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Revealed: 21 Ways To Pick Abdullahi’s Brain For Free

Revealed: 21 Ways To Pick Abdullahi’s Brain For Free

Abdullahi’s Note: This is a guest post by Muhiz Ogunwomoju (MOAB), a writer who breaks his silence with his pen and helps other people break theirs, too, for the purpose of creating change. He blogs at ThoughtsByPen and you can also follow him on Twitter: @moabsophy. *** It’s no news that great men stood on […]

How I Buy Amazon Books In Nigeria Without Shipping Cost

How I Buy Amazon Books In Nigeria Without Shipping Cost

If you’ve ever tried to buy Amazon books, then you’d know that the shipping cost is insanely exorbitant and some titles aren’t sold to Nigerian residents. Many times than I can remember, I’ve attempted to buy books on Amazon and ended up dumping the transaction because the shipping fee is far higher than the book […]

“Do Great Writers Steal?” Yes, And That’s OK. Here’s Why

“Do Great Writers Steal?” Yes, And That’s OK. Here’s Why

It’s true: great writers are serial thieves. So are successful entrepreneurs, artists and change makers. That sounds wrong, I know. But it’s totally fine. And rather than get mad at how I glorify their theft, you should understand why and how they steal, and how you, too, can and should start ‘stealing’ your way to […]

Challenging Yourself To Become A Better Writer

Challenging Yourself To Become A Better Writer

[stextbox id=”info”] Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Sherry Franklin who’s both a college student and an occasional writer for a college paper writing service. She knows quite a lot about blogging and the Internet which is why she grabs every opportunity to share her knowledge whether she’s online or offline. Follow her […]

6 Essential Research Tips To Make You A Smarter Writer

6 Essential Research Tips To Make You A Smarter Writer

Do you feel intimidated by the need to make research in your writing projects? Well, you’re not alone. Many writers feel the same way. But you see, shying away from making research isn’t the way out for you. Why? Because it’s inevitable if you must write well. A good writer is a good questioner … […]

I’ve Failed, I’ve Learnt And I’m Growing

I’ve Failed, I’ve Learnt And I’m Growing

In my short sojourn in life, I’ve tasted failure many times: I attended 6 different primary schools, wallowed in abject penury for many years, wrote more than 15 essay contests before I ever won 1, operated 2 blogs before which did not work, etc. It is part of life. But you see: I’ve learnt a […]

On The Shoulders Of Giants: Read Winning Entries, Write Better And Win More

On The Shoulders Of Giants: Read Winning Entries, Write Better And Win More

If I could show you a sure way to get your goal, would you instead prefer to use a trial-and-error approach? I bet no. Preferring to learn from your own experience is sheer idiocy – could even be painful – if there are forerunners from whose reservoir of knowledge and experience you can tap. Why […]

Why Search Engines Don’t Get You Relevant Results – And What To Do About It

Why Search Engines Don’t Get You Relevant Results – And What To Do About It

Making research is very essential to the writing craft. Unfortunately however, many essayists see it as an arduous task at best and a stumbling block at worse. Hence, they either out rightly neglect it or toil too hard on it and get an insignificant result. This should not be the case. Research can be fun […]

Writing An Essay: Personal Reflections Or Vigorous Research?

Writing An Essay: Personal Reflections Or Vigorous Research?

Should an essay be the result of the author’s personal and independent thoughts or the outcome of thorough scholarly research? Have you ever asked yourself or someone else this question? It’s a rather simple query, but no simple answer goes with. Earlier this week, one reader of Naija Writers’ Coach messaged me: “I want to […]