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A Writer’s Guide to Overcoming Rejection

A Writer's Guide to Overcoming Rejection 26 FEBRUARY, 2018 Samuel Osho Toyota is a popular brand but it's not everyone's favorite. Coca-Cola has stayed with us for more than a century but some consumers will choose Pepsi ahead of Coke. Does that imply that Coca-Cola...

10 Must-Have Tools for Writers

10 Must-Have Tools for Writers 19 FEBRUARY, 2018 Samuel Osho A surgeon without a scalpel has no business in an operating theatre and a sailor without a compass will soon hit an iceberg. In today's fast-paced world where we swim in a sea of distractions, a writer needs...

Top 10 Writing Lessons of 2017

Top 10 Writing Lessons from 2017 17 DECEMBER, 2017 Samuel Osho Oh! My good friend, the year 2017, is waving goodbye but its departure is never without the blessing of a diary filled with memorable events. From the swearing-in of Donald Trump to the death of Don...

Shareable Quotes

If you are in need of inspiration, motivation and the mental energy to get a task done, some of these quotes may come in very handy for you. Quotable quotes often mean more than a thousand words - they just hit the nail right on the head. To share these images, just...

Meet the World’s 10 Highest-Paid Authors in 2017

Meet the World's 10 Highest-Paid Authors in 2017 10 DECEMBER, 2017 Samuel Osho Writing is a tough job. The ubiquity of writing has made it an indispensable tool for content creation in any space. To communicate an idea, it is either you speak or you write. Writing is...

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