Monthly Archives: July 2015
Break Through The Barriers Of Redundancy Book Cover and Illustrator Content Exclusives!
I finally hit the Save and Publish button for my uploaded manuscript to Kindle. I have a 72 hour wait before I shall be an official published author and be able to help a ton of people back into work. It’s so exciting!
This book is a quirky book because it takes a holistic view of redundancy and is in a quirky format, crossing an A-Z guide with a ‘How to’ book.
What do you think of my first Quirky Books cover?
If you are following my www.quirkybooks.wordpress.com blog, you will know that I have already published my illustrator book content exclusive. In case you aren’t, here is her own redundancy success story from my Break Through The Barriers Of Redundancy book:
“Having always been a creative individual, I have a passion for the visual and communication. I love to connect with people, be it through imagery or the word. Having started out my work life in Retail, I relished in helping people and managing a team, until I followed my First Class Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree, which lead me to venture into a more creative career field, becoming a Digital Designer. I enjoyed this role immensely, and so was heartbroken when I was made redundant in January 2013. However, after nine weeks of hard work, persistence and networking (which is how I came to work with Sandra on this project), I broke through the barriers of redundancy and became a Digital Content & Design Assistant, and within one year, had been promoted to Digital Content Manager at a well renowned digital agency, working for a household name luxury brand. I am now happy in my new role, and looking forward to the future with my fiancé, having put redundancy blues behind me.”
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