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Genre(s): Job Hunting & Careers
Looking for a job? This book will help you through the maze of resumes, networking, resources, and interviews on the way to success. Drawing on extensive research and her 30 years of experience in human resources, the author will show you how to master the process. 6 Steps to Land the Job is the practical guide that every person looking for a job should read.
It makes no sense (and is no fun) to play such a high-stakes game without knowing the rules! 6 Steps to Land the Job will teach you the “hows” and, even more important, the “whys” of the career search game. Knowing the answers to these questions will make anyone more competitive in the job
market. Finding the right job can be extremely challenging and, at times, disheartening. Mary’s book will help you
prepare to make the most of any situation.
–Tom Hall, Vice President
It is tough out there! Finding the “right” position is a grueling and challenging process – this book is an excellent guide to success. I am going to give it to my two adult children and encourage everyone else to buy it!
Founding & Operating Partner
RoundTable Healthcare Partners
Mary Stern is a retired human resource executive who worked for most of her career at Baxter Healthcare. She is currently a principal at Monument Consulting and Publishing Company. She is also the author of a series of children’s illustrated books in The Cowboy Dog Series. She lives with her husband and the Cowboy Dog, Tawny, in Santa Barbara, California.
"…a perfect blend of our reality with science fused magic"
They were coming, he knew it, and there was nothing he could do to stop them. But once they came, 16 year old Daniel James found himself thrown into a world very few people even know exists. As he struggles to fit into a society he did not grow up in, Daniel must learn how to control the growing power inside him in order to save the girl he’s fallen for and to stop the man responsible for the evil that forever changed his life.
“I would definitely recommend this to any reader that enjoys a plot with many twists and turns.”
“I love how real the main character is. A flawed hero, I relate with him.”
“Although this book is geared towards the YA, or Young Adult audience, I believe this novel has a broader appeal and fans of Sci-Fi or Fantasy novels will enjoy this book.”
Genre(s): Teen & Young Adult
Once upon a time…
Two best friends…
Abigail and Lacey can hardly believe their dreams are about to come true! Best friends since birth, at eighteen they are now headed off to Poppy Seed Academy’s finishing school where new friendships, adventure, and even romance await them!
A destiny decreed…
At the Academy, not much time passes before Abigail begins to uncover the clues she needs to discover her destiny. What she finds is a challenge greater than she ever imagined. Knowing she cannot achieve her great destiny alone, she will be forced to choose between putting her trust in the mysterious and ancient woman who claims to hold the keys to her future, or the dashing soldier who has captured her heart.
In an enchanting, original fairy tale.
Follow Abigail into this story of friendship and courage as she endeavors to not only discover the real meaning of her destiny, but to find true love as well.
Length: about 86,000 words/ 300 pages
*Appropriate for readers of all ages who enjoy a clean, fun love story.
Genre(s): Mystery Thriller & Suspense
A MAN’S LIFE TURNS TO TRACKING…In a thrilling manhunt, a grieving father is tracking any clues, any traces of his kidnapped child while forming an international organization that tracks other missing children.The suspense never ceases as the flesh trade, divorce disputes, and child slavery are all being probed by Sam Baker and his team across the globe. The mystery builds as deep in the Sinai Desert, amongst immortal granite cliffs and The Gulf’s breathtaking shades, there lays Sam’s greatest fears. Hate, corruption, and greed threaten his organization and he turns to a secret outfit for help. Then a horrible scheme to use children to spread terror is revealed and the tracks lead to an inevitably lethal confrontation with a merciless terrorist group.This is a tale of modern terrorism, international intrigue, diplomacy, and sacrifice, all in hopes of finding one small boy.Will Sam find his son?“TRACKS”, Niv Kaplan’s second novel, is a riveting adventure of people who risk everything to track and liberate missing children.
Genre(s): Job Hunting & Careers
Learn the secrets of accelerating your journey toward success by better understanding yourself and how others perceive you. You — According to Them will offer practical steps to help you leverage the perceptions of a great reputation into bottom-line success. If you’ve ever worked in an organization of any size, you’ve probably seen it: the talented geniuses with all the right credentials who don’t really seem to be going anywhere in their chosen careers. Sometimes that “talented genius” is us, and we are hard-pressed to understand what’s blocking our ability to advance. In this book, Sara Canaday draws on her years of corporate experience and research to not only explain WHY smart people can end up with stalled careers, but also HOW they can fix the problems (or avoid them in the future). The timing for this insight couldn’t be better, given today’s increasingly competitive work environment. You — According to Them deals directly with the blind spots and perception disconnects we all face as we navigate our own sometimes-winding career paths. Sara identifies nine different “syndromes” using very distinct characters and case studies from her 20 years of work on the subject: Don’t Fence Me In Intellectual Snob Frozen Compass Dust in My Wind No Crying in Baseball Safety Patrol Faulty Volume Control Passion Pistol Perpetual Doer In each chapter, Sara describes one of these blind spots in detail, along with a list of “quick fixes” for fast response. She also closes the chapter with a long-term action plan and specific exercises to guide readers through the process for conquering that particular syndrome. “Once we understand the power of our personal reputations,” Sara says, “we can begin to see how others’ perceptions of us can impact our ability to compete in the marketplace — for jobs, for raises and for promotions.”