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Kia ora and thanks for visiting my website.

My name is Grant Cook and I live in Wellington, NZ. I'm happily married and the father of four lively girls and one energetic Pomeranian cross, named Charlie. 

I'm a published author with an MA in English Literature. I've spent the past decade developing and producing stories and online content via my various websites/blogs, and digital products (ebooks). Basically, I love creating engaging stories and content.

I'm always open to new opportunities, so if you're looking for a natural story-teller who can write for different audiences in a range of tones and styles, don't hesitate to contact me.

  • Creative writing
  • Strategic thinker
  • Story-teller
  • Plain English 
  • Content production
  • Content management (Silverstripe etc.)
  • Copy writing
  • Online content 
  • SEO content 
  • Feature writing 
  • Sales copy 
  • Fiction 
  • Non-fiction 
  • Digital platform publishing (Amazon, Kobo, Wordpress etc.) 
  • Post-Graduate qualification (MA Engl Lit)
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