In most respects, this book is an absolute Bible for writers interested in the freelance magazine market. The book provides detailed listings of the stock British magazines, such as Bella, and My Weekly, with useful summaries of content, and style. Aspects include comprehensive listings of the "best" magazines to write for, based on the quantity of freelance material which a magazine generally uses, tallied against the amount it tends to pay for these contributions. Other monetary details on the magazines rates of pay are found in the main listings, and factors such as which magazines pay for reader's letters, and how much, are conveniently listed in a separate column. While this is a very useful reference book, the selection of magazines it covers is limited. The book tends to omit newer publications such as FHM, for example, or more specialised music magazines which would still be of interest to a freelance writer. Use this book to fill in the details which a more comprehensive guide (such as "The Writers Handbook", by Barry Turner), may omit, and you'll find it a useful addition to your bookshelf. The book also contains a selection of independent magazines, which are not usually listed in other publications.