Writers in Charge

Archive for March, 2013

Just Got a Book Deal … Now What?! [Part 1]

From Oni: As an avid reader of this blog, you should know how much we advocate getting clients to come to you instead of having to pitch them. The same approach can be used when trying to get a book deal. Writers in Charge contributor Karol, recently got a book deal and explains how he […]

The Fairy Tale Guide to Freelance Writing

Guest post by Bree Once upon a time, you decided to become a freelance writer. This decision may have taken you months or even years to reach, but now that you’ve taken the plunge into freelancing, you know there’s no turning back. However, you’ve quickly found that there’s so much organizing and marketing and general […]

4 Things CHESS Taught Me About Effective Blogging

This is an impressive guest post by Kingsley Agu on what chess can teach us about becoming a better blogger/writer; if you love chess, you’ll love this post! You can also find out how you can play with me – if you’re interested – towards the end of this post. I’ve been playing Chess for […]

6 Lessons a Vampire Can Teach You about Being an Extraordinary Freelance Writer

There’s a feeling that every freelance writer gets when they start to see the results from all their efforts in marketing, delivering value and networking… It’s the same feeling that a vampire gets when it tastes blood for the first time… And it’s the exact feeling Bella Swan, the newly initiated vampire in the Cullen […]

How to Overcome The ‘I’m Not a Good Writer’ Syndrome

“And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have outgoing guts to do it, and the imagination to improvise. The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.” – Sylvia Plath Do you think good writers are born with a pen in their hands or words flowing out of their mouths? No! It’s […]


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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