About the Bloggers


Jason is a trial attorney and has been practicing law for almost 18 years.  He has never lost a jury trial (knock on wood) and has practiced in both Pittsburgh and the Philadelphia area.  He is a graduate of Duquesne University Law School where he received a Juris Doctorate cum laude. 

Jason is a avid reader and has written some short stories and is currently working on a novel with the hopes of being published some day.  He also is an avid film buff and took a film technique and filmmaking course in college. 

Based on those interests, Jason and Nate, who as can be seen below is a published author of two books, have decided to provide insight, opinions, critiques and recommendations for or to pass by films or books that they have found interesting.  We hope you will find this blog to be lighthearted and fun!!

e currently lives in Cranberry Twp, PA with his wife, three kids, pet cat, and pet bird.
Nate is a veteran of Operation Desert Storm, having served with the United States Marine Corps. He was a member of the USMC Reserves, 2nd MP Co out of Pittsburgh PA. During Desert Storm, he served in the largest prison camp in Marine Corps history and performed customs checks for Marines traveling home.

Nate returned to Indiana University of Pennsylvania after Desert Storm and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Education. He returned to school almost 20 years later to earn his M.B.A. from Strayer University.

He has taught in public schools for seven years, managed auto dealerships for nine, spent a year as a mortgage broker, and is now a personal development trainer.

Need a speaker who can talk about setting and reaching goals?  Send me an email - I would love to work with your group!  Available to speak on other topics as well.

He is also the author of two self published books:  "How the Tortoise Became Fast:  A Fable to Follow to Achieve Your Goals." and "Tommy the Tortoise's Wish for Speed."   He is in the planning stages for a third book to be released in Spring 2015.

Having waded into the world of self publishing, Nate decided that he would "pay it forward" by reviewing other self published authors.

Why movies?  Hey, this is supposed to be a fun project that was created with a friend - so we get to make the rules!

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