Kimberly Fujioka


Kimberly Davison-Fujioka has taught ESL (English as a Second Language) for 25 years. She has a Masters degree in Applied Linguistics (TESOL) and has taught at the University of California (Davis) and (Berkeley) as well as Saitama University and Gunma University in Japan. She has taught at numerous schools and corporations in the U.S. and in Japan, such as, the Hitachi Corporation where she taught many Japanese engineers. She currently is the founder, owner and head academic editor at English Writing Help, Inc. a full service editing company that specializes in professional academic research and book editing. She lives in Hawaii with her son.

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Tutoring Complete Home Business Guide:
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 29,770. Language: English. Published: April 14, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Career Guides » Education
This book will help you build a tutoring business. The author who is a retired teacher,walks you through the business side and the teaching or tutoring side. By reading this book you will learn both. The first part of this book focuses on the business side: how to set up a successful business and how to get tutoring referral agencies to refer students to you. You'll also learn tutoring skills.
Trailing Spouses Guide to Getting Money Now! Tutoring
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 16,500. Language: English. Published: August 15, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Relationships & Family » Balancing work & family, Nonfiction » Career Guides » Military
(4.00 from 1 review)
In the book Trailing Spouses Guide to Getting Money Now! Tutoring, readers will learn how to: Change their life from one of economic dependence to having their own business Set up your own Tutoring Business Find Students who need a Tutor Advertise their Services for Free Tutor Online Use Skype and other Video/ Webcams and Audio for Teaching Online Create a Virtual Classroom

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  • The River Runes on July 09, 2011

    In Ken Lindsey’s book River Runes, we enter the city of Caithiir. It is inhabited by humans but visited daily and protected through the river runes by magicians. Jonathan is the protagonist who is an apprentice to a magician. He is coming into his own. Soon he will assume the Master's place as magician of Third Chapel. However a curious newcomer makes his way into Third Chapel by the name of Bixby. He is a faerie. He is naïve and unsupervised. Trouble brews since the overwhelming force of Mother has been set in motion, and there are consequences. How can Jonathan and the magician, Imlay, protect Bixby? This book is dramatic, in that, events are always unfolding and since we care about the fully developed main characters, we as readers want to read on. The language that the author Ken Lindsey uses to describe the city and the magician and his apprentice working on the runes is very detailed and precise. You can easily picture a scene of what is happening. It should be made into a movie. I especially like the subtle comparisons between the humans who live in Caithiir and real people in everyday life. They are so ignorant of the forces that impact their lives—the power of the river that they so desperately try to control and the magicians everywhere around them. At the same time they think they are so in control when they are not. I really liked this book. I will not give away the plot or the ending. All I can say is, “Read it!” Review by Kimberly Fujioka