Writers in Charge

Archive for October, 2011

Get My FREE 7 Series Freelance Writing Course

If you want to take your freelance writing career to the next level but are yet to get my 7 series freelance writing course then you’re missing a lot. This 7 series email course walks you through the exact same process I used to build my freelance writing career, and I also share resources that […]

5 Ways To Successfully Break Through Writer’s Block

This is a guest post by Gregory Ciotti When writing at a prolific rate, (and let’s be honest, when compared to everyone else, authors, bloggers, and freelance writers write a lot) it can sometimes feel like a huge burden to come up with original content that you just know people will want to read on a […]

3 Proven Ways to Generate Fresh Post Ideas

This is a guest post by Aman Basanti. Of all the challenges I face as a blogger, one that I have never fallen prey to is the challenge of generating fresh content ideas. In fact, my problem is that I have too many topics to write about at any given time. Right now, for example, […]

CASE STUDY: An Inside Look Into the Results of 31 Guest Posts in One Week

Yes. You heard that right! I wrote 31 guest posts in one week, and I’d like to share the results with you. Challenges rock! I love taking on new challenges every once in a while, both for my clients and myself, and one thing I have noticed is that the results from these challenges always […]

Is THIS the Best Way For Writers to Make an Amazing Living in 2012?

I recently came across a serialized fiction called Yesterday’s Gone. Yesterday’s Gone is one of the few fiction books I read that I will be happy to share with anyone I come across. I was super excited when I had the opportunity to be able to interview the writer of Yesterday’s gone, to be able […]


Welcome! I'm Bamidele Onibalusi, a young writer and blogger. I believe writers are unique and highly talented individuals that should be given the respect they deserve. This blog offers practical advice to help you become truly in charge of your writing career.

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