Writers in Charge

Archive for January, 2013

How to Harness the Power of Your Writing to Land High-Paying Gigs

Guest post by Kelvon “Power is nothing without control”. I guess most of you are pretty familiar with this quote. Let me share with you a story of a friend of mine. My Friend’s name is Hulk. I guess most of you know him through his mystic virility and destructive aspiration. Yes, he’s an American […]

10 New Year Goals That Can Boost Your Freelance Writing Business

We all love making New Year resolutions. But the crazy thing is that most times, for most people, this love is short-lived. We enter the New Year clinking glasses and vowing to do blah, blah, blah. Then the end of January arrives and we are back to our old selves- breaking our “vows” and relenting […]

The Pomodoro Technique, Meditation, and Stress-free Writing

Guest post by Bill I don’t know about you, but I live a pretty busy life. A wife, kids, and a 40-hour work week. I also write eBooks and articles. In 2012, things got so hectic that I had to find some way to slow it down, regain my sanity, and figure out a way […]

How to Use Inverted Commas, Brackets and Capital Letters

Inverted commas (quotation marks), brackets and capital letters can be quite confusing to use for some people. This lesson is a quick reminder and is not meant to be all-inclusive or definitive. In the three sections below, you’ll learn how to use these common punctuation marks and make your blog posts pop. See the writing […]

How I Went from Earning $12/Article to $250/Article

Guest post by Sarah If you’ve read the bio on my new website, “Write Your Revolution,” you already know that web content writing is a career I stumbled into by accident.  I never set out to be a professional writer (in fact, I hold a nearly-worthless degree in Environmental Studies), but when a former website […]


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.

Find out more »