Who is this Jools Stone you speak of?
So here be me.
I'm a freelance travel writer, copywriter and digital marketing consultant based in Brighton, specialising in arts, music, travel, technology, property and lifestyle.
My latest project is working with Prosper Community, a non-profit community start-up helping to solve refugee issues through technology.
My work has been published in the Guardian, Sunday Times Travel magazine, the Scotsman, Club Life magazine, Scotland on Sunday, Luxurious Magazine, Electronic Sound Magazine, the List and many more.
I'm available for social media consultancy, copywriting, blogging in residence, sheep shearing, leap-yearing, a shoulder to cry on, a boulder to die on, weddings, parties, barmitzvahs, funerals, corporate speaking, kumquats leaking, assorted freebies, junkets, whirlygigs and sundry capers, sunday papers, olives, artichokes, arty jokes, pepperoni and phoney macaroni, misadventures, kissing dentures, misdemeanours, blissful lemurs and picturesque picaresques.
You name it, I'll game it!
Come on then, you let's be 'aving yer!
And now for the sensible bit...
Jools Stone is an experienced, engaging and reliable writer, marketeer and social media fixer.
Some of his clients and credits include: VisitScotland, the National Trust for Scotland, the Train Chartering Company, Tesco, Ashford Property, Clydesdale Bank, National Musuems Scotland, Club Med, Holiday Hypermarket and the Kentucky Tourism Board.
His award-winning blogs, Trains on the Brain andRailway Stays, blend quirky and distinctive travel narrative with an independent focus on train travel and indie travel 'for grown-ups', including lively and informed content on destinations, hotels and related culture.