Writing about your experience

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Its nice ,but when I write a story I think its great I tried all the suggested ways that are given, but still after completing it I feel its made up with a lot of mistakes and I get a feeling to just stop it ................................... when I say the stories to my friends in oral form they all like it and when I write it ,its not worth reading .All my friends say my stories are great , but to say it frankly I can not find the correct words to express it . What should I do??????????(I even asked my friend to write the story I made. I asked her to write it as I say the words but this does'nt works either). So help me out friends , what should I do????

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