Author Archives: Stephanie Batailler
Job Seekers Who Should Not Be Unemployed series: Curtis Schultz
Curtis Schultz: a Superhero Job Seeker Who Lets his Dog Wear the Cape! Check out Pugzy Jump!! This post is the first of the series: Job Seekers Who Should Continue Reading →
Job Seekers Who Shouldn’t Be Unemployed series – launch
What do Walt Disney, Ella Fitzgerald, JK Rowling, Chris Gardener, Abraham Lincoln, Ang Lee, Larry David, H.J. Heinz, and Harrison Ford have in common? Well…they do seem to Continue Reading →
Kobo 101 (part 2): How to create an ebook and self-publish on Kobo
Bonjour my fellow writers, This post is part 2 of a 3 part-short series on Kobo 101. In Kobo 101 (part 1): I was telling you why you should publish your ebook Continue Reading →
Kobo 101- How to create an account on Kobo to publish an ebook and why?
Why publishing an ebook on Kobo? A couple of months ago, I barely knew anything about self-publishing and ebook retailers. Kobo sounded to me more like a Japanese Anime title. Continue Reading →
Film release: LOLO, Julie Delpy is an OhlalaLandian!
On Monday night, I went to an advanced screening in Santa Monica at the Aero Theater of Lolo, the new film of Julie Delpy. Lolo is coming out this weekend in Continue Reading →
Building an online platform – creating your brand
Nowadays, for almost whatever you are planning to become in life – an author, a musician, a filmmaker – or to do such as selling your wonderful handmade jewelry or Continue Reading →
A Horror Effect Guru, a Fight Choreographer and a French Woman! What kind of team is that?
An A-team or an X-team? What project are they working on? An action/horror/porno film? Well…NOPE! A short film for a book trailer, the first film of a series called OhlalaLand Continue Reading →
Kerry Wong – Fight Choreographer and co-founder of the ZeroGravity team
Last week, I was lucky enough to be invited at the Pacific Media Expo that was held at the Hilton hotel at LAX (Los Angeles International Airport) by Kerry P.H Continue Reading →
NEW AUTHOR – First step: talk to your boss, free up some time!
Today has been a scary day for me. I’ve been anxious and tense since the moment I dropped my letter on my boss’s desk early this morning. Yes, I finally Continue Reading →