Laura A. Zubulake

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Laura A. Zubulake worked on Wall Street for many years. It is there she honed her communication skills, business acumen, attention to detail, and sense of intrigue. Traveling to over 40 countries to explore cultures became about observing and capturing life with her photography and her painting. The history, art, and cuisine of Europe, Latin America, Asia, Russia, and Egypt made impressions. The intellectuality of the Acropolis, the grandeur of the Vatican, the mystery of the Great Sphinx, the incredulity of the Great Wall, the exoticness of the Forbidden City, the magnificence of Iguazu Falls, the natural beauty of America’s west. For Laura, writing non-fiction is the expression of experiences. Writing fiction is like painting with words. ...more

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Laura A. Zubulake I took a creative writing course at NYU. We had weekly assignments. My professor graded one paper A+ and encouraged me to expand it into a novel. I…moreI took a creative writing course at NYU. We had weekly assignments. My professor graded one paper A+ and encouraged me to expand it into a novel. I wrote chapters but put it down. Then I learned about the opioid epidemic. It reminded me that my novel was topical. After a year of updating, the result - SLAY THE DRAGON(less)
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SLAY THE DRAGON (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: 12th Annual National Indie Excellence® Awards- FINALIST for New Fiction A tension-filled plot from the get-go, Zubulake's fictional Latin-American-ish setting lends plausibility to the ubiquitous corruption connected with opioids .... Kudos to Zubulake for producing Slay the Dragon, a gripping and provocative read. - Feathered Quill Book Review Verdict: Laura A. Zubulake's very human players, living, loving, lying and dying in her viscerally enthralling SLAY THE DRAGON .... – Indie Reader Book Review This is definitely the book for you if you like political thrillers that leave you thinking long after you’ve closed the book.- Literary Titan 5-Star Review Zubulake's writing is strong, and the narrative voice believable and compelling. - Booklife Prize THREE 5-STAR RATINGS FROM READERS' FAVORITES- visit LauraZubulake.com for details Slay the Dragon is a gripping and provocative political suspense novel set in Latin America. The story explores how corruption feeds into social ills and how leaders exploit these conflicts to cling to power. Artfully using fiction, the author exposes readers to the complexity of the opioid crisis and its impact on society.
Zubulake's e-Discovery: The Untold Story of my Quest for Justice (Nonfiction)
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Description: Zubulake’s e-Discovery: The Untold Story of my Quest for Justice is a 21st century version of David & Goliath set on Wall Street that resulted in the establishment of landmark law. It is a story about perseverance, vindication, accountability, and justice. Visit LauraZubulake.com for more.

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