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...a smart ESL writer's guide to writing and self-publishing a book.

Want to Learn How to Write Better and Self-Publish Even When English is Your Second Language?

An English as a Second Language (ESL) writer is one whose first or native language is not English. They are also called non-native English speakers/writers.

Are you an ESL student looking to improve your English-speaking abilities? Do you want your essays, research papers, and thesis to read as a native English speaker's?

Are you an ESL entrepreneur in need of fluent English for your online presence? Do you want to learn the basics of simple and complex writing in English?

I feel your pain, because I've been there.

Let's get this straight:

Non-native English speakers have difficulties constructing good English sentences.

Editing softwares don't help much. They only work for native speakers because the software was designed with errors natives make in mind. To get a software that'll work for you, the developer must have non-natives like you in mind.

Professional editors charge rates that bounce through the roof. The cost of hiring a professional editor goes into thousands of dollars. And they prefer working with fluent writers, because it will save them time.

And even grammar books are cumbersome. They are written in native English you'd try hard to understand.

If you're in a non-English-speaking country, learning and writing English fluently will pose additional challenges.

The environment won't help. This is in the sense that if all the writings around you, the materials you read, and the words you listen to everytime are in incorrect English, that's what will become of your English, too. If your English as a Second Language teacher keeps making errors in his or her English, sooner or later, it will get passed on to you. And most importantly, if you live in a city where local languages dominates, as a non-native English speaker, you will blend in and forget most things you've learned faster than you think.

The people won't help. Or, at least, may not help. Many non-natives are satisfied with their level of English language knowledge. And they'll even try to pass on errors they make onto others.

But I Can Help

Hello, my name is Abraham Adekunle, and I'm an ESL persona.

I perfectly understand what you're going through.

A few years ago, my writing was gibberish, lacked content, and contained a lot of verbosity.

It took countless sleepless nights and The Israelites' Journey to arrive where I am now.

So, could you give me a chance to ease that pain and direct you on the right path?

I don't claim to know everything about grammar, sentence structure, punctuation, dialog, etc. However, now, I write better and self-publish my books, too.

Yours For Free

Is something tugging at the back of your mind, telling you that you are not capable of learning how to write better in English? Silence the thought right now.

No need to embark on learning how to write like a native speaker, or hiring someone to do so for you, when you think you're not capable.

You Are Capable gives you the friendly pat on the back and the mentor's appropriate shove.

Download it for free now. Just enter your email address below, and I'll send it to you, along with tutorials on grammar, self-publishing guides, and non-fiction book reviews.

Publish as an ESL Author

Asides learning how to write better, you can also self-publish your book and become an ESL author.

I have.

While I'm not claiming to be the best expert around on writing and self-publishing for ESL writers, self-publishing a book, most especially as a non-native speaker, is a great feat.

Many people only dream about becoming a writer. Many wrote but abandoned it halfway. Many finished writing but their fears held them back from publishing it.

But I've gone past that.

The good news is that I can help you do so. I can help you:
  • Overcome your fears, procrastination, and bottlenecks. Believe me, the fears of an ESL writer is more than those of a native speaker. Yes, they might feel insecured the same way, they might feel like a fraud the same way, but it can never be for the same purpose.
  • Self-publish your book to the right audience.
  • Learn the ropes of DIY self-publishing as a starter.

On Write With Abraham, I give you resources on writing and self-publishing as an ESL writer via the blog, books, and paid services.

You'll find:
  • Lessons on basic English sentence and grammar construction.
  • My experience learning how to write better.
  • How to overcome the stigma of being a writer, both with native English speakers and your countrymen.
  • How to write for the American market and audience.
  • How to self-publish your book, even as an ESL writer.
  • How to register and run your blog without spending a fortune, build email lists of subscribers, and sell more books.
You can take advantage of the above resources by reading the blog, downloading my free resources, and buying my books.

Yours For Free