We are wordworx, a creative writing studio and independent publisher proudly based in Wrexham, North Wales.
Our mission is simple – to bring great stories to life. We are passionate about words and work on all kinds of projects in both the creative and commercial sectors including books, magazines, film, events and marketing. We work with a diverse range of authors in a variety of genres.
Welcome to wordworx. The story starts here.
We Bring Words to Life
Do you have a story to tell? We’re with you from A – Z.
Creative Writing Studio
We work with writers of all ages and abilities to help them develop their creativity, build confidence and unleash their potential.
We love making books happen. We work with both first time and established authors to get their books into print. No matter what kind of book you are working on and what stage of the journey you are at, we can work with you to turn your project into a reality.
Proofreading & Editing We can proofread your manuscript prior to printing so that you can be sure that you’ve crossed the T’s and dotted the I’s. We also offer editorial support, providing expert insight and actionable advice to help you deliver the best possible book.
Typesetting & Formatting We can take care of converting your manuscript into the final print-ready format, looking after all the technical aspects of interior layout and design to ensure that your pages are pleasing to read.
Publishing & Printing We have access to a network of UK-based book printing partners, allowing us to source printing for both regular and bespoke book specifications and any size of print run. We can also take care of ISBN allocations, legal deposit and distribution.
Cover Design & Artwork Our photographers and graphic designers can create an exceptional, eye-catching cover for your book.
Book Marketing We can look after every aspect of book marketing including author websites, social media marketing, PR, book launch events and more.
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