Sandra Lee is a life-long resident of Massachusetts, and a first-time novelest. She was working as a legal assistant in 2005, when she collapsed, and later was diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome. During her rehabilitation from this illness, she reflected on her twenty years of law firm service, as both a paralegal and a legal secretary. In Time Served, she fictionalizes the most notable findings of her journey; ones she struggles to forget. These findings will likely become most unforgettable to the reader!
Time Servedby Sandra Lee
Time Served exposes the writer's opinion that law firms are among the most unhealthy working environments in existence in the United States. As the dark side of human nature would have it, a warped seed was planted long ago into the minds of the elite, who have since believed they, as masters of their profession, can protect themselves from any wrongdoing. The ego
Time Served exposes the writer's opinion that law firms are among the most unhealthy working environments in existence in the United States. As the dark side of human nature would have it, a warped seed was planted long ago into the minds of the elite, who have since believed they, as masters of their profession, can protect themselves from any wrongdoing. The ego continues to entertain this crooked idea, as is evidenced by the continual testing of boundaries. The seed's resulting blossom of evil behavior continues to germinate from one generation to the next, evolving naturally along the way. The resulting fly trap was probably never intended to be so harmful, yet it will not be denied its creation and continued practice. On the brighter side, there is a way out!
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Her book has been recognized as a fascinating look into the emotional world of business. Her experiences has taken her life to hell and back. Now, she is in literary heaven as a result of her elequent personal stylings, which everyone could relate to and bond with. She's touched so many people with moments of hardship and pain that every man, woman and child could relate to that the public rushes to the many whirlwind tours publicizing the book and long to get inside the head of this very heartfelt, caring and giving individual. She is now embarking on another book regarding the problems of alcohol and how to beat and deal with its trauma, leading you by the hand as does in her initial offering mentioned here. You are not dealing with your problems alone when you are together in the literary world with Sandra Lee. This living, breathing and very human teacher, friend and educator is readying herself to make the world a better to handle place using the power of the printed word in each endeavor she puts a pen to. She assists you in improving self image through learning after experiencing hard times. " I like to immerse myself into various parts of our inner conditions, and if I can take people down the same path, the wrong and unfortunate ones that I took but eventually prospered intellectually from, then not only have I found my calling and niche, but I know that in my prose I expand my and my reader's horizons to a more happy life and easy going positive existence." You get more incite out of Sandra Lee's philosophy than you realize and anticipate. Meet and greets are scheduled. Come feel the excitement and growing interest of this master crafts woman and marvel at her personal talks. You'll be motivated to never give up even when you have to travel through a tough mental storm. She'll show you the light at the end of the tunnel and it is a brighter one. Sandra Lee must be seen and heard, as well as read. She will enroll you in the school of healthy living after you felt that no one ever cared to. This book, and her upcoming ones, introduces Sandra Lee as the friend who will guide you with her pleasant narrative, explaining that the mix of what is inside all of us, dispite complexities, is basically good. Your TIME will be well SERVED for the experience.
Heart Wrenching story obviosly well written by an informed passionate author.Excellent insight into bad working enviroments and the toll they can on each of us if we are not careful
DISASTERAMA! Can't take your eyes off a car wreck or a burning building? Then you'll love this first novel by Quincy author, Sandra Lee. The 88 page 'tell-all' paperback from Publish America highlights the travails of a hard-working but naive legal assistant who encounters abusive employers and co-workers at every law firm...each new job is worse than the last! Must read; pay attention to the warning signs! A+++
A LONG-AWAITED REVELATION! EXCELLENT; RECOMMENDED READ! Very well done; and I can clearly see the negative reviewer (who keeps appearing on other sites) recognizes themselves as a character in the novel. Likely, Large and In Charge! A must-read! Don't be strayed by negative words written by a former co-worker!
The author has done an amazing job; she dared to go where no one else would. In this thriller, she attempts to help others to not fall into the same trap as the book's main character. Unhealthy working enviroments WILL catch up with you! CUDOS, Sandra Lee!!!
I have worked at a major law firm for over 25 years, and have encountered my share of "characters" through the years. I thought this would be an interesting read, but I was very very wrong. The impossibly dysfunctional employee in the book wanders from job to job (to job) endlessly, incredibly encountering bizarre and even perverse people at every single one. Truly unbelievable. I have worked at many jobs in this law firm, including managing a floor of staff and now running my own department. The firm works hard to maintain a very positive working environment, and anyone guilty of the bad behavior outlined in this book would be asked to leave the firm - period. I love it here, and most people here would absolutely agree. Also, the book is so poorly written and filled with typos that it is torture to read. I was also appalled at the nasty and mean spirited nicknames for people the character disliked, for example "Large and in Charge." Do unto others? What goes around comes around?? Don't bother - I wish I hadn't.