(Today we had to write about something we found and have the story be a continuation (in some sort of way, mine’s the same story but a different part of it) of the Day 4 assignment, which was something we lost.  So here’s the assignment for today: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_assignment/writing-101-day-thirteen/ and here’s my Day 4 one https://authoramiegibbons.wordpress.com/2014/06/05/writing-101-assignment-day-4/) “Where … More WRITING 101 ASSIGNMENT – DAY 13

Medical Malpractice Due To Doctor’s Mental Impairment – Religion

(Again, this is not to be mistaken for legal advice, just the musing of a lawyer, blahblahblah.  Yes, I’m as sick of writing that as you are of reading it, but I really don’t want to get sued because somebody thought they could follow the very simplified legal ramblings on my blog as though it … More Medical Malpractice Due To Doctor’s Mental Impairment – Religion


(This is for the Writing 101 course.  We were supposed to write about contrasts or conflict in the form of dialogue.  Assignment found here: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_assignment/writing-101-day-seven/   This is, again, for the sequel I’m writing, honestly trying not to give anything away to those reading the story, The Gods Defense, as I post it on here, … More WRITING 101 ASSIGNMENT – DAY 7

Writing 101 Assignment – Day 4

(We had to write about a loss for today’s assignment.  Here: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_assignment/writing-101-day-four/   I’m trying to write the second story in a series of novellas, the first of which is being posted on here in pieces under Amie’s Fiction, so that’s what this conversation is from.) “How did it happen? You never told me,” he … More Writing 101 Assignment – Day 4

Bar Exam Basics for Those Who Aren’t Land-Walking Sharks — Crim Law

(In honor of the annual shit show known as the bar exam, I’m posting some legal basics for the lay person in each of the major areas tested on the bar.  This is all just what we call “black letter law,” as in simplified and pretty set concepts, and, as always, is not to be … More Bar Exam Basics for Those Who Aren’t Land-Walking Sharks — Crim Law