Joined 9 years ago
Carrie Ott is a professional author who enjoys any type of writing, though she particularly enjoys travel writing and educational work. Her work has appeared in celebrated journals and anthologies such as WritersWeekly and The Guide to the Teaching of English, and she has been paid for more than forty pieces which are featured all over the web. She also loves designing tattoos and biking. She is a Linguistics and Japanese double major. Currently, she is busily plonking away at her keyboard, trying to scribble out a 200k novel she's had planned for years.
11 months ago
Meeting a new person for the first time can leave you unsure of what to say to your new acquaintance after the initial "nice to meet you" is said and done. But for other people, there are certain things you should avoid saying.
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