Dear OhlalaLand readers, thank you for your support!
In our current society, the shortage of offers, the influx of seekers make this market almost inaccessible. In her book Stéphanie shows us a new approach using creativity and audacity !!! I love Stephanie’s book !
A must-read for any job-seeker, person bored at work, or anyone who wants to smile.
Tale of a Job Interview at Ohlalaland is the creative short story I’ve been thirsting for as someone who loves to read but has so little time.
Imagine a job interview on Mr. Toad’s wild ride down the rabbit hole through the land of Oz with fantastical creatures of wonderland narrated like the cult film classic A Christmas Story.
The woes of job hunting and interviewing are something we can all relate to and it’s refreshing to see this fanciful look at it amid the stockpiles of advice from LinkedIn, recruiters, friends, etc., that seemingly lead to nowhere.
Human Resources are anything but humane in this upside-down world, a comical looking glass on modern society.
The characters in this tale are very imaginative, the illustrations hilarious, making the reader want more, wishing it were a film.
The language is upbeat and accessible, and the story is sprinkled with fun movie trivia. I am so glad that Stephanie decided to pursue writing in English!
I found the book to be inspiring and it left me feeling empowered to bring my own stories out of the shadows now that the day and age of self-publishing has come.
Jozef Krakora‘s review
Tale of a Job Interview at OhlalaLand
Stephanie takes us to fantasy back story in France with witty humor and unusual imaginary. A young child that is inspired by the gift of reading which leads her to view the world unconventionally but like for most creative souls society and family tend to misunderstand children that color outside the lines, I think sometimes it’s just soul crushing.
As Stephanie ventures into Ohlalaland Studios, the writer manages to weave a story within a story where our hero Stephanie is doing her best to pitch a story about “Jimmy Buttons” to a monstrous gate keeper , with today’s socially inept sensibility. A perfect short story that makes you champion for our story’s hero
So many times in America we settle on a job we really don’t want. Those lies that we are told to never stop dreaming that you can be anything you want, but in reality society creates so many road blocks and often the gate keepers are sitting on mount high.It’s people like Stephanie that shows us to keep pushing to find the creative less travel road. I am happy to pre ordered it on itunes and I can wait to read it again on my iPad.
No review on Kobo so far.
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Nook launch scheduled for JUNE 7th 2016.
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