Jeremy Seal is a travel writer, historian and broadcaster. He has worked with businesses including Sawday’s Publishing, Verisk Maplecroft, and Environet, as well as a number of charities. He specialises in identifying where the writer can lose the reader – where sentences, phrases, or even single words can go wrong – and showing how to keep the reader reading. Jeremy has been an RLF Fellow at the University of Bath and has taught widely on residential writing courses and as a teacher of English as a Foreign Language. His award-winning books include A Fez of the Heart and Meander.