My Reflection Of Writing, And Personal Writing

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If I were to describe my writing style in one word it would be " ". I began to realize this the latter half of my sophomore year of high school. I was fortunate enough to have an excellent English department with supportive teachers throughout my four years at school. Each teacher I learned from was great at giving constructive feedback and always made me feel valued as a writer. I might not have been the best but throughout the different classes I took, I believe skills I have picked up along the way have made me a better writer. There's a point some people hit where writing doesn't feel like a chore, but rather they look forward to. I come from a family of readers as well as writers, and I like to believe they go hand-in-hand. I think that's why I looked forward to summer reading assignments and the essays that accompanied them. It became a way for me to reflect on the book I had just read, I got a better understanding of it when I needed to describe my favorite chapter or explain the plot.

Unless I am writing a research paper or a lab report, I like to write as if I am having a conversation with the reader. As Graycie Harmon once said, "Writers are just people who have a lot on the inside that they need to get to the outside, with pen and paper as their preferred method of transport."After reading a book or responding to a prompt, I really enjoy figuring out if I can connect any part of my piece to my life. This makes writing easier for myself. If you are writing a
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