When The Clerk Came To Work – A Prison Ghost Story

“It really happened, Taylor,” Kellogg said. He sat behind his desk in the Facility Three Yard program office of the Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility. He wore the bravo class uniform of a correctional sergeant, khaki shirt with three stripes on each arm, depicting his rank, and a black uniform ballcap to cover his brown,… Continue reading When The Clerk Came To Work – A Prison Ghost Story

Why You Should Consult a Professional for the Finest Wedding Photography Shoots

With the spread of smartphones, everyone has access to photography and videography. It does appear to be a simple process even in the hands of teenagers, basically is with the aim and shoot approach. Yet, photography and cinematography in the commercial and corporate sense would have a lot of complexities. Besides creativity and innovation, as… Continue reading Why You Should Consult a Professional for the Finest Wedding Photography Shoots

10 Tips on How to Write for Clients

Almost everyone has had to write for someone else at some point in their career, whether you’re writing copy for your client’s website, revising your boss’s slideshow presentation, incorporating your editor’s revisions into your book, or, like me, writing a video that best represents a brand. As a scriptwriter and author, one of the biggest… Continue reading 10 Tips on How to Write for Clients

A Brief Overview On How To Play Jazz Guitar Like a Pro

Learn Jazz Standards Your teacher might drill it into your brain that you need to practice scales and arpeggios until your fingers bleed, but the pros recommend getting the hang of jazz standards first. Polish the melody, add your chords, and work on improvising whenever you can. Toss out the idea you have to memorize… Continue reading A Brief Overview On How To Play Jazz Guitar Like a Pro