Lawrence Gordon is a man of many skills, and he applies them in several different arenas. By day, he’s the VP of Workforce Development at Hope Haven, a Charlotte non-profit dedicated to helping those suffering from addiction. At night, he’s also a basketball coach at Carmel Christian.
Gordon’s work with his kids writing children’s books, however, might be his greatest passion of them all. In the past few years, he’s worked with his 12-year-old daughter and 11-year-old son to write the colorful kids’ books, “Unicorn Dreams” and “Dad, the Bully, and the Orange Ball,” respectively.
Since writing the books, Gordon and his children have been hard at work promoting them, attending book signings and posing for pictures. In today’s episode of The Biscuit CLT Podcast, Head Biscuit-baker Tim Miner talks to Gordon about his day job, his creative work and what lessons his children get to learn by being active participants in the creative process.
Read Up on Author Lawrence Gordon and His Children
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