Suzy Stanton

About me

Hello. I’m Suzy, creator of Wish Freelance Writing.

I love words. I love to write them and see how they transform a page to create a story. And I love nothing better than losing myself in a great book.

I provide freelance SEO and writing support to help small businesses get seen by the people they want to work with.

Why work with me?

Wish Freelance Writing

Setting up a new business is a daunting process. Sharing your new product or service with the big wide world is scary.

You might think your product is the best in the world (which it may be), but if the words you use to tell people about it aren’t the right ones, no one will know about it.

I’m passionate about helping small business owners and entrepreneurs use the right words. They are the ones your ideal clients type into search engines when they have a problem you can solve.

Once you’re using the right words, search engines can find your website and show it to the people you want to do business with.

But it’s about more than just using the right words. You also need to make sure they are used to create engaging, relevant, and fresh content. Because once your ideal client finds you, you want them to stay. I can either give you the tools to learn how to do all of this yourself, or I can do the writing for you.

I know that hiring a copywriter to support you when you’re starting out may feel like an expense you can do without. But getting the words on your website right from the start will make a huge difference to how easily potential clients find you.

Copywriters tend not to give a list of prices on their website which can put people off. That’s why I’ve created services with clear prices so that you can see exactly how much something is going to cost.

SEO and copywriting support

Why have a blog

If you’re feeling overwhelmed and stressed about creating content and copy for your website, I can help.

If you want SEO support to help you find the right words, or make sure you’re website is going to show up in search engines, have a look at my Keyword Research package and mini SEO Audit

If you don’t know where to start and want someone to write your copy for you, I can do that as well. I’ve also got content packages if you don’t have time to write regularly.

Click on the button below to how my SEO and copywriting services can help your business grow.

To love ourselves and support each other in the process of becoming real is perhaps the greatest single act of daring greatly.

Brene Brown

A bit more about me…..

I’m mum to two beautiful sisters via adoption. They crept into our hearts four years apart and helped me to have the courage to follow my dream of turning my passion for writing into a career. I started a blog not long after our eldest daughter came home. Initially, it was to let off steam about how I was feeling. But I quickly realised I could use it to raise awareness about the adoption process.

When we started our adoption journey, I struggled to find blogs or books that shared what adoption was really like. I wanted to know what the assessment was actually like. Who decides whether you’re approved to adopt? How does matching work? And a million other things.

Fast forward a few years and I decided to turn my blog into a free digital magazine so that I could share a wider range of articles. With hundreds of readers every month, it’s helping to breakdown some of the myths surrounding adoption.

I publish interviews with adopters, adoptees and birth parents who share their experience. There’s also book reviews and other articles about parenting and some of the issues adopted children face.

We Made a wish adoption magazine. We Made a Wish's logo

I’ve also written a book about the adoption process. It’s a step-by-step guide to adoption in England, starting with knowing whether you’re ready, things you can do before you start and looking for an agency. It then looks at the assessment, Panel, matching, placement and beyond. 

The information provided by adoption agencies tells you what will happen. But it’s written from their perspective.

They don’t tell you what it’s like bearing your soul to a virtual stranger, who wants to know every detail of your life. Or how it feels to sit in front of a sea of faces you’ve never met before who get to decide whether you’ll become a parent or not.

Which is why I wrote the book. I wish something like it had been around when we started our journey.