As a child in Manhattan, the library was one of my favorite refuges, a truly magical place whose open doors opened many doors for me.
My first novel was published in 1985. Unlike the textbook that preceded it, the novel was a real success. Since then, I have been fortunate enough to be able to represent children exclusively, using the proceeds from publishing to make up the deficits.
The novels are Trojan horses; an organic extension of my law practice. And I, like every other writer in America, rely on the library community to make my work available and accessible to many others.