Have you survived domestic abuse or violence and have thought ‘I would like to sell my domestic abuse story to help people who find themselves in a similar situation’? If you escaped an abusive partner and want to share your story to help other women (or men) in your situation, then you’ve come to the right place. At Talk to the Press we’ve helped hundreds of women share stories of abuse with the press.
If you have a story to sell to promote you or your business, or you’re a rising social media star and want more exposure, get in touch with us to see if we can help you get your story out there so you become even bigger. We can provide free publicity in the media.
Most people think of domestic violence as a cowardly bully husband or boyfriend controlling and abusing his wife or girlfiend, but Brave Rob Bryan has spoken out about being a male domestic violence victim. Rob was hospitalised after his girlfriend beat him to a pulp in an unprovoked attack.
If you would like to raise awareness in the media for a cause close to your heart, contact Talk to the Press today. As soon as we saw Emma Lowe’s adorable twins, Arthur and Alfie, they melted our hearts and we knew they’d melt the hearts of Britain’s readers too. Which is why they appeared in the Daily Mirror this week.
If you’re parents and have been wondering ‘how to do we share our premature baby story’, Talk to the Press can help you publish your story in magazines and newspapers. Simply fill out the form on this page and we’ll give you a story valuation and let you know which magazines would like to print your story. Our service is free and there is no obligation. You only need to provide a few of the basic details of what happened initially.
Do you suffer from a rare condition? If you have a cause or campaign that you’d like to raise awareness for, Talk to the Press is the right place to be. Our free service helps people achieve the maximum press coverage possible, as well as gaining the maximum fee for their story.
Raise awareness of domestic violence: How you can raise awareness for a cause close to your heart through the press? Talk to the Press help hundreds of people share their story with the national media.
Talk to the Press client shares her unbelievable memory loss story with The Sun after an accident leaves her believing it’s October 15, 2014, every single day.
Do you have a friend with an interesting story to tell? Have you been urging them to share their story with the world? We rely on people like you to spread the word, so you can earn quick and easy cash through our ‘refer a friend’ scheme. Last month we helped Roxy Wallace get her […]
Talk to the Press client tells Woman Magazine how 10 year olds should be given the contraception implant at 10 after her daughter fell pregnant at 13 years old. Earlier this year NHS figures revealed girls as young as 10 were getting contraceptive implants fitted on the NHS. The statistics showed that almost 10,000 implants […]