How does one define a "good" writing experience? To me, anything that gets the job done would be a good experience. Writing a letter, composing a story, or just a little note to say, "I love you," can all be successful ventures. Personally, I usually prefer the latter; however, in a lifetime, I feel the awful experiences are the ones that often stand out. Consequently, before I learned about the many benefits writing can bestow,
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bright student. Only in the long summer after did I truly discover how flawed my content was. Perhaps the weakest dismissal defense in the history of humankind. All of the spectacular syntax and grammar in the world couldn't have possibly saved something so weak in the middle. What I learned that summer was that, quite possibly, the passing of a dog I hadn't seen in two years was not the angle I should have pursued.