Writing Styles

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    Hannah Daigle
    Participant

    I wouldn’t call myself a writer. I’ve done the typical English classes needed in high school. I enjoy reading and reading essays but I don’t ever write unless I have too. I’ve tried journaling, I didn’t even have a diary when I was younger, it’s just not for me. I enjoy reading argumentative style writings, I learn things I didn’t know on other peoples positions of topics. I think my writing style is narrative. I’ve written a lot of essays about personal experiences and also fiction stories for English classes.

    #5191
    Demetri Burnett
    Participant

    The fact that you like Narrative writing is an reward in itself. The best part about it you can choose 1 of the 5 writing styles and I’m sure you’ll find the right style that complete an amazing essay, YOU GOT THIS!!!!

    #5236
    Rachel Vargo
    Participant

    I feel the same way about reading as you seem to feel about writing – I just never enjoyed it very much or did it for fun. Hopefully when we get to write about nursing topics, you’ll find it easier to write about something that interests you!

    #5250
    Brigette Robichaud
    Participant

    I can relate to not enjoying writing! But, I have high hopes this course will give us the knowledge and resources to expand our writing in our nursing careers!

    #6166
    Beverly Cogburn
    Moderator

    Hi Hannah,
    I find the narrative style of writing to be the most fun writing style because it is a form of self-expression.
    Beverly

    #7736
    Busayo Asebioyo
    Participant

    Hi Hannah,
    Narrative writing style is good, it helps the writer to express herself based on the story she is narrating.

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