Failure, Writing's Constant Companion

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In Rachel Shteir’s essay, “Failure, Writing’s Constant Companion” Shteir states that “Failure in writing is not like failure in business” meaning that when writing you have to be able to recognize you strengths and weakness also that writers have to write every day to exercise their writing muscle and implement the ability to have coherent ideas into their writing. Admittedly when writers feel that there work is less than up to par to what they are capable of writing it’s not the end of the world, everyone gets stuck and its okay just to write anything that comes to you that will eventually inspire your work and get you back on track. However when you think of others peoples approval of your work this can distract you from on writing your best

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