Becoming A Writer: An Intellectual Analysis

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As a child, my only interests were in drawing, reading and writing. Those were the skills I had developed. The ones I had utilized in daily life, and the ones I saw myself fostering from childhood to adulthood. I had terrible handwriting, and struggled with punctuation placement. I was messy and always colored outside the lines; nevertheless, I was content with my adroitness in making portraits, writing stories, and reading books quickly. I thought I could be an animator, a novelist, or an editor, but, as a college freshman, despite the expectations I had when I was younger, I want to study medicine.

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