Breaking Into the Tutoring Game

The following is an answer that I wrote for a question on Quora that I will link to here: How much does an average mathematics tutor earn monthly? The answer is of course that it really depends. I am sure that isn’t the response you were looking for, however, so I will do my best … Continue reading Breaking Into the Tutoring Game

Does Writing Matter?

Well, does it? As I said in my last blog Why Buy a Book, I already know that I am an unknown author without a huge following trying to get my first novel noticed in a crowded market where anyone can publish anything. Sure there are success stories out there where a "nobody" made a … Continue reading Does Writing Matter?

Why Buy a Book

The internet is a remarkable place in that it provides the greatest resource of knowledge ever to exist. The sheer amount of information readily available at my fingertips never ceases to amaze me. This is partially due to the equally simple process of adding to that wealth of data via forums, blogs, and, you guessed … Continue reading Why Buy a Book

Common Core Rant

As a private tutor, I am incessantly met with complaints about the current method of educating students in mathematics.  In many cases, when I meet with a student and parent for the first time, the topic of the dreaded Common Core methods come up.  Time after time I hear the same frustrations. "Why do they … Continue reading Common Core Rant

Aspiring to Aspiring Writer

My entire life has been devoted to simply getting by. Only in the past few years have I even attempted to settle down and focus on myself. Amidst all this recent self-discovery, I have found just how badly I want to write for a living. As I've stated numerous times, I have always loved the … Continue reading Aspiring to Aspiring Writer