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Western Kentucky University (English)
I graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in English from Western Kentucky University. My concentration is Creative Writing with a minor in Professional Writing, so I can help students across a variety of genres and styles. I am a published freelance writer, and I tutor students in writing, grammar, literary analysis, and editing. I'm also adept at research and literary analysis, and I interned with Dr. Rob Hale, the head of the WKU English Department. During my internship, I helped students learn to write effective literary essays.
It's wonderful when a student who once dreaded reading and writing produces a solid essay and gains the confidence to tackle the next assignment. You can do it, too! Whether you're unsure how to write a thesis statement, grammar makes you break out in hives, or you haven't the faintest idea what "A Tale of Two Cities" is really about, I'd love to help. My tutoring services also extend to professional writing and editing projects, such as memos, proposals, newsletters, brochures, and blog posts.
I specialize in English, Grammar, Creative and Professional Writing, Literary Analysis, Research, Editing, Biblical Analysis, and Essays.
I am available for face-to-face sessions in the evenings and on Saturdays. Please contact me to make a reservation. I graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in English from Western Kentucky University. My concentration is Creative Writing with a minor in Professional Writing, so I can help students across a variety of genres and styles. I am a
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I've studied the Bible extensively since attending junior high at a Christian school. During the past fifteen years, I've taught Sunday school and led small group Bible study for teenagers. I also write Christian devotions for publications such as Lifeway, for which I am required to have a strong foundation in Biblical principles.