There’s a saying that serves as common advice for first-time authors: Write what you know. Hamden, Conn., attorney Renee C. Berman has plenty of knowledge about setting up and maintaining a solo law practice, after she made the move in September 2007.

So with her life’s ambition being to do more creative writing, she found a perfect blend of topic and opportunity as she developed her business based on trial and error and sought advice from business professionals.

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