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Coming soon . . .
a novel by J.P. Bloch
Interviewing: The Five Questions You Need to Know
by Ellis Chase (Coming soon.)
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Readers' favorites . . .
"At the end of this eBook, you will not only come away with practical advice
from a master, but you'll realize networking should be something you do all
the time . . ."
“Conjuring shades of Steinbeck’s meditations on nature, this
enjoyable, pleasant yarn passes like the cool summer breezes
described within its pages.”-- Kirkus Reviews
"This comprehensive handbook provides us with the tools to manage
our own careers, covering everything from networking to successful
As published in the US Review of Books
"Author Judith Podell looks at the world just a little bit differently than
the rest of us and the view is spectacular. Blues For Beginners is
funny and provocative; and the writing is so smart; so beautifully
sophisticated. This is the book you won't be able to put down until the
very last page, and then, I promise you that you will be looking for one
more chapter. More! More! More! "
"Each story is a minor masterpiece of the writer's craft. The totality of this
outstanding collection, while thoroughly entertaining from beginning to end, is
also thoughtful and thought-provoking and while works of fiction, resonate with
real life experiences of us all. The Man Who Built Boxes And Other Stories is
highly recommended for personal reading lists and community library
collections." Midwest Book Review
Forget about all that long-winded advice on how to prepare for an
interview. Ellis Chase, one of Manhattan's top career consultants, has put
it all together for you in a short, practical, enjoyable read.
When someone steals your identity, what is it
you've really lost? If you like dark comedies, then
you'll love this page-turner from J.P. Bloch
“For a rollicking good time, tag along with Jack Savage and his fearless, hard-
drinking spearfishing buddies, whose language is saltier than the sea in which
they dive. Al Sprague serves up all the action, romance, and escapist adventure
anyone could ask for!”
—Paul J. Mila, author of Dangerous Waters and Near Miss
Award Winner . . .
Look for it in September.