The Skill of Writing
Writing and reading are two essential skills that we need to have in order to succeed in any field of study that we have chosen. Without these two we would not be here, wouldn’t be writing right now and would be considered the lowest class of our society. There are different aspects of writing that each of us may, or may not, excel at. Some of us are creative enough to write short stories or even novels on fiction while others, like me, are better at writing essays. To accomplish this we have all had a person to inspire us, to drive us, to get us over the hump of confidence that we need to succeed. Still to be successful we need to count on ourselves to succeed.
I for one am better at writing essays on a topic than writing a short story about something fiction. To me that is a problem, I am not creative enough to write stories even about my life, but I do excel at writing to a given purpose such as a topic. I feel stronger at essays than at any other part of my writing abilities. When I start writing short stories I feel lost, I confuse myself because I think too much in the way I want to be creative. Thinking usually confuses me even more which at the end I don’t get anything done right. I can easily write essays when I have a given prompt, I run into the trouble when I have to think up the prompt. To me writing essays has become part of me; it isn’t longer a strain to perform.
You can almost say that it comes naturally. It has become naturally because of a person that deeply affected at my writing skills and that person was a teacher by the name of Mrs. Donnellan. At the beginning of the year we were afraid of writing essays. The first essay that we wrote took us about two...