David Monk


United States

I'm a freelance writer and editor, former teacher, husband, and father of three. I write children’s books and stories and have had one children’s story published in Boys’ Quest Magazine. My articles on parenting, men's health, and education have found their way into magazines and websites across the country. My 20 years of experience in the publishing industry give me unique insight into a variety of subjects and genres. I'm and my family lives in Southeast Michigan. I enjoy reading, painting, and taking care of my family, which includes two dogs, a cat, and a rabbit.

I'm a teacher, so I have 10 years of public school teaching experience. I currently own and co-directs a homeschool education and tutoring center, The Essay Help On Time. My teaching background is in special needs: learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, autism, spina bifida, selective mutism, and vision impairments. Also, I'm a parent of a special needs child, a 16-year-old daughter who was born with spina bifida. Recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, she has become an advocate for those with this disease. I live in Athens, GA with my wife Helena and three children.

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