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    Science Fiction Writing: Fiction or Prediction? Much like a window into our future’s worst nightmares, the science fiction genre allows one to get that “based on a true story” horror movie feel for what could happen to the world we know. The books and stories that fall upon this category are not supposed to be a foolproof, flawless prediction of the daily lives of future generations, but do often hold some truth in the erratic world of tomorrow since they are frequently based on real events. Science fiction writings often place the reader into a post-apocalyptic, dystopian society which has been molded from stretched truths of what is going on in the present today. Science fiction writing allows writers to adumbrate our universe’s future through…

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    As a writer I believe I still have a lot more to learn. In writing I think writing fiction is one of my strengths, for example I do enjoy writing short stories on my free time just for fun. I often share them with one of my friends and my cousin. I am still pretty shy about them, but they seem to really like them. Although, they are not the best stories I can spend a lot of time writing them without getting bored. I also enjoy writing argumentative essays, finding evidence that supports my…

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    I am a writer. I used to write fanfiction. I’ve been writing fanfiction about my favorite interests ever since I was in the seventh grade; I usually write angst or stories with happy endings. Writing fan fiction was a hobby of mine until I entered high school because I loved writing whatever was in my imagination and I get to express my thoughts and feelings. Nowadays, I write about analysis or evaluation of a story written decades ago. When it comes to essays or anything with a due date, I am…

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    You laid in your bed, your hair a tangled mess and your face resembling that of a zombies. You groaned as you shuffled in the bed, roughly kicking the covers away because the heat was irritating you. You sighed. The memories of the night was still fresh in your mind, replaying at every chance it got; now was no exception. "Kian?" You stumbled into the apartment, your vision a blurry mess. "Kian." You dragged out his name in an attempt to get him to respond. You looked at the sofa and sighed.…

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    In the weeks after Zach 's confidential conversation with Big, he noticed a change in the conduct of General Jackson. For all of his life, the General had been an aloof, distant creature. Whenever he encountered another masculine creature, regardless of specie, he always conveyed a sense of superiority creating the impression that he felt the other creature was a poor specimen of manhood compared to him. He couldn 't help himself. He was just a tomcat. In the weeks following Jack 's…

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    In the novel A Christmas Carol, written by Charles Dickens, there are many ways in which Ebenezer Scrooge is redeemed by Jacob Marley’s ghost and the three Christmas Spirits. The novel’s setting starts in London where there are serious world problems lurking. Dickens, throughout the novel, does not stray far from showing the importance of maintaining good humanity in one’s lifetime. Dickens depicts this through the main character, Scrooge, showing his redemption from the beginning and end of the…

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    orphanage, in the ‘baby room’ at exactly the same time,” Erik Valeur, the author of Det Syvende Barn, told Nordic Style Magazine in an interview. This popular Scandinavian novel was translated to English as The Seventh Child, which can best be described as a fusion of the author’s old non-fictional inditing and his amateur fictional writing. This mystery thriller revolves around an obscure, but once thriving, reporter who investigates a mysterious package he received, which contained a picture…

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    I distinctly recall investing my entire being into reading and writing around the age of four. My mother and father stepped foot onto this country’s soil with merely three small duffle bags stuffed with all of their personal items. With a lack of money and a severely strict budget, they had to do whatever they could to provide my sister, my two brothers and I with whatever was necessary to live. My father worked numerous jobs throughout the day and night as a taxi driver, a Time Warner cable…

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    Crane got into novel writing using his true life experiences from New York. The novel, The Red Badge of Courage “leaves the impression that Crane's own life as a street reporter, war correspondent, novelist and aspiring bon vivant was perhaps his most original piece of work” (Mitgang). This work is centered around a young soldier named Henry, who struggled with the day-to-day decision of risking his life to defend his country or to run away from the situation out of fear of losing his life.…

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    time to think about. I have never stopped to think about where my influences have come from. I recently came back into writing so I will use writings and influences from when I used to write frequently in high school and shortly after. I have kept most of what I have written and going back to them has been a sad experience. Very little of what I wrote was happy, but I wrote from my heart. I never liked following the rules and I only wrote for myself. While I would be ecstatic to say that I…

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