Welcome to Write to Fit, my blog for college students and beginning writers of all ages. For the past ten years, I have taught English composition online and have answered countless questions for my students. I am starting this blog to share some of the answers that have been most beneficial to them. I will also use it to answer questions from readers of my Write to Fit books series. Both this blog (and eventually the book series) will cover writing issues that students find troublesome. I’ll be discussing everything from getting an idea for your project to creating a thesis and supporting it. I’ll be looking at various ways of organizing essays and articles, including narration, exemplification, comparison/contrast, classification, and more. There will be tips on how to revise, edit, and proofread your work in a way that will allow you to favorably impress your instructors and other readers.
If you have questions or topics you would like me to blog about, please fill out a contact form, and I’ll get back to you.
Copyright © 2015 Hazel Hart
I came to this site from your post on SEASONED ASPIRER. You are doing a great course of action by sharing your wisdom in writing. I was a college student not long ago and the pain from writing my honours thesis is still fresh in my mind. Wish I had discovered you when I was going through the ordeal!
I’m applying for TESOL course later this year and I’m sure your knowledge shared here will benefit me a lot. Thank you so much for your kind sharing.
Thanks for visiting. If you ever have any writing questions, be sure to ask. I’ll be happy to help.
are you going to continue the pierce family series ?
Yes, I hope to have Book 5, which will be titled “Hiram’s Girls”, finished in six to nine months. Jennie and Ella will be the main characters, and I believe it will focus on Thanksgiving and Christmas, 1860, with their father in Hidden Springs. There is a lot of family conflict and healing ahead.