The pull of a good feature article

The pull of a good feature article

Although a large amount of my work is now online, there are still times I get to see my words in page-turnable, smells-like-ink, made-with-paper magaz

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Although a large amount of my work is now online, there are still times I get to see my words in page-turnable, smells-like-ink, made-with-paper magazines. I write regularly for the construction and building services trade magazines, as well as supplying copy for a client’s regular column and, whilst I can usually download pdfs of the pages for my records, I always request a physical copy of the magazine. The journalist in me still can’t help smiling when I see my words there on the page, even after all these years. 
Still hard to beat seeing your own words in print.

Still hard to beat seeing your own words in print.

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Short form content might be getting all the glory, but I still love a good feature article.

Short form content might be getting all the glory, but I still love a good feature article.

I’ve always loved writing features; its a chance to explore a topic, to bring out depth and detail often missing in the rapid fire world of headlines and attention-grabbing images. Features can be informative, thought provoking and emotive and, for me, print, is still the perfect place for them. 

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