Reject Feminism, Embrace Being Female: Or, I don’t have to be Angelina Jolie

To explain the title of this blog, it's necessary to delve into the deep and dark career of ANGELINA JOLIE A child of movie stars, Angelina moved through a murky adolescence and into great fame and acclaim. She has claimed news headlines by adopting children from countries outside the United States, marrying another popular movie … Continue reading Reject Feminism, Embrace Being Female: Or, I don’t have to be Angelina Jolie

Creativity is Dangerous but Healthy

While I edited a polished-up interview this morning, I started thinking about all of the trite phrases that small business owners use. The female attorney whose interview I was editing loved phrases like "I think; life can change at a moment's notice; utilizing my creativity; you have to be passionate about what you do; I … Continue reading Creativity is Dangerous but Healthy

Review: Turow’s ‘One L: The Turbulent True Story of a First Year at Harvard Law School’

I wrote this on Goodreads, and then decided to modify and share. Overview Good plot, very emotionally moving story of a competitive and clever writer turned lawyer. It's illuminating, Turow's gradual movement from elation to challenge to intimidation. The grade inflation scandal (Harvard now routinely awards its students with A's) hadn't yet happened. Turow explains … Continue reading Review: Turow’s ‘One L: The Turbulent True Story of a First Year at Harvard Law School’