Process Essay: A Career As A Writer

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when writing a paper many things need to go into consideration from the time you get the assignment to printing or submitting the final perfected copy. The first step is the generating ideas and puzzling them together in your first draft. Then you move on to revise, adding information and re-revising the paper you have spent so much time on. Normally then you leave the paper for a couple days with no editing if the writer has not waited until the last second to write the paper. After a few days the writer takes a fresh look at the paper and reworks any parts that still are not flawless. Then after the final save you submit the paper that you worked hard on. But when writing the paper it is not only the information or topic that helps the writer write it is the environment which includes everything from the room, the temperature, the music to the time of day and the kind of chair you are sitting in. Writing a paper or anything in general is almost like a production of a one man show where the conditions and outcomes are slightly different for everyone but in the end they have great story. Normally when I am writing I will try to brain storm but I do not write down the brain storming which is flawed on my part. When I do generate the idea and write them down it …show more content…
In high school I had a teacher that would let us edit and revise until we thought the paper where perfect which helped me as a writer edit my own papers somewhat because it is a skill that I will agree that I need a lot more work on. The music and sitting patterns I have just picked up from trying a lot of different things, it seems to help me focus easiest and most. But as I said every writer has there own methods which works best for them and that 's perfectly okay as long as we all get the result we want which is: the best final product we can possibly

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