About Jack

Someone complained that this page doesn’t tell you what to expect to find here in this blog so I aim to rectify this with the next line.

I am a father (sometimes called dad blogger) who writes about life, parenting, business, politics and fiction. I don’t use an editorial calendar because I don’t map out what I am going to write that far in advance. The primary focus will be on topics that relate to children and parenting. But the nifty thing about that is that encompasses a wide range of things.
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Sometimes I work with companies on their PR/Marketing efforts. If they provide products or services I will disclose it. Here is an incomplete list of companies that I am currently or have recently worked with: Nintendo, Philips Norelco, Subway, Frigidaire and Mattel.

Want to know more about me, keep reading.

If I wanted to provide a professional description it would look similar to this:

Jack has a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from California State University Northridge. He has been writing for print and web publications for more than twenty years, covering a wide range of topics including: business, technology, parenting, politics, education, sports and religion.

That is far too serious so I prefer to use something like:

The Jack B. is a writer and author of 39 unpublished books and three screenplays. A former athlete and would be superhero he still fights for truth, justice and the American Way. Though he may look like a grown man, don’t fool yourself he is still a boy at heart. When he is not engaged in Walter Mitty like fantasies he is a husband, father and friend and blogs at TheJackB.

This page is a work in progress which is a good description for me. I’ll probably tweak this on a regular basis so feel free to keep checking back in because you never know what might show up.

I am a prolific writer and update frequently so don’t forget to scroll down the page to see what nugget of wisdom you just might have missed.

Here is a short selection of posts to get you started:

Words Are The Death Of A Blogger
A Father Describes Parenting
A Father’s Burden
How Sister’s Helped to Train A Father of “Daddy’s Girl”
Inside the Blogger’s Studio- A Dream, Er Nightmare
The GermoPhobe
What I Dream About
I am In Love
Becoming a Dad
Dad’s Most Important Job
A Decade of Dad
Grandpa
Donuts
Why Your Post Sucks and Everyone Hates Your Blog
A Letter To My Children- Things That Matter
A Letter To My Children-2011
Dad Balances Fear Versus Reality
Q&A With Daddy Blogger JackB
Save The Last Dance For Me- 75 Years of Marriage
An Uncertain Certainty
Four Generations & A Wedding
The Best Thing My Father Ever Said To Me
1 Foolproof Way To Become a Better Writer
The Story Of A House- The Final Days
He Died A Hero
Twenty-Five Links That Will Make You A Better Writer/Blogger
Of Dads and Daughters
The Greatest Dad Blogger You Never Heard Of

Thanks for coming by, I hope you like it. If you want to reach me use the contact form or try talk-to-jacknow-at-gmail-dotcom

You can also find more information by clicking About Me and reading my profile there.  And now you know more about The Original Dad Blogger.

Check in with me some time and ask why I used The Original Dad Blogger as a tag line.

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6 Comments

  1. TheJackB August 24, 2011 at 9:55 pm

    @Ari Herzog Sadly the Jewfro is on its way out.

  2. Ari Herzog August 24, 2011 at 8:17 pm

    @TheJackB Do you wear a long mane or is your losing hair a figure of [email protected]_Sheridan

  3. TheJackB July 10, 2011 at 3:11 pm

    @Marcus_Sheridan Thank you sir, I appreciate your feedback. In many ways this is the one page that makes me lose my hair. It is one of the most highly trafficked so I want it to do a good job of highlighting who I am and what I am about.

    Always pleased to see you come visit.

  4. Marcus_Sheridan July 10, 2011 at 2:47 pm

    One of the more enjoyable ‘about’ pages I’ve read Jack. Well done sir. 🙂

  5. Bitchin' Amy March 21, 2011 at 4:01 pm

    Anyone who references a James Thurber character in their “about me” section makes me sit up and take notice. I’m so glad I finally clicked over from your twitter account!

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