If you struggle with

punctuation and grammar.

THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU.

Write A+ Papers is specifically designed for beginners and struggling students.


There are only four types of sentences. Once you know how to identify them, then punctuating them is easy.


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You vs The Rules of Grammar

About The Book

The goal of Write A+ Papers is to make you a better writer, not an expert in English grammar.

7

Easy Lessons

4

Types of Sentences

68

Pages

1,000's

of Successful

Students

The Sentence Identification Method

Teaches you how to easily identify the four types of sentences.

When you know what type of sentence you are writing, punctuating it is easy.

Teaches the Basics

Cuts out the confusing rules. So you can quickly improving your writing skills.

Cartoons

Sentence Builders, Wally and Sam, help you master the basics of punctuation.

Quizzes

Interactive quizzes to test your knowledge.

7th Grade to 70's

Designed for beginners and those that just need a refresher course.

The Sentence Identification Method has been successfully used to help thousands of students improve their writing skills.

About The Author

Write A+ Papers exists because of the dedication of Beverly Herrick.  It is the system she developed to teach her students the basic rules of punctuation.

Beverly Herrick, M.Ed.

Beverly Herrick found that most of the seniors in her English classes did not know how to correctly punctuate a sentence.  Unwilling to give students low grades for a skill they should have already learned; she developed the sentence identification method to quickly teach them the essentials of punctuation.

Beverly taught English for over 25 years. She left the classroom to take a job as an assistant principal and later as a middle school principal. Beverly passed away during the summer of 1998 after a long battle with cancer.

She earned her students respect and admiration by showing them that success was possible and they could earn an A in her class.  In the years that followed, many students credit their success in college and business to the skills they learn in her class.