Need homework help? Okay, here's the bottom line: I won't do it for you! I will help you out in any way I can though. First you need to read through this page and make sure you understand what I will and won't do. Then, when you're done with that, click on the link at the bottom of the page to proceed to my Homework Information page. If you still have questions afterwards, I recommend you read through my FAQ before you e-mail me. Good luck!
My Homework Policy
WHAT I WON'T DO:
- I will not do your homework for you! Not even if you pay me! (And I have had offers...)
- I will not send you pages of information (biography, bibliography, timeline, etc.) whether snail mail or e–mail. This stuff is easily found at this website and (if you really do want it) you can download it for yourself.
- I do not have book reports or essays you can download and claim as your own. Whatever materials are posted at this site are for research and entertainment purposes only. Plagiarism is a bad, bad thing. (I'll also warn you: teachers know about my site and they will catch you.)
WHAT I WILL DO:
- I will answer your questions as long as they are interesting and creative and not things you could find at my site if you weren't lazy (like Dahl's birthday).
- I will offer suggestions for report and essay topics.
- I will offer suggestions for good research books and materials.
- I would be happy to hear your ideas and discuss them with you. All you've got to do is e–mail me...
- I would be happy to read anything you write and make criticisms. Again, e–mail me.
- And if you come up with something really good and would like to share it with others, I would LOVE to post it at my site for others' inspiration and entertainment. You'll even get your name on my Thanks page!
NOTICE: By clicking the following link, you're saying that you have read the above and understand what I'm talking about. (If you still send me dumb requests, I reserve the right to just delete them without responding...)
Go to the Homework Information page!
Created and maintained by Kristine Howard with assistance from Michael Mander