Joined 10 years ago from United Kingdom
Sarah-Jayne Gratton is an author, screenwriter and European presenter of You Are The Supermodel (Fox TV). She has a PhD in psychology and has written a number of highly regarded articles on the subject of personal branding. Her latest book, Zero to 100,000 (already on the business best-seller list at Amazon) is available to order now!
Sarah-Jayne's first one-act comedy/drama Different Corners, was produced in the United Kingdom to rave reviews and has recently been submitted for general release. Her screenplays include Intermission, Stay, The Pickup Truck and Roundhouse. She is a member of the International Association of Writers, Worldwide Media Professionals and the Freelance Journalist Directory.
Follow Sarah-Jayne on Twitter: http://twitter.com/grattongirl
Find out more about her work at: www.sarahjaynegratton.com
3 years ago
Find out all about jug puppies in this article about the adorable Jack Russell and pug designer crossbreed that has won the nation's heart.
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