Great Gifts for Lawyers and Law Students on Your List

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It’s never too early to start shopping for the holidays. If you have a lawyer or law student on your holiday list this year, we’ve gathered “lawyer tested” gift ideas that are sure to please those honorable, hard-working loved ones of yours.

  1. Elevate attire with Women and Men’s Lawyer Socks from Hot Sox. The ultimate stocking stuffer can be worn while suited up for trial or while relaxing, working, or studying on a Sunday afternoon. Price: $7-12
  2. See clearly (and look hip!) with Caddis blue light blocking glasses and readers. These stylish glasses, which come in several styles, help block 45% of harmful blue light. Something we can all use while staring at screens. Price: $60-115
  3. Enhance the Zoom Room with a Video Conference Lighting Kit. In our new normal of the Covid-19 era, many have turned to webcams and video conferencing for school, meetings, and depositions and perfect lighting can make all the difference in looking your best. Price: $65
  4. Escape with the best-selling legal thriller Acts of Omission. The debut novel written by one of the top 100 trial lawyers, James Bostwick, has readers saying “move over Grisham.” A must-read for lawyers and aspiring lawyers, the story is based on a case Bostwick tried and authentically depicts the risks and rewards of being a trial lawyer. Price: $9.99-16.99bostwick book release
  5. Honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg by displaying this “tRuth” keepsake tea towel. RBG was a tireless champion for equality and justice whose legal brilliance, integrity, and perseverance changed America for the better.
  6. We also love the New York Times bestseller “RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg”. Price for the towel: $14.99; Price for the book: $16.31

 

Celebrate Independent Bookstore Day – Acts of Omission Libro.fm Giveaway!

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CONTEST ENDED

Independent Bookstore Day is Saturday, August 29, 2020. To celebrate, author James Bostwick is giving away 10 Libro.fm codes for his legal thriller, Acts of Omission, as well as one year-long Libro.fm membership!

Libro.fm is a site that makes it possible for you to purchase audiobooks from your local bookstore. You can purchase books à la carte if you are an occasional listener, or become a member at the same monthly cost as others and your first audiobook is free.

Local, independent bookstores need our support, especially as our communities face the challenges associated with COVID-19. Celebrate your bookstore and all they bring to your community by signing up for our Independent Bookstore Day Giveaway!

Ten people will win the Libro.fm audiobook version of Acts of Omission and one of those lucky winners will receive a 12-month membership to Libro.fm. The membership also comes with an additional free book, so that will be 14 audiobooks total!

Click here to Enter The Giveaway Contest!!!!

Listen to a sample of Acts of Omission Audiobook here:

Contest ends on Friday, September 4th, 2020 and the winners will be announced on Monday, September 7th, 2020.

Listen Up! Acts of Omission Audiobook Now Available

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Acts of Omission is now widely available in audiobook format through Audible and Libro.fm, an audiobook website that directly supports local bookstores.

If you enjoy legal thrillers, mysteries, suspense, and courtroom drama this is the audiobook for you!

Audiobook popularity is on the rise and it’s now easier than ever to find an audiobook that you’ll love! Listening to an audiobook helps time fly while road tripping, walking, jogging, biking, washing dishes, cleaning the house, or simply relaxing. And let’s be real, sometimes it’s just nice to sit back, relax and tune out what’s happening around us.

Acts of Omission audiobook is narrated by the amazing Roger Wayne, who also voiced The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, which received an award for the best audiobook of 2017. Wayne is known for his poignant, down-to-earth, and at times hilarious delivery of the author’s words.

Wayne’s narration of Acts of Omission has already received rave reviews (over 425 reviews with a 4.4 out of 5.0 rating overall). Most listeners can’t believe it’s a debut novel, and are looking forward to the sequel. Here are a few reviews that sum up what listeners think…

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Acts of Omission is also available in print and e-book format. You can purchase all versions of the book by visiting the Acts of Omission website. For updates on the novel, giveaways, sequels, and more follow us on our social media channels Facebook and Instagram.