After reading â€œThe Makerâ€™s Eye: Revising Your Own Manuscriptâ€ (pp. 109-113). Answer the following questions:What part of the process is most important to you? (Prewriting/Discovery; Drafting; Revision; Editing/Final) (100- 150 words)How do you feel when approaching a writing assignment? Are you confident? Stressed? (100- 150 words)In week two, you will write an essay explaining your writing process. Compose a working thesis statement about your writing process. Be sure to include: 1) How effective your writing process is. 2) three key points that support your main idea of the effectiveness or ineffectiveness of your writing. Thesis statement should be one sentence.Respond to the following statements from Murrayâ€™s essay. (250 words)â€œWhen students complete a first draft, they consider the job of writing doneâ€””â€œA piece of writing is never finished. It is delivered to a deadline, torn out of the typewriter on demand, sent off with a sense of accomplishment and shame and pride and frustration. If only there were a couple more days, time for another run at it, perhaps then … .â€Book use is Muller, G.H. (2014). Reader Issues across the disciplines (12th ed). New York, NY: The McGraw-Hill.