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6 Books Every Writer Should Have on His/Her Bookshelf

Writers know that to write, you need to read, read, read. Not only is it helpful to read in your own genre, but to also get outside of it and read other genres and styles. Read about writing and read good writing. Any of the following books will boost your writing…but don’t just put them […]

Content Research – Things You Need to Know as a Writer

Guest post by Jawad Khan With so many people leaving their jobs over the past few years, either by choice or forcefully, and the scope of freelance writing increasing every day, it’s only natural that more and more people are adopting freelance content writing as a full-time profession. That obviously means that the field is getting […]

How to Market Your Freelance Writing Skills

Guest post by Paul Dunstone Like all professional fields, the field of freelance writing is a competitive one. With an endless array of freelance writers out there with incredibly strong portfolios of work, you may be asking yourself, how do I compete? The key is to take the “one foot in front of the other” approach. […]

Are You a Writer or a Coward?

Guest post by Trent Chances are, whether you would like to admit it or not, you’re a coward right now.  That may be a hard truth for you to face, but if you’re reading the material in this blog and you still spend the majority of your time working for someone else instead of following […]

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 […]

Onibalusi

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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