Archive for July 2013

The Goal

It’s a strange position to find myself in, and one that shouldn’t be but absolutely is surprising. Here I sit, two books in production and a third in draft, with a children’s book nearing final illustration, and robust bookings for stand up in the fall. Sounds like a lot, and feels like so much work... Read more »

A year in an equation

Here’s a special equation I just concocted today: 365 days in a year - 104 Weekend Days - 25 Vacation/Personal/Sick days ___________________________ = 236 working days Many people, myself included end up working weekends, and never take anywhere near 25 days off during a year, because let’s face it; we’re Americans. Americans, when they have... Read more »
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    A first-generation American, Dan was born and raised in Chicago. He has consistently approached real, honest adulthood, but is still known to play with G.I. Joes and eat spaghettios directly out of the can. Throughout his half-adult man-child existence, he's worked many different jobs and followed many different professional paths, including but not limited to Zamboni Driver, pizza cook, luggage salesman, social media consultant, generic marketing professional of nebulous level of seniority, journalist, video game reviewer, stand up comedian, unpublished author of novels and screenplays, freelance photographer, and now, blogger.

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