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Here’s a quick update on my book, Solo by Choice.  First, a huge public thank you to all of the bloggers and writers for online publications who have reviewed the book and helped get the word out to others.  I realize that reviewing a 300 page book is a daunting task, so I’m grateful to those who actually took it on.   I simply can’t imagine releasing a niche book these days without seeking coverage in the blogs. 

This month, my book has gotten some coverage in the legal trade press.  Thomas Adcock had a nice piece about my book in the New York Law Journal, from the angle on why unhappy biglaw associates might want to consider starting a firm even in recessionary times.  And Debra Bruno’s piece in this week’s Washington Legal Times discusses my book from the perspective of how starting a law firm can help lawyers find work life balance.  There’s also some information about
my own practice.

I continue to try to add more information about my book – either updates or materials left on the cutting room floor in the Author’s Cut/Pocket Part section.  I’ll be adding some new material soon.  If you’ve read the book and still have questions, please send them to me and I’ll include a response as an update to that section.

Finally, I’m happy to report that Solo by Choice is once again available at Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.  But you can always buy the book directly from the publisher at Decision Books.com – same day shipping and no shipping charges. 

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