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How to Write 5,000 Words a Day (my best productivity tips)

For at least 16 consecutive days now, I’ve been averaging 5,000 words a day; that’s around 80,000 words in a little over 2 weeks. In the past, I’ve had certain, occasional, days where I wrote 8,000 – 10,000 words, but that often meant I was unable to write for the rest of that week.

How to Write With Clarity

Apostrophes Love them or hate them, they affect the meaning of words so they have to be correct. An apostrophe indicates possession or an abbreviated word. David’s bag (possession – bag belongs to David).

How to Make Life Easy for your Readers

In my previous article (about punctuation) I stressed the importance of making your text flow smoothly. Avoid “stalling” your reader. If he finds your article difficult to follow, he might give up altogether in boredom or frustration. If you find it difficult to work out how to punctuate your sentence then it is probably too […]

Punctuation Made Easy for Writers

For good or bad, punctuation will make your writing stand out from the crowd. (There, I managed to use two hackneyed phrases in a single sentence!)

40 Ways to Boost Your Brain (Even If You’re The Dumbest Writer In The World)

By Lanre Truth be told, some writers are DUMB! Okay, not on a personal level, but we write dumb articles sometimes. Not that it’s our fault, but sometimes, we don’t do what it takes to produce quality. So, let’s play a little game, shall we?

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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