Sophia Moseley
I am an accomplished feature article writer. My work has appeared in a number of magazines and journals including the Nursing Standard, Scholastic, Dorset Life and Somerset Life (Archant Press) and my work appears regularly in Savista, an online magazine.

I cover a broad cross section of subjects from Parnham House in Dorset to the history of the Somerset cider industry and from the changes in our education system to the return of corporal punishmet. Many of the articles are my own ideas that are always welcomed by editors.

Additionally, I write a monthly feature that appears on my website each month.

I have an established client base for whom I write newsletters and other company literature.

Through my website, I have been commissioned to write various items including a wedding poem and website content.

Alongside my copywriting, in May 2012 I decided to take the bull by the horns and self published my first children's book called The Adventures of Charlie. A book of four short stories that is suitable for the 4-8 year old child. This has met with great success and I am taking part in several 'readings' at events across Somerset and Dorset.

I am a member of the Society of Authors and see my reading events as valuable support for their drive to improve literacy and reading skills amongst children.

Entries by Sophia Moseley

Baby Shower? How About a Placenta Party?

(9) Comments | Posted 16 July 2013 | (00:00)

With the imminent arrival of a new member of the royal family, there is a great deal of talk at the moment about birth plans and babies and if you are expecting your own bundle of joy in the coming days or weeks, are you amongst the small number of...

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International Women's Day - To Celebrate Our Rights but Also Our Strengths

(2) Comments | Posted 8 March 2013 | (11:34)

International Women's Day is celebrated on Friday 8 March; when I first saw this event mentioned a couple of days ago, I thought to myself oh here we go again, yet another 'national' day so the card industry et al can make yet more money out of a sham. But...

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Frankenstein Food? What About Frankenstein Himself?

(0) Comments | Posted 24 January 2013 | (09:21)

Dolly the Sheep was a novelty; we now have 'Novel Food Regulations' so is the creation of a cloned Human Being getting closer?

The Ancient Greek word klon describes the way a new plant can be grown from a twig; a natural method of horticultural reproduction. The modern term 'clone'...

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The E-asy Way to E-petition

(2) Comments | Posted 24 January 2013 | (09:13)

Have you ever felt so strongly about something that you wanted to shout it from the rooftops? I'm not talking about the argument you had with your husband/wife when he/she forgot to put the rubbish bins out again or the 100th time you asked your son/daughter to not leave their...

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Euthanasia: From the Greek εὐθανασία Meaning 'Good Death'

(0) Comments | Posted 4 August 2012 | (08:20)

From the day you are born, even though your shoulders are no broader than a 12" ruler, you carry a burden of responsibility of which most are unaware until they reach the other end of their life.

Even though it is inevitable, death is not a very popular topic of...

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Have the Birds and the Bees Been Replaced With Sex Toys?

(28) Comments | Posted 30 July 2012 | (00:00)

What can you remember about being told about the 'facts of life'? Was it your best friend, teacher or worse still, your mother who tried to explain what went on 'down below'? If like me you still didn't understand it, you might have had a quiet word with your biology...

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