So — you need to learn how to write better
Because you know what you want to say, but you don't know how to say it.
Because you have no idea how to make your writing "flow."
Because you just can't seem to get things organized.
It’s time to change all that.
There are 60 lessons in the Writing Whatever program.
I want to give you the first three.
I call them “The System.” And they are 100% FREE.
Strong writing skills are among the most important indicators for success in school, college, and the professional workplace. But for a variety of reasons, those skills have gradually been eroding, making their value even more in demand every year.
That's where Writing Whatever comes in. It is a complete program that follows a logical sequence—from sentences, to paragraphs, to essays and beyond. It is distinguished by its use of real authors to serve as models, and a truly unique method that is copyrighted and proven over decades.
I own that copyright, and I believe that everyone who writes, and everyone who teaches writing, should know “The System.”
These three lessons are the absolute foundation of everything that follows in the Writing Whatever program. I predict that after just an hour of your time, you will have a new understanding of writing as you have never known it before. And there's still 57 more lessons!
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Click Sentence, Paragraph, Essay, and Teacher's Guide in the top menu to find out more about all the courses.
“I learned more about writing in the first three days of this course than I did in my last three years in high school.”—A Write for College graduate
“Don, here is an excerpt from [my daughter's] acceptance letter from Brown: 'Your many accomplishments in and out of the classroom impressed the Board of Admissions, as did the strength and insight of your writing. We were particularly struck by your sensitive essay about your mother.' I can't thank you enough for your help with her essay and for the course. Her writing ability really blossomed over the summer. We are both very grateful for your amazing support. I can't say enough about the power of your course and your coaching.”—Mother of a graduate
“I just read his personal college essay, and there has been significant improvement in his writing. I'll be sending you several students next year, including my daughter.”—An independent school college counselor
“I won the Gold Key in the Scholastic Art and Writing for my portfolio. Considering that I came to US just a year before I took your class and that it has only been 4 years I have lived here, I think it's quite astonishing.”—A Write for College graduate
“Why didn't someone tell me all this years ago? I get it!”—A senior, half way through the Write for College course
“I have used your Stewart Grammar series for maybe 10 years now, and I love it. I credit your books with producing several National Merit Scholars at our tiny little school.”—English teacher and charter school founder
“I showed the short paper to my mom and to my dad. This was the first time in about three years I have shown either of them anything I've written... basically means this is the first time I have been proud of my writing. They said WOW, I wouldn't recognize this as your writing (a good thing). Pretty impressive. We have learned so much in just one week. Thanks!!!”—A junior
“ We have been using your program at [our school] for sixteen years. Our graduates have routinely outperformed their peers in college, especially in writing. Please be assured that I will never have anything but good to say about the Stewart English Program.”—Headmaster of a private academy
Q. Who should take this course?
A. The Writing Whatever program is sequential and works best if the three sections are studied in order. Schools using the program position the Sentence course between grades 7 and 10, the Paragraph course between grades 9 and 12, and the Essay course in grade 11 or 12. College students and adults generally follow the same sequence, as the later courses often refer back to previous lessons.
Q. What makes Writing Whatever so much better than what is being taught in most schools?
A. The approach that most schools use today is called “process writing,” which expects students to somehow arrive at competency through time-consuming trial and error, multiple drafts, and the advice of their peers, who are often no more skilled than they are. Writing Whatever students have a huge head start when they sit down to write. They know how to organize their ideas, how to choose the best vocabulary, how to punctuate, and how to edit. They achieve better results, faster, and with far less pain and frustration. The self-esteem that comes with such accomplishment is immeasurable.
Q. You say that your course applies to all kinds of writing, and to all kinds of writers. How can that be?
Besides classrooms, homeschooling, and freshman college writing centers, Writing Whatever reaches out even farther. Perhaps you have been out in the world for a while, and you want to get back to college to finish your degree—but you’re afraid of writing all those papers. This will help. Or maybe your boss has pointed out that you need to work on your writing skills in order to get that promotion you deserve. This will help. There are so many other reasons for needing to write better, but whatever your own personal goal, this will help you get there.
Q. Do I get to keep the course?
A. Yes, everything is yours to keep forever.
Q. What if it just doesn't work for me?
A. No matter which version of the program you purchase, we want you to be happy with it. Please try some of the lessons, and contact us if you think we can help, but if after 30 days you are not satisfied, your entire payment will be refunded.