– Media Kit prepared for Tale of a Job Interview at OhlalaLand.
- Book info
TALE OF A JOB INTERVIEW by Stephanie Batailler
OhlalaLand Press, Los Angeles, 2016
52 pages, 15 illustrations in black and white
Illustrations by Olivia DeGaine
Format 5.5’ x 8.5’
eBook ISBN: 978-0-9960383-3-1
Paperback ISBN: 978-0996038324
Paperback: Amazon (October 26th 2016.)
Fiction; Short story; Fantasy; Young Adults; Humor; BioFiction; Magical realism; New Adult; Ghosts; Animals; Contemporary Women; Motivational & inspirational; Cinema; Hollywood.
- Author’s BIO
Stephanie Batailler’s stories are like her: between 2 worlds (reality and fantasy); 2 countries (France and the US) and 2 passions (books and cinema.)
Born and raised in France, Stephanie Batailler spent her childhood between the French Alps and the South of France -which fed her overactive imagination with great settings and inspired her to start writing fantastic tales. At 23, she graduated with a Master’s degree in History from the Sorbonne University in Paris and moved to New York where she studied Film Production. In 2003, she received the New School University Award for Excellence in Experimental Film. She worked independently in the big Apple for ten years as a producer, director, and camera operator. In 2011, she moved to California and first started to teach ESL in a private language school in Hollywood. Teaching English to immigrants is something that Stephanie particularly enjoys doing. She likes to pass on her experience -as a few years ago, she herself was an ESL student.
Stephanie currently lives in Los Angeles and is pursuing a career in writing and story development in the entertainment industry.
When not writing books, scripts or lyrics, you can find Stephanie recording songs as Skyebat, cooking or hiking in Griffith Park.
Long bio: go to Amazon Author Central page.
Long bio and 1mn Demo reels: Animation demo reel / TV Producer reel / Travel Videography reel, go to About the author.
- PRESS RELEASES (click on the link)
- IMAGES (book cover / author pictures / book illustrations)
- PRESS REPORTS from Europe available in French and English.
- Kids Kicking Cancer.10 % of the author’s proceeds go to Kids Kicking Cancer, an organization that uses martial arts therapy to ease the pain of children with serious illness. Stephanie’s mother got Leukemia while she was writing the book.