Hire Me

Writing has always been one of my favourite things to do and I love trying new fields that are outside my usual expertise. Here’s what I’ve done so far in almost 7 years of professional writing:

  • feature articles
  • press releases
  • web copy
  • editing/proofreading
  • event coverage
  • profiles
  • short stories
  • comics writing
  • advertorials
  • movie reviews
  • copywriting
  • ghostwriting
  • blogging

Publications that I’ve written for include: 

  • Wawa in Kids World (kids)
  • Vita Edition (teenagers)
  • Teenage (teenagers)
  • Parents World (parents)
  • Cross Roads (young adults)
  • Exquisite (lifestyle)
  • Point (business)
  • Winning Post (Singapore Turf Club)
  • SilverKris (travel)
  • Home and Style (interior design)
  • Lookbox (interior design)
  • The Graduate (NUSS)
  • Storm (business)

Some of my clients are:

  • COLDWEAR Singapore
  • Ministry of Chair
  • NSGI Group
  • Vernicia Health Services
  • KidzGrow Online
  • Hotpot Culture Restaurant
  • MENSA Singapore
  • Tenable Services
  • Redstone Communications
  • E-Quill Media

Testimonials:

I have engaged Lilian Wu’s freelance writing services for the past year for Ministry of Chair (an online retail store for bean bag chairs) and Home and Style (a website that offers the latest news on interior design trends, renovation ideas, architecture and real estate property news). She delivers professional work that more than meets my needs and often makes great suggestions on how to improve my content. Definitely a writer I enjoy working with on a long term basis!

Samuel Ng, Co-founder of NSGI Group

Lilian contributed a column on Japanese pop culture to the 2009 season of Vita Edition, our magazine for students. As the editor managing Vita, I find her articles very well-written in two aspects:

  1. They are well-researched, effectively presented and substantiated by a wide range of contacts.
  2. Excellent flow, word usage and spelling/grammar consistency.

Lilian has also been very supportive in providing additional material, complete with permissions where necessary, and putting me directly in touch with useful contacts. I would personally be very happy to ask her to do another column for the next season of Vita.

– Mint Kang, Project Manager of Vita Edition

You can reach me at lilian[at]lilianwu.com for a no-obligation discussion on how I can help you reach out to your customers, clientèle or readers. Samples of my past work can also be viewed here.

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