Episode 145: Own it! How to take charge of your own destiny as a writer with Abidemi Sanusi

September 10, 2019 01:04:32
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The Creative Writer's Toolbelt
Episode 145: Own it! How to take charge of your own destiny as a writer with Abidemi Sanusi
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My guest for this episode is Abidemi Sanusi. Abidemi is a Nigerian born former human rights worker turned author, and has been writing and publishing books across multiple genres for fifteen years. Her novel, Eyo, about a 10 year old girl trafficked to the UK with promises of a better life, was nominated for the Commonwealth Writers' Prize. She's also the founder of abidemi.tv, the website for ambitious writers', and she provides business success templates for freelance writers. A self-confessed tech geek, she is also the founder of writethemes.com - gorgeous Wordpress themes for writers that turn their Wordpress website visitors into paying fans.

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