My dream is "to be a writer" of children's books someday -- so I'm grown up, but my favorite books to read are still children's books. I'm on a job search for a "day job" in the world too, but would like to see if my dedication to writing could already pay off and make a contribution. Degrees: 2 A.A.'s: 1. Liberal Arts, 2. Library.
Articles, Copywriting, Data Entry Work, Editing, Poetry, Proofreading, ReWritten Articles, Technical Writing, Transcription,
Arts and Crafts, Education, Religion and Spirituality,
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Classes I succeeded in especially relevant to writing: Child Development Language & Literacy, Children's Literature, Motherhood in Literature and Art, PowerPoint for Windows, Elements of Interpersonal Communication, Counseling -- College & Professional Success, Learning and Academic Strategies, English classes; plus most other classes required me to put serious effort into writing. I used to be a dedicated writer all the time for classes -- why not try out freelance writing now! :D I have found typos while reading before, and wished they had asked ME to proofread first! I have also practiced transcription just for fun when listening to online talks. Plus I noticed that many automatic Closed Captions are not typed out correctly and need a human being to take the time to transcribe them, so that the deaf and/or hard of hearing can read along correctly. Check out my poems at the PoetrySoup link to see my creative writing side. :)