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You could earn £££s. Contact Cash for Stories today. National magazines and newspapers want your real life stories – trust Cash for Stories to guarantee you the best fee.

Have you ever wondered ‘how do I sell my story to a magazine or newspaper?’ Wonder no longer because Cash for Stories is here to help you sell your real life story to the national press. As a leading story agency in the UK we can act on your behalf to take your real life story to women’s magazines and national newspapers. Your story can be anything from an unlikely romance, success against the odds, an amazing weight-loss story or a holiday from hell. You can even name and shame a cheating partner as magazines love stories about love rats. Whatever your real life story, Cash for Stories wants to hear from you….so why not sell your story TODAY?

We don’t just sell your story. We help you to find the right publication for your story to feature in – it could be a tabloid, a broadsheet or a women’s magazine. We also ensure the highest possible fee for your real life story. If you choose to sell your story to a magazine or newspaper through Cash for Stories, we guarantee you a personal service through our highly trained real life specialist writers and best of all, it won’t cost you a penny. We have contacts at all the national newspapers and leading magazines. People who have sold their story through us have gone on to do TV shows, such as This Morning.

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