Personal Narrative: How World War I Changed My Life

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These struggles I had to face really hurt me inside, but I kept going and nothing could stop me. I had an interest of writing ever since I was young. I had a very pleasing childhood with my siblings. I remember the first day that I could write and talk. The person who really inspire me to start writing was my aunt. We were walking around england and I realized the importance of writing. I had a really good life until it all started to hit me. I really struggled with the things that were going to happen. WWI was right around the corner and I knew I had to enroll or else I would get drafted. I had even more struggles throughout my life that I can’t explain in two sentences. Throughout this book you will learn about my struggles with family, WWI,…show more content…
I was very nervous and scared, but the letters that my family gave me did do something. The letters my family gave me made me happy, but I was getting homesick from them(Carpenter 84). I appreciated the letters and all, but they didn 't do too much from me really. In addition to the letters, I had to endure the many deaths of my best friends(Carpenter 83). Obviously if you are in the army you’re going to have to endure these kinds of things. Going into the army I was assigned a signal officer(Carpenter 83). As a signal officer you are going to have to know exactly what to do. A signal officer leads the signal corps which is a system that monitors the communication of the entire Army, furthermore, If you do not know what to do you can basically screw up all of the communication between everyone. Not many things went well after I was done with the army. Family and writing problems started to kick into my life. These Ace Company struggles really affected my life nearly as much as…show more content…
To start off, I never knew about the Ace Company after what happened. Ace books is a publisher of fiction and fantasy books founded in 1952. This company did not cause any stress until what they did to me. However, Ace books randomly illegally published my book “The Lord of The Rings”(Carpenter 227).” I did not know what to think at first, but I was shocked after I took it into realization. We finally came to a solution and an outcome. Consequently, the outcome would be that for every illegally published book, Ace books would pay royalty for that(Carpenter 229). This was a very good way to end this topic, but I still did not end up profiting from this. During all of this, I lost a ton of precious writing time(Carpenter 227). I was happy with the Ace Books outcome, but the time wasted I was definitely not. I will have to make this up, but it was a long while that I could have used to be writing. I would have had more time to write, but the family issues were getting very bad. Many people I knew were passing and I had to attend the

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