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This semester was what I expected it to be in terms of school and theamount of work I do not think that my writing style did not changethat much for I am not a very good writer Though something I didrealize about my writing was that I like to write about stories I alsoreally liked the research paper I had to do on college students and theinternet that was quite interesting In that paper I was trying to getcollege students more aware of what happens when they post pictures andeven simple statuses and what happen as a result I do not have anyparticular feelings toward my writingsI have only used the free writes as a way to get things out of my mindand onto the paper However I might consider keep doing it everyFriday as a online journal Where it would be simply about a notebooksize length and write about whatever I would feeling or thinking thatweek or day I mostly talked about personal feelings on a varietytopics unless the free write was directed I did not like the directedso much but the non-directed was interesting as to know what I wasthinking If I knew what I was thinking then I could get a betterunderstanding as to how to move and proceed from thereThe kind of writing before college was whatever the teacher gave me asa assignment I do not think there was any theme to it Possibly if athird-party looked at my work then maybe they could find a theme but Icouldnt While now I like to write about stories and this probablycomes from reading lots of fictional stories I like personal writingsomething that is very special to me however if I write I will not beshowing it to anyone else because of how personal it is The writingthat I hate the most is writing where I have express my
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