Why bankers should write novels

Writing novels will teach you that there has to be a story. We humans are programmed to want one. It is how we organise reality. If you make your living lending money or trading bonds or writing insurance you care about remote but plausible contingencies. To a novelist, remote but plausible contingencies are plots. This[…]

Partners: love is a law unto itself

“The firm had a gym, and one day Alice, who they’d made a partner because there was no way not to, came in and took her clothes off.” And that wasn’t all. Ten highly intelligent, erotically charged linked short stories set in a top New York law firm, Partners explores the intrigue, sexual politics, romance[…]