It’s been a long time since I’ve blogged here. Almost two years, in fact. To say that the past couple of years have been busy would be an understatement.
In the past two years, I’ve become a father (twice-over!), and gone through a remarkably productive, downright chaotic chapter of my professional life. A few chapters, actually.
One of these days I might talk about those experiences in greater detail, but for right now I’m just posting this to say that I’m back.
With life finally starting to fall back into a familiar rhythm again, I’m emerging back onto the interwebs. My Twitter account is active again, I’m re-engaging with the various online communities I’m a part of, and I figured it was time to start up this blog again. I’ve revamped the look of the place to feel a little more modern, and I’m excited to get back to blogging about creative business topics in 2020.
In the meantime, I hope you all have a wonderful holiday season!
I’ve missed you, Jeff. It’s great to see you back and I look forward to what you’ll be writing. I hope you have fantastic holidays ahead, too.
It’s great to see a post from you, Jeff. I’ve missed you.
I look forward to reading more updates as you get back to writing.
Congratulations on the new additions to your family! I hope you are all gearing up for happy holidays.
Great news, Jeff. This blog has been spectacularly useful over the years – so glad it’s about to expand and update. Happy to hear all is well with you too.
👏 Welcome back!
Hi Jeff, I’m a Greek/American screenwriter that reside in LA with my family and my Twins. I’ve sold my first script “Opa!” years ago starring Matthew Modine and Richard Griffiths, then I created my family that took me where I’m right now. It took me forever to find the producers of Opa! And I can totally relate what I just read from all your posts!!
I just finished my 2nd script Rom.Com. a foodie/ love/ illegal immigration story…. I can continue to learn from your amazing knowledge… But I still have the complex and agony that I wasn’t raised in the US but in Athens which is a barrier that I’m trying to overcome.
I’m sorry for the lengthy note… I will keep following you because I find a complete strength from your blog that makes me not giving up!