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As far back as I can remember I always had a hard time writing short stories essays and etc for any class I came across in schooling I could imagine the root of my troubles of writing is perhaps that English wasnt my first language but my third I was born overseas Yokosuka Japan in fact Nine months after I was born my mother took me back to her mother country the Philippines By the time I arrived in the United States I developed my mothers native tongue and started learning English with my mother at the same time Since then grammar transactions and just putting my thoughts on paper became my struggles in writing At some point in my life though I did start writing in little diaries with the lock latch on it writing all my little secrets and random thoughts within it Up to this very day I still write in diaries but I have no worries about corrections within it because Im the only who reads and understands my way I also started writing after watching the movie Harriet the Spy The main character Harriet kept a notebook in which she would write what she spied on or who she spied on She wanted to grow up to be a good writer or a journalist and someone told her to be a good writer they need something to write about So Harriet was my inspiration to write in my own spy notebook but of course I failed to keep that up During my school years I always felt embarrassed to read allowed what I wrote down on my piece of paper When I was younger I couldnt handle criticisms from teachers and my peers who would just point one incorrect grammar statement and fragment of my paper after another I would become all panicky and nervous waiting around for response from my reader There even came a time where
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