• In the world of classrooms, 'writing' is one of skills I've found to be both entertaining and stress-releiving, both for myself and others. A good writer can transport you away from your worries and cares, to a world of mystery, of magic, of romance. Yet, likewise, a bad writer may ruin your mind forever, creating literary barriers against all the skills of others. Yet how can you tell where you fall on the scale? Do you simply assume brilliance, or instead cringe and hide away every misbegotton word that falls from your pen? Writing is a competitive market; just where exactly do YOU place in it?