Sharon Watson was forced to retire from 18 years of homeschooling when she ran out of children. Before and since she retired, however, she has enjoyed experimenting on homeschol students besides her own. She's conducted classes such as Indiana history, composition for middle and high school students, and a monthly literature class (the latter for almost a decade). All this from a woman who in eighth grade didn't know what Hester's "A" stood for.
Her regional homeschool newsletter featured her encouraging and practical column for three years. Indiana's homeschool magazine, the IAHE Informer, carried her column on literature and writing devices entitled "Illuminating Literature." She loves to find ways to make teaching and learning easier.
In addition to teaching composition and literature, Sharon conducts writing workshops during the school year and tends an herbal tea garden in the summer. She hails from upstate New York, where she married her college sweetheart in 1976. Sharon and her husband live near Indianapolis; they are patiently awaiting grandchildren.
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