From A to Z as a Writer
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This paper addresses the weakness and strengths of the student. The student relates that while he may never be as good as Stephen King, he does understand the problems involved with rejections. The writer asserts that reflection of his writing should include his strengths and weaknesses, his mentor, the types of writing he does, and his memories. The writer emphasizes how from A to Z, each word must be carefully considered to make sure that it helps to paint a mental image for the reader.
From the Paper:"Many writers are rejected when they begin their writing careers. Many authors receive rejection letters including authors, such as Stephen King. "King received 30 rejections for his story of a tormented girl with telekinetic powers, and then he threw it in the trash" (14 Best Selling Books). If his wife, Tabitha had not encouraged King to send the book out one more time, "Carrie" would never been published. While I may never be as good as Stephen King, I do understand the problems involved with rejections. Reflection of my writing should include my strengths and weaknesses, my mentor, the types of writing I do, and my memories."
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