Exercises for Character Writing

Building characters takes time, and we often learn things about them as we write. As writers work through scenes and ideas, it’s common that the characters on the page develop along with the story.  While this is a natural part of the drafting process, it can also make for clunky storytelling if “incomplete” characters are […]

Interview with Civil Rights & Liberties Author Clinton E. Galloway

Tell us something about yourself Clinton E. Galloway is a Certified Public Accountant with a practice in Marina del Rey, California. He is also a registered securities principal and runs a registered securities broker-dealer, which is licensed by the Securities and Exchange Commission. He was born in Birmingham, Alabama, but moved shortly thereafter with his family to New York […]

My kid can’t write/ WRITING SKILLS/ HOW TO TEACH A CHILD HANDWRITING

PLEASE NOTE!! This is a Video Transcript there are spelling error and punctuation errors and its a bit choppy, its a video transcript so there does end up being editing issues, we thought the content itself was worth the read and thought we would share it, however since it’s not our transcript we didn’t edit. […]