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  • Me As A Writer

    One of the things that makes me as a stronger and more develop writer, is what my passion lies on, which is Filmmaking. There are also many different ways that you can be stronger as a writer, but what is the point of doing something if you are not enjoying it. A quote from one of my favorite actress Jennifer Love Hewitt, “The ultimate dream in life is to be able to do what you love and learn something from it”. Therefore, as a filmmaker, I always thought that writing is a really good practice and advantage to develop you as a better Director. So, I'm gonna take advantage of times I got to write full length essays or formal letter, and us that as a development skill for my behalf. There are a couple elements where Writing really helps me…

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  • My Strength As A Writer

    My strength as a writer is to be able to include my life experience in my writing. A good writer draws a person into their story or makes a story relatable to others. My challenges are being able to grammatically correct the sentence in order for them to flow. However, If I slowdown, I can make sure, that I am telling the story in its entirety, precise and to the point. This will help me tremendously. Based on the feedback I received from prior assignments turned in, the first assignment was…

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  • The Importance Of Experience As A Writer

    a good writer, and there are three crucial components to this. Initially, creativity is the number one element of writing, because in order to write, one may have to know how to think outside the box and go beyond expectations to spruce up an essay, article, etc. To continue, experience is also important since it is needed in the writing process,…

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  • My Life As A Writer

    It’s step one, step two, back to step one to fix some ideas and then again to step two, over and over again until the final writing piece is exactly where the writer wants it to be. Murray talks about the writing process in her essay, “The writing process itself can be divided into three stages: prewriting, writing, and rewriting. The amount of time that a writer spends in each stage depends on his personality, his work habits, his maturity as a craftsman, and the challenge of what he is trying…

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  • Becoming An Appropriate Writer

    As I look back on my goal statement from the beginning of this term, my goals were to become a competent writer by sharpening my APA and writing skills. The process of becoming a competent, skilled writer, I know will be a long one. For this class, I do think I have partially met my goals, and that I will continue to learn and become a better writer as continue my education here at Frontier. The requirements of APA style does not intimidate me as much as when I started class. I guess the…

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  • My Favorite Writer

    Growing up writing has always been an important part of my life and for that reason, some of my fondest memories of my childhood were when I would write with my father. He would teach me to write using different genres of writing and in doing so I became a proficient writer. I always enjoyed writing because it was the way that I could illustrate my creativity in words, the way for me to express my ideas, and the way for me to get lost in time doing something I enjoyed. My favorite form of…

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  • Reflective Essay: The Strength Of A Writer

    With every writer there comes a paper of some sort, whether it is an outstanding paper or an awful paper a writer tends to have some sort of strength and some sort of weakness throughout. With each ability that a writer has, whether it is a strength of organization, order of thesis or a strong introduction or it is a weakness such as catching a comma splice, or being just below the length requirement, resources are available to improve. However, the strength I find to come naturally to me…

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  • Comparison Essay: A Career As A Writer

    Some author duties includes choosing a subject area that interests the reader, writing ads for newspapers, magazines, broadcasts, and the internet, working with editors and clients to fix material, and conducting research to get information. Some work environments of an author are: 8% is professional, scientific, and technical services, 4% is religious, grantmaking, civic, professional, and more, 3% is arts, entertainment, and recreation, and ⅔ of writers are self employed. To become an author a…

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  • The Importance Of Ideas By Successful Writers

    For someone who has done any amount of creative writing, it should be clear, ideas are not easy to come by. Commonly, artists are plagued with hours of procrastination, yielding clean houses, empty inboxes, and plenty of watched YouTube videos, but not a word on the page. How do successful writers manage their time and ideas to create thousand page novels or Oscar winning screenplays? Temperance, or the ability to master physical desires, helps a writer control him or herself and stick to a…

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  • Forever Writers Testimonials Essay

    Forever Writers - Testimonials Our member writers here are submitted their testimonials on how well they experience to participate in Forever Writers website. These are the past and current testimony of our members: I wanted to take this opportunity to let you know how grateful I am to have Forever Writers in my life and how thankful I am for all of your help and support. —Trisha Though I had been writing experience for years, I did not have a good system for sending them out to places. When…

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