William Spaul writes high quality rhymed and rhythmical verse to entertain readers and spread ideas about altruism. William grew up on a sheep-wheat farm in Australia, represented his state in tennis during high school, and was also proficient in cricket, golf, athletics and swimming.
At university and beyond he trained in Olympic weightlifting in the superheavyweight category. He has undergraduate degrees in science (pure mathematics, physics) and law, and was awarded a master of laws for his thesis on issues raised by the landmark Californian case of Nally v Grace Community Church of the Valley.
He was a volunteer director and company secretary of a charity with child sponsorship programs in several countries for ten years. He currently volunteers with a telephone crisis support organization. In his spare time, he likes to play the piano and juggle. None of his writing is related to his current legal work.
I Think Therefore I Fee: A Lawyer's Candid Confessions
by William Spaul
A lawyer confesses his sins, selling out his fellow lawyers in the process. A judgement day for lawyers ensues and they must fight to save their souls outside the pearly gates. This mock-solemn, tongue-in-cheek tale is entirely written in rhyming and rhythmical verse and over 10,000 words. Gilbert and Sullivan meet Dante’s Inferno in this mystical and inspiring book.
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