Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Blog Index / Site Map

* Book Reviews
- By Author
- By Title
- By Genre / Category

* Literary Lawyers
For lawyers who like to read and write: posts about books, characters, and writers who were lawyers, or books with a law-related theme.
- Author/ Attorney Louis Auchincloss Dies
- Kathryn Ma: Attorney-Turned-Author
- Book Review of Double Billing: A Memoir by Cameron Stracher
- The Wednesday Sisters by Meg Waite Clayton
- Lawyer-Turned-Writer Realizes Dream Despite Disease: Neil Selinger

* Quotes
- Law-Related
- On Reading and Literature
- On Writing

* Reading

- LitSpot (Literary Places)
--Ocean City, MD: Bookstore Review of Bookshelf Etc.
--Pittsburgh in Words: Essays in Celebration of the City's 250th Anniversary

- Virtual LitSpot (Website Reviews)
--Literary Rejections on Display (See famous authors' early rejections!)
--Paperbackswap.com (Swap books for free!)
--Duotrope's Digest - Where Writers Can Find and Track Markets for Submissions

- Misc.
--Volunteering to read to kids at Read To Me Corner of State Fair (10/2/09)
--Hills Like Black Elephants There's no wrong way to read Hemingway (or anyone!)

* Writing
-Publication attempts: Success and Rejection
--First of the "Daddy Issues" Pieces Submitted for publication (11/21/09)
--Wake-up Call: First Rejection Letter for "Coach K" Arrives (10/17/09)
--Back on the Submission Circuit
--Persistance Pays Off: One Story Sent to Twenty-Five Markets!
- Author Profiles and Interviews
--Attorney-Turned-Author Kathryn Ma
--Author/ Attorney Louis Auchincloss Dies
--Carol Roh-Spaulding on submitting her first story to twenty-five different journals

-Books with writing as a theme or writers as characters:
--The Wednesday Sisters by Meg Waite Clayton
--Mourning Ruby by Helen Dunmore
--The Wife by Meg Wolitzer
--Women Like Us by Erica Abeel
--Lucky, a Memoir by Alice Sebold

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