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Links to samples of review writing

Here are four links to samples of my review writing.

  • Three product reviews
  • One original walking route.

Each is search engine optimised using Yoast and similar. And using practices informed by current analytics. In the case of the first two examples I have used the opportunity as a contributor to GravityFed to provide a “motivational” “easy read” (350-450 words plus captions)  linking directly to a more in depth “user review” on Best Walks, (7o0 words plus links and captions).

This two part approach has provided the opportunity for comprehensive reviews that step beyond the apparent limitations suggested by current SEO and readership research. It has addressed two different audience populations and allowed me to make maximum use of current reading and research habits.  It also affords a much stronger approach to review and product promotion within current guidelines.

Sample writing

Alternative styles

Of course as a veteran professional I am able to write with a variety of voices and in different styles. To know more about my other work as a writer please visit

Review opportunities

Town, Country & Hill-Walking.
Trekking, General Mountaineering,
Backpacking & Camping.

I have homes in Ireland, England and France. I also have family bases in Norway and Indian Ocean. I travel, and pursue outdoor activities, extensively in all five locations. This provides a wide range of opportunities in which I may review products in real world activities and environments.  You can read about my current review practices here.

Other pursuits

I am also a cruiser sailor (yacht, coastal and blue water).  I drive/cox/coach a safety-boat and rescue RIB. Mark-lay for a number of regional, national and international events and occasional act as jury for some sailing events. I hold an ICC licence for blue-water, coastal, inland, sail and power up to 24 metres, and hold the usual radio and navigational licences. I am a sea canoeist and kit buggy enthusiast.

Snow-Shoes Pic D'Anie, Pyrénées (c)2016 Natasha Isabelle

Snow-shoes. Slopes of Pic D’Anie (1700 metres). A day’s walk from my mountain home, (Pyrénées).