that was edited and proofread to a polished level and printed out in correct publishing format; I took along...READ MORE
You’d be forgiven for thinking you were watching a Stallone movie. Choppers landing in the middle of a main road in peak-hour traffic, cars veering left and right to avoid the victim lying prostrate in a...READ MORE