Hazel Hart has recently retired after more than twenty-five years of teaching English at various levels from seventh grade through college freshman. Her degrees include a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Master of Arts in English.
A member of Kansas Authors Club, Hazel Hart has won awards for her short stories, including “Amanda Marie,” published in KANSAS VOICES, and “Confessions,” published in WORDS OUT OF THE FLATLANDS. Both prize-winning stories are included in an e-book collection, THE NANCY NOLAN SHOW, which is available on Amazon.
In addition, Hazel has three published suspense novels, THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS, FAMILY HISTORY, and POSSESSING SARA, and one young adult novel, THE SURVIVALIST’S DAUGHTER. She has co-authored two books of short stories, DARK SIDE OF THE RAINBOW and THE EDGE OF NOWHERE, with Bonnie Eaton aka B.J. Myrick, which are also available on Amazon.
Basic Sentence Structure is Hazel’s first nonfiction book. The second book in the Write to Fit series, Basic Sentence Add-Ons: Phrases, published in February 2015, is also available on Amazon.
You can find her fiction on Amazon and Smashwords.
Very cool to see what you are doing now! I had you as a teacher at Abe Hubert back in 1978. Your old student.
Judy, So good to hear from you. Did you know either of my children: Teresa or Steve Hart? They attended Abe Hubert while I was teaching there.