Introducing The Write Copy Girl, aka Hazel Butler, Freelance Copywriter, SEO Specialist & Wordsmith For Health & Wellness Businesses
Your brand needs a writer capable of making the medical relatable. Who grasps the difficulties in connecting with clients in a professional, yet approachable way that inspires confidence but doesn’t intimidate. A scrivener to weave your treatments into a tapestry that gives those you can help most a glimpse of how much better life can be with the right regime.
You’re a pioneer transforming the world through revolutionary technology. You need someone with the technical savvy to understand the intricacies of your products and services and translate your tech talk into language that informs, educates, inspires and entertains. You want a writer who’s as passionate as you are when it comes to coupling innovation with integrity and transforming the way we live through technological brilliance…
You need a writer who is truly passionate about holistic wellness. Who understands complexities like the vital link between gut health and mental health. A wordsmith able to effortlessly explain the benefits of everything from breathwork to watsu, and inspire your audience to master their Mayurasana. To help you craft a unique brand voice, a vibe that perfectly resonates with your ideal clients.
A Bit About Me And The Wordsmithery
6 Random Facts You Don’t Need To Know
(But I’m Going To Tell You Anyway…)
I have a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel named after a serial killer.
I have four tattoos and counting…I expect there to be more very soon.
When I’m not telling stories about business, I’m spinning fantasy yarns as an author of Urban Fantasy and Dark Fantasy novels, and an editor on Sci Fi Fantasy Network.
I have a Fire Hand and enjoy getting my tarot read.
My greatest claim to fame is that I once met Sir Terry Pratchett, and he let me wear his infamous hat.
In a past life, I was an archaeologist and lecturer at Bangor University. I have a BA (Hons) and MA in Ancient History and Archaeology, and Celtic Archaeology, and a certificate in teaching. I’m still trying to finish my PhD thesis exploring gender dynamics in late Iron Age and early Medieval Britain.