Work with Us


The Prime Writers are keen to engage with the media, bloggers, event organisers and anyone else who needs the services of a published novelist with life experience.  Our members offer a wide, diverse range of expertise and skills.  They all have great stories to tell, about their publishing journey, their writing, the topics of their books, and the writer’s life.  The list below includes just a few of the ways that we can work with you – please do get in touch with other ideas.  Email or go direct to the writer of your choice through their own page. (Note: each writer has their own fee/expenses policy.)

We can:

  • Provide quotes for newspaper and magazine articles
  • Write articles and blog posts
  • Write stories for publication
  • Be interviewed (individually or jointly)
  • Appear on panels about a specific subject
  • Appear at literary events (individually or jointly)
  • Give lectures to book clubs, schools, community groups and other organisations
  • Give readings.


We can group all of our writers and their novels into subjects and genres to help journalists and event organisers get quotes and form panels. Below are a number of suggestions, but the list is by no means comprehensive. If you’re interested in our writers speaking about the subjects below or any others, please do get in touch.

  • Friends/Friendship
  • Post apocalypse / dystopia
  • Parents and Families
  • Historical fiction
  • Childhood/Coming of Age
  • Crime/Mystery/Thriller
  • YA
  • Children’s fiction
  • WWI
  • Politics/War/Conflict
  • World War II
  • Sibling relationships
  • Romance

5 thoughts on “Work with Us

  1. I read about The Prime Writers on Vanessa’s post. I’m a writer from India. Is geographical location a criteria? I can see that all the members like in UK.
    Oh! most importantly, my debut book will be out in 2016 by Harper Collins, India and I’m 44 years old. Would love to join the group?
    Tx in advance

    Liked by 1 person

    • Congratulations on your debut, and the very best of luck with it! We’re currently closed to new members, but do send us an email with your details and we’ll let you know if that changes.


      • I join in my congratulations to Kanchana and would like to follow up on this question. Why closed? It would seem to only gain strength from numbers, and would not need to be more exclusive than the already unusual accomplishment of publishing a first work past the age of 40.


  2. Thank you for your question. It’s a question of logistics – we don’t want to take on more members than we can reasonably manage, and we don’t have the luxury of a dedicated administrator or website manager. The website and Twitter are means by which we try to connect with as many writers and readers as possible.


  3. Hi there writers over 40: That’s me, too. Though as with the above queries, I’m an American, and, it appears, interested in joining a now closed group. Would Kachana and JaneAustin above consider an offshoot group? I’d love to imitate Theprimewriters in a World version. PrimWriters — would that meet with your approval? I’m at and I blog at
    Thanks! Laura, YA author and photographer


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