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Posts Tagged ‘ Jack Lugar ’

Hollywood Break-In

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October 31, 2014
Hollywood Break In proof copy

Tweet The proof copy has arrived. After too many years of on again off again writing and editing, we have finally arrived at our set destination. We’re making a few changes and uploading the final draft within days. If you know anyone who dreams of moving to Hollywood and working in the entertainment industry,...
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The Starving Artist’s Diet FREE!

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July 11, 2014
The Starving Artist's Diet cover

Tweet For two days only, you can get a free copy of The Starving Artist’s Diet.  Go to Amazon on July 11th and 12th and search “Starving Artist” and find my book The Starving Artist’s Diet.  It’s the one with the cheeseburger on the cover. I would love it if you would download a...
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‘Born to be Wild’ at IndyFringe

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August 20, 2012
Born to be Wild at IndyFringe

Tweet IndyFringe is back for its 8th season.  It’s a great event for Indianapolis and the Mass Ave. corridor and one of many examples of how progressive this city is as it continues to develop its credibility as a place for the arts and cultural events.  Yes, Indianapolis is not just a sports town....
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Announcing ‘The Sitcom Lab’

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July 25, 2012
Announcing ‘The Sitcom Lab’

Tweet I’m really excited about my newest venture.  It allows me to keep my hands in the sitcom business while living two thousand miles away from all the action.  It also allows me to keep writing both about sitcoms as well as write a few of my own. My new venture is called The...
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Jackodile is Backodile

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May 21, 2012

Tweet It’s never a good thing to ignore your blog for two months because your traffic goes down the tubes. But that’s what I had to do. As I wrote almost ten months ago, I decided to jump into the political arena and run for Congress.  “How’d that go?” you ask.  As well as...
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My Blog Will Miss You Peyton Manning

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March 8, 2012
My Blog Will Miss You Peyton Manning

Tweet Just because Peyton Manning is taking his game to a new team, I pledge that it will not stop me from occasionally making a few posts mentioning “his greatness” just to increase my blog traffic. Let’s face it.  Just like Peyton Manning lifted the Colts as well as the NFL to greater heights,...
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Failure is the Only Option

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February 24, 2012
Failure is the Only Option

Tweet Our schools have forgotten to teach kids how to fail. They are too busy scaring our kids into getting A’s and keeping a 4.0 GPA that our kids aren’t willing to meet failure face to face. I was a mediocre student in elementary school.  In junior high I figured out the system and...
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Resistance, Fear, and Art

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February 8, 2012
Resistance, Fear, and Art

Tweet As I read through The War of Art by Steven Pressfield, I’m occasionally compelled to share some of his wisdom.  The latest entry I read was titled “Resistance and Fear.”  I’ve written about fear a few times (20 Seconds & Not and Option & Lizard Brain) on this blog, so it’s nice to...
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What Time is it?

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January 30, 2012
Photo by Alexandre Duret-Lutz

Tweet At least one time everyday, I hear that question.  “What time is it?”  In the past, I would generally look at my watch or the clock on the microwave and call out the answer.  Seems pretty logical right? Lately though, whenever that question is asked, my four year old will holler, “Adventure Time!”...
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6 Steps to Writing Your First Sitcom Spec Script

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January 25, 2012
6 Steps to Writing Your First Sitcom Spec Script

Tweet Writing a sitcom looks pretty easy, doesn’t it?  Twenty-five minutes of families or hipster friends sharing witty banter amidst getting themselves into sticky situations that faintly mirror real life.  How can that be hard?  In fact it is very hard, and may be arguably the hardest writing around.  Why?  Because not only do...
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