Have you ever read a blog post or a book and come across an obvious spelling error or a really awkward sentence? Did it make you think about that piece of content differently? 

That's why I'm here. I'm a content polisher.

I make sure that nobody is going to read your piece of content and think of it differently because of the writing or grammar. 

I make sure that you're confident in your work—confident that it is free of errors and written as well as it could be.

I make sure that you are communicating your message as clearly and effectively as you possibly can.

And I do all that in partnership with you, to make sure that you're happy with your content, and to make sure your voice isn't lost in the process.

If you're producing content, how that content is written is important.

It's going to determine how people think of you and your content, and possibly even determine whether they'll become a follower or buy from you.

So why should you work with me to improve your content?

I've been writing and editing since I was little—I've been doing it all my life. Writing and editing is my passion, and I've been developing my skills for years. 

My field of interest is blogging, infopreneurship, and business, so if you're producing content for an audience, we're probably going to be a good fit.

So, who am I?

I'm Rosie Morley. I live in Brisbane, Australia with my boyfriend and far too many books. I graduated from the University of Queensland in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts (majoring in English Literature and History), and now I'm studying my Master of Arts (Writing, Editing, and Publishing).

Why did I start Hedera House? When I left my job in a small educational consultancy where I'd worked for three years, doing all sorts of things from managing the office and the staff to producing text books, I couldn't find another job. I looked for almost a year before I decided that I was going to take control of my life.

I teamed up with a friend, Charlotte McNab, to create Hedera Editing & Publishing. We offered a broad range of services (testing the waters!), including editing, self-publishing assistance, branding, and social media management. 

Six months later, Charlotte moved onto new adventures, and I decided it was time to refresh the business and focus on the things that I really loved doing—not social media management, that is.

So I created Hedera House and decided to only work with bloggers, infopreneurs, and small-biz owners who were passionate about creating high-quality content.

I hope that tells you a bit about my journey. If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch. I'd love to hear from you.

Official bio: Rosie has been writing and editing for most of her life. She's heavily involved in the blogging and online content community and is passionate about the exciting growth of online writing spaces. In 2013, she graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in English Literature and History, and she's currently completing her Masters in Writing, Editing, and Publishing. Her career so far has seen her involved in diverse projects that include publishing educational text books, organising writers' festivals, and managing teams of staff writers. Rosie has brought these unique experiences and her passion for words to her business, Hedera House.

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Still here? Get to know me a bit better...

  • I've reread the Harry Potter series about a bazillion times. Whenever I reread the books, they still keep me up all night—I can never put them down. The fastest I ever read the whole series was two weeks (I was camping...).
  • I also love most of Tamora Pierce's books, especially the Alanna, Alianne, and Daine books—and I reread those every so often, as well.
  • I hate the heat—and Brisbane gets hot! I can't wait to move somewhere I can wear woolly socks and jumpers most of the year.
  • I'm currently 25 years old. My birthday is in July.
  • The first story I remember writing was about a dog getting stuck in quickly setting concrete. That was year two... and my powers of creativity have only grown since then.