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My 5th Grade Teacher Thought I Was A Terrible Writer

Here are the 5 lessons I learned from this situation…

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My fifth-grade teacher told my parents — in a parent-teacher conference — that I’m a terrible writer. Thankfully, my parents didn’t tell me this piece of information until many years later. However, it’s ironic that I published my first…

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We are just finding out what this writing thing is all about

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Destiny S. Harris

Destiny S. Harris

Author of 500+ books || Author @ age 11 — Inspiring others through writing (self-education) — Get FREE books from me daily📍 @ amazon.com/author/destinyharris

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