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Boubacar Barry Kate Glavin English 101 3, November 2017 Jill Parrot writes about how the key to improving novice writers experiences is improving how they think. The more reflective and logical you become the better your writing is. Just because your sentences don’t flow, or are fragments doesn’t mean you’re a bad writer. Be more aware of your thought process. Jill goes in depth about metacognition and how the more comfortable and experienced you are the more your writing will improve. But not everyone struggles, natural talent does exists. My perspective on challenges that inexperienced writers face is; not everyone is going to be a great writer, but that depends on you. Some people are born with great writing talent but that doesn’t mean you should get discouraged. It should make you want to try harder to surpass the people with talent. From experience I would say the most challenging part about writing would be starting the paper. Whenever I try to start, I have to get over the wall of writer's block and procrastination. Improved writing can be taught, Many people never start their writing because they’re afraid of failing. Without hard work and dedication you won't be able to achieve. You don’t have to start at the introduction. If there’s a particular part that you’re intrigued about writing, it’s perfectly fine to jump to it. Don’t get discouraged by other people or written works. Jill writes “In fact, at times throughout history, the best authors were believed to have been chosen and directly inspired by God Himself.” Since only chosen individuals are good writers, don’t agonize about not being the best. Just write. Take a deep breath and calm down. Papers are not the end of the world, “when a previously bad writers sees improvement, sees the value of
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