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Tuesday, August 09, 2011


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Carrie Deahl

@S.C. Green. Glad you're finding my blog helpful. A mentor and good friend once told me, "Real writing is where you start revising." As we work through Revising and Editing, our original drafts often become too confusing to read, which is when we know it's time to re-draft.

Thanks for the blog award! This is the first award I've received for my blog, and I'm honored. I hope that your readers will find my blog helpful as well. Keep writing and visit often!

S. C. Green

I remember having to do many drafts before having a completed "published" paper. I also vaguely swearing to myself that I'd never write that many drafts in any future writings. Oh, how naive I was. I'm really enjoying reading these posts. To see the thoughts behind the assignments, even now, helps me understand some of the work I did in school. I've even picked up a few new strategies. For these reasons I would like to give you a blog award. To pick it up, please visit my group blog, The Parking Lot Confessional: http://parkinglotconfessional.com/2011/08/12/the-2011-validation-tickets-part-iii-of-iii/

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