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Weird Jobs of 11 Famous Writers

Do you know that Stephen King was once a Janitor in a high school? Or that Charles Dickens once worked labelling jars in a shoe polish factory? It’s interesting how much can happen if you focus on your craft and don’t give up, and this infographic reveals weird jobs 11 of the world’s famous writers once held. I […]

10 Ridiculously Simple Ways to Find Article Ideas

Myra asked: “My problem is that I have been off work for long and when I think about coming back now, I can’t find topics to write about. How do I come up with interesting ideas?” I get lots of variations of this question from writers, and it makes sense that this is a major concern; […]

Master Spelling Skills and Improve Your Vocabulary in 5 Easy Steps

By Chassie Lee It all boils down to strategic learning. You can spend hours on end with word lists and spelling activities only to realize they don’t promote your learning. Don’t sweat it. Here are five easy ways you can improve your spelling and vocabulary the smart way.

How to Write The Best Ending For Your Story

Spoiler alert: No matter how great your story is, if the ending falls flat or doesn’t ring true, it ruins the entire story for the reader. You would think that endings should be easy to write—just wrap up all the story’s loose ends, tie the whole package with a neat little bow, and be done […]

6 Silly Writing Mistakes You Should Avoid

Marin Pickering shares 6 common mistakes you should avoid to be a better writer.

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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