Let’s face it ladies and gents, the age of blogs is over, and the age of Twitter and Instagram reigns supreme. Since I started the blog in 2010, almost every industry blog I followed has now gone dark. Not to say every blog is dead. The Anonymous PA, Go Into The Story, Bitter Script Reader, and Hollywood Juicer
What does this change? To be honest, not much. I am writing this more for myself than for you readers, who have seen me abandon this blog many times before, only to triumphantly return and proclaim that I am back and will do better this time around. Unfortunately, that never seems to be the case. Don’t fret too much; this website will not die. I will continue to pay for the domain and hosting. I still plan on posting links to screenplays during award season. I still plan on sharing the occasional useful video or article. And I will try my hardest to answer questions sent to my email via the contact form on this website. But I think it’s time to face the music and admit that I don’t have the
In 2010 I created this blog while I was in film school in an attempt to chronicle my journey on trying to become a screenwriter in “Hollywood.” Since then, I graduated, moved to Los Angeles, worked my way up as a production assistant, to a writer’s personal assistant, to a writers’ assistant in a writers room, to getting representation, to writing on a real-life television show. So in a sense, I have done what I initially set out to do. I have shown you all that this can be done. If you try hard enough, follow your dreams, and don’t give up, you can do this. I am living proof. I, by no means, would call myself a successful writer, and in many ways, I have still not “made it,” but I do have a WGA writing credit, great representation, and a network of professional writers who I can now call colleagues. This is merely the end of one journey and the beginning of another. The beginning of what I hope will be a fulfilling writing career.
So keep at it, take the advice I give in the archives of this blog, and never give up.
Onward and upward,