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M. at the latest. First she checks her e-mail and then she gets ready to write. ) Martin has intense powers of concentration. Once she begins her work for the day, she is able to block out all outside interferences or distractions. Her cats are her only companions when she writes. Martin can write anywhere, but she must have absolute silence to work—no talking, television, or music. The first thing that Martin does when she begins her writing day is to read over and revise the material that she wrote the day before.
She was shy and uncomfortable when it was “A PRETTY WONDERFUL CHILDHOOD” her turn to give a presentation in the front of the class. Her two worst subjects were math and social studies. Her favorite subject was English, because she liked to write. “Excellent! Excellent! 25 Martin was one of the older children living on Dodds Lane, but she loved playing and interacting with the younger children. According to Martin, there was always some group of younger kids to play with, organize, or take care of.
She saved all the money she made baby-sitting to buy a Sears Kenmore sewing machine, which she kept for 25 years. Martin and Jane attended the Littlebrook Elementary School. Academically, Martin was a good student; she put a lot of pressure on herself to get good grades, and she succeeded. She enjoyed studying, doing homework, and working on school projects; however, socially, school was difficult for her. She was shy and uncomfortable when it was “A PRETTY WONDERFUL CHILDHOOD” her turn to give a presentation in the front of the class.