How to Feed a Lawyer (and Other Irreverent Observations from the Legal Underground) is now available at Amazon, in both print and e-book formats.
The book is a compilation of some of the writing I've done over the years at my other blog. Although I'm fully aware that the world doesn't need more blog compilations, I'm publishing mine anyway, mostly for the reasons I noted in the book's foreword, which you can read for free by clicking "look inside the book" at Amazon.
Though some of the selections in the book are still being read daily at The Legal Underground (a/k/a Beyond the Underground), I'm willing to bet that no one has read all of the posts I've included--about 125 posts from a total of over 3000. Most of these posts were written without internal links (which don't translate well into book form), specifically because I hoped one day to collect them in print.
You can read more about the book at Amazon. Both the book's description as well as its Table of Contents (available by "looking inside the book") will give you a good idea of what's inside.
I've already sent How to Feed a Lawyer to a number of bloggers and writers who expressed interest in my writing over the years. I'm willing to send out more. If you're a blogger who wants a review copy, send me an email and I'll be happy to oblige.
As always, thanks for reading!