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students in college and school
people in business
people in any situation
As my student:
You will receive personal attention from a professional writer and tutor with many years of experience in the use of the English language.
You will receive guidance in your writing to make you a better writer.
You will learn how to write using correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, logic, persuasion, and more.
Send me any current or past assignment.
Send it as a document (MS Word, Open Office, and others) attached to an email.
Send it to email@example.com.
Before you send your paper, consider these points:
Leave enough time (at least one week) for me to return your paper and for you to correct it, if you have a deadline to meet.
Use old assignments, instead, to learn how to improve your writing. In this way, you will not have the pressure of a deadline hanging over you.
Instead of sending your paper as an email attachment, you may send it via Google Docs. Choose this method only if you know how to work with Google Docs, and then use this address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To pay for this service:
Go to the Checkout Store below.
Choose your payment method, either Google's "Checkout Store" or "PayPal."
Click on "Add to Cart" in "Checkout Store" or in "PayPal." Payment of US $28 is for a paper up to 1,500 words.
Click on “Checkout.” (For PayPal, there is a choice of checkout buttons.)
Continue by following the directions given for your choice of payment method.
Contact Flawhound for a quote if you have a paper longer than 1,500 words.
Once payment is received, work will begin on your paper.
Checkout Store for Students and Would-be Writers
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more papers to Flawhound.
more you send, the more you will improve your writing.
you are under the age of 18, your parent/s or legal guardian must be
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- Look at the Site Navigation at the top of this web page.
- Find the link to "Eleven Steps to Improve Your English Writing Skills" and click on it.
- Click on the four text links—Reading, Vocabulary, Writing, Grammar—to open each article and to read about those eleven steps.
- Practice steps one through ten, daily.