Reflective Essay: Who Am I As A Writer

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Who am I as a writer? To be honest I stare at this paper for a really long time trying to figure out how to answer. I don’t really know what exactly describes a writer. But if I have to describe the way I write it would be by saying that I am a free writer. I like to make the readers see what I write and feel my words. I know that most people pay more attention on how a word is written or use in a sentence but I think that at the end of the day, a writer expects the reader to feel something after the reading is done. I am a kind of writer that likes to put on paper the first things that come up to my mind because I believe they are the things that I actually mean but, I know that sometimes the mind can be tricky and only one can understand what is happening therefore, writers have different approaches to help them form their art for example: the attitude, the practice, voice, and impact.
In the book, “Essays on Writing”, chapter one is dedicated to attitudes towards writing it states, “Many writing specialist believe that one’s attitude toward writing influences one’s ability to write.” (Page1) I understand that attitude towards anything can be a real difference in someone’s performance but when it comes to writing my attitude is not the best. Since I wasn’t a very expressive girl, I was exited to know that there was a way to put all my thoughts and concerns in a piece of paper and be able to
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Like I explain before, I like to make my reader feel my words and illustrate in their minds what they read. As a free writer I like to transmit a positive attitude with my words, I like to practice the many ways I can use a word, and I like to think that I am still trying o find my voice as a writer because I am still learning new things every day. And as a free writer I am always open to new
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