Becoming A Good Writer

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Over the years, writing hasn’t been an easy task for me. It has taken me a lot of time to be able to write properly. However, I still have much to learn. Generally speaking, writing has personally impacted me in a positive way due to the fact that I have learned from it. I know that I will make mistakes along the road. However, mistakes are part of the process to became a good writer.

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