Our Expert Team
Kate Ewing graduated from King’s College with a first-class science degree. Kate then moved into journalism with a focus on travel, food, and health. She subsequently became an editor, editing at an independent publisher. From here she began to write non-fiction and began with a book on heart disease and stroke, utilising her science degree. Kate has always written fiction, however, and her short stories have been published on the Five Stop Short Story App, Jotters United, Volume 11, Don't Do It Mag, the online Fish Anthology and the EDWG anthologies.
Kate's historical fiction novel, The Angel and the Apothecary was long-listed for the Aurora Metro International Novel writing prize and the Mslexia Novel Writing competition. After completing an MA in Creative and Life Writing at Goldsmiths, Kate turned to the craft of biography and memoir writing and has written for many different people, from politicians to celebrity singers and has been a ghostwriter for a number of clients.
Kate decided to set up ER Publishing's writing services to assist those unable to find publication through traditional routes. Kate and her team work with clients in both a coaching capacity and as a ghost. Her desire is to help budding writers or those drowning in rejection slips, to fully mine their vision and fulfil their creative dreams. In addition, she provides a quality end product: a book you can be proud of.
Here are other members of our team:
Liz is a freelance editor, writer and poet and provides support for our team of ghostwriters. She specialises in editing novels and short stories, and works closely with self-published authors.
She studied Psychology and Creative Writing at the University of Gloucestershire, where she spent her time performing angry poetry. She enjoys helping writers bring their creations to life and snuggling up in blankets to watch films with her cat.
Emily Ainscough has undertaken a BA in Philosophy from UCL and has found life writing from a profound love of people and their lives. Her writing experience consists of in-depth report writing on the progress of an NGO alongside creative and travel writing.
She is currently editing her first fiction novel which she wrote during the year she spent living in rural Nepal. Her desire to connect people and communicate stories drives her writing and research process and she prides herself in ghostwriting and illuminating biographies in a deep, emotional way.
Elina is a self-proclaimed story-maker, a creative who possesses a great fondness for sharing interactive, mind-triggering and meaningful perspectives expressed through writing.
Elina has studied Media & Promotion in University for the Creative Arts as well as has been studying acting and currently, Elina is in training with West End Musical Theatre. Elina's strength is as a writing coach, assisting writers along their creative journeys.
Marlene is a versatile writer with an interest in both fiction and nonfiction. Marlene holds an MFA in Creative Writing and an MBA in Finance. With coaching as well as with her ghost-writing for experienced and novice writers alike, Marlene particularly enjoys the extended human-interest story. She particularly likes to grapple with (problem-solve) tricky structural issues. Marlene has recently published her own book.
Josie studied Art & Design at Yeovil College and Taunton S.C.A.T, before embarking on a global traveling adventure, which was to become the catalyst and influence of her work. Josie works in the medium of painting – adapting to an array of materials and subjects. Her art is of abstract derivative; her bold use of colours, shapes, and lines, in unison with her emotive expressionism translates into her recognisable vibrant style.
Josie’s work has been on show and sold across Australia, London, Devon, and Dorset. Her goal is to continue to produce unique and relatable pieces that will provide enjoyment and help tell a story and provide fabulous cover ideas too!
Caitlin is a writer, digital media specialist, creative and passionate humanitarian. Always looking for opportunities to help others and writers build their presence online, she has ten years of experience creating engaging and innovative content and is able to successfully market clients’ books across social platforms. Caitlin has managed digital marketing for a number of charities, writers, poets and organisations including the British Library and Stonewall.
She studied English Literature at Cardiff University, receiving a First in all creative writing modules before travelling to the Middle East where she discovered a lifelong love for connecting with others and storytelling. She is also a competent editor.
In 2020, Caitlin founded a social enterprise with a global mission to help amplify voices of smaller charities and acts of kindness around the world.
Always drawn to adventure, last minute travel plans and exploring world cuisine, Caitlin now lives in London with her rabbit, Tiwa, and enjoys surfing, illustrating, time with her family and a good collection of Lord Byron.
Natasha Lawrence Biography
Natasha dabbled with acting before obtaining a film degree from Kingston University and a Masters in Screenwriting and script development from the University of the Arts. She has also worked as a Reader and Script development consultant for Walking Shadow Films
She loves to collaborate with scriptwriters at every part of their creative journey be that editing or ghostwriting, to help support them develop their potential and identify their unique voice.
Zora Freifer is a freelance content writer who provides ghost writing, editing and proofreading writing services. She has also collaborated in the journalistic field to cover current events in the MENA region.
Her degree in Finance has given her a broad base from which to approach many topics and helped propel her into covering current events in the finance and technology industries for the past four years.
When she’s not writing, you can find Zora engrossed in a novel, drinking copious amounts of tea, or tuning into her favourite comedy shows.