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The present study examined the writing processes of 20 L1 writers and 20 L2 writers on a course task of writing a narrative in a Chinese university naturalistic setting, as well as the challenges they encountered and their coping strategies during the processes. Analyses of the data collected via questionnaire, journal and semi-structured interviews revealed that (1) both L1 and L2 writing processes were nonlinear and cyclical, involving a constant interplay of thinking, writing, and revisingdoi:10.7575/aiac.ijalel.v.2n.6p.88 fatcat:wyp245an4vbuxkgyyqvahgboji