What I love doing most

Scholarship Entrant: Jasmine from Upper Marlboro, Maryland
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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If I could earn a living doing what I love doing most, that would be reading. Reading gives me a sense of peace. I would use reading to change the world by using everything that I’ve read in books and write my own story. I want to bring all the thoughts and images from my head and put them onto paper. I want the world to know, not all urban fiction novels are the same and I want to bring a different vibe and flavor to urban fiction novels. The specific goals I would take to make my dream a reality are, first, start by writing short stories just to get a flow going. I would get as many people as I possibly could to read my short story and get as many opinions on it. After I get opinions on my short story, I would make the necessary changes and start working on the main story. Reading is a passion for me. When I pick up a book, it’s like I become one with the book. I get into my own little world. I want the world to feel about reading how I feel about reading. I want them to get lost in the book I write in the near future. Reading makes all of my troubles go away and I want the world to think about nothing but the story that’s right in front of them.

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