Steph Caswell

Copy Writer, Ghostwriter, Writer

Writer

I have been a primary school teacher for 14 years, culminating in 5 years as a Deputy Headteacher in a local primary school. From 2015-2017, I wrote and published three books for primary school teachers and became regular contributor to a national teaching magazine here in the UK.

In 2016, I decided to leave teaching to begin my professional writing career. I blog weekly at thingsthatgobumpwhenyouwrite.com and do regular ghostwriting​ work for non-fiction ebook writers.

I have particular interests in personal development and self-improvement and write and read regularly in both of these niches. I am training to be a coach so that I can work with individuals and businesses to improve their productivity and success.

I live just outside London with my family.
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Content Types
Blog Post, Article, Ebook, Guide, Infographic Copy, Landing Page, Product Description, Social Copy
More Information
Brunel University, BA (QTS) Primary Education
London|English
Publications

Published Content

7
Writing as Therapy: How Writing Can Improve Your Health (Infographic)
experteditor.com.auBlog Post
Writing as Therapy: How Writing Can Improve Your Health (Infographic)

I wrote the introduction to this infographic.

June, 19 2018
Taking responsibility for your life eBook
ideapod.comEbook
Taking responsibility for your life eBook

I ghostwrote​ this book on taking responsibility for your life and also created the landing page for my client.

Things That Go Bump When You Write
thingsthatgobumpwhenyouwrite.comBlog Post
Things That Go Bump When You Write

A morning routine can promote excellent habits for writers and entrepreneurs. In this post I reflected on my recent morning routine creation using Hal Elrod's Miracle Morning.

March, 13 2018
Things That Go Bump When You Write
thingsthatgobumpwhenyouwrite.comBlog Post
Things That Go Bump When You Write

Understanding our personalities can help us understand our writing habits. In this post, I encourage writers to determine which personality best describes them and how they can introduce more effective writing habits.

April, 19 2018
The NQT’s Survival Guide to Lesson Observations
teachwire.netBlog Post
The NQT’s Survival Guide to Lesson Observations

Lesson observations for newly qualified teachers can be daunting. This piece shows NQTs the best way to prepare and handle them.

February, 20 2018
How to Manage a Challenging Parent – The CALM Approach
teachwire.netBlog Post
How to Manage a Challenging Parent – The CALM Approach

A post to help teachers manage confrontational and challenging parents.

March, 28 2018
Things That Go Bump When You Write
thingsthatgobumpwhenyouwrite.comBlog Post
Things That Go Bump When You Write

A blog post that supports writers to develop a growth mindset and, in doing so, improving their writing.

April, 27 2018
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