Towson lawyer’s love of dogs leads to novel idea
Along with balancing holiday preparations and her work for a Towson real estate firm, Kimberly A. Manuelides has also spent the last month participating in book signings for her novel, “Getting Home.” “I was just so giddy about the whole process I was like, ‘Guess what! I wrote a book!'” she said. “Everybody at the […]
Bookworm: Living in harmony with co-workers
The lady in the next cubicle over is making you almost speechless.
The in-house legal department: Is it a woman's world?
Time Inc.’s associate general counsel has written a novel. Helen Wan’s novel, “The Partner Track,” is about a woman who struggles with race and gender issues while trying to succeed in the legal industry. Wan said she intended for the book to be an “unvarnished” glimpse of the legal world and says it addresses diversity […]
Praying for success
In case you haven't heard, studying for the bar is hard.
In the blink of an eye
I saw my neighbor out walking the other day. I hadn’t seen her in a while and the first thought to go through my mind the instant I saw her was: “she’s lost weight.” As we drew closer and talked for a while, I realized that I wasn’t sure if she had or not. We weren’t talking about Biggest Loser territory. She just seemed a little slimmer. Her face seemed a little thinner…if that make[...]
You should write a book about it
Are you OK with jurors publishing books about their experiences?
Book casts a light on the ‘hidden judiciary’
Fifty years in the making, a “hidden judiciary” has taken root and flourished within the federal appellate system, William L. Reynolds says.
Writer tracks memories of 1963 brush fire
ANNAPOLIS — Joseph Ross sits at his computer, opens Google Maps and types in “Dorsey Road.” He clicks the search button. When the map appears, he points to the spot where he stood 50 years ago, as he witnessed one of the biggest fires in Anne Arundel County history. He moves his finger around the […]
Pessin Katz attorney writes e-book on roles in insurance litigation
Patricia McHugh Lambert, an attorney at Pessin Katz Law P.A., wrote an e-book in three days while holed up in Ohio during Hurricane Sandy.
Lessons from the publishing world for the business world
If you keep on plugging, you’ll eventually end up exactly where you need to be.
Annapolis woman publishes book on Hemingway
ANNAPOLIS — When Ernest Hemingway tells you to do something, how can you say no? Especially if you’re already contemplating a book with him as a main character. That was the position author Erika Robuck found herself in after she visited Hemingway’s home in Florida. She was swept away by the history and a fascination […]