Phoenix, AZUSA 85018
June 16, 2012
I've completed my first novel and I'm in the editing stage. I plan to self-publish. I'm also an attorney specializing in publishing law.
Like all writers I'm working on a shoe string budget but I'd be happy to compensate you for some of your time to just chat and explore how to drive my elephant plot through the eye of the legal needle.
My novel(s) tend to have a legal twist in them and I like to stay grounded.
Maybe we could start with a coffee/lunch (my treat) and see if this would be of interest to you. From there we can scope the project and see where we go.
Really good presentation today. Thank you. I'm writing the sequel to my novel and looking for some legal perspective on the plot. I don't want legal advice (I understand you aren't licensed here yet - good luck on that BTW) but what I'm looking for is a legal "consultant" who can make sure my plot doesn't stray too far from reality. Would you be open to discussing this?
It was great seeing you again last night Laura, always great talking too you. Hope to see you again at the next potluck!
Best of luck taking the test on January 1. Sounds like you'll do great. I have a law degree, but not currently licensed. I decided to pursue other interest like my book(s), researching, writing and music. We could swap stories about the historical markers and graveyards visited! I'll be at the e-pub meetup on Tuesday and look forward to meeting you there.
I too have an interest in the legal aspect of self-publishing. Are you currently licensed in AZ? If you are interested in some using some Civil War era illustrations and maps for your historical novel, we should chat. A few years ago I started collecting antique illustrated U.S. history books. I really enjoy early U.S. history.