Unique book combines fact and fiction

Teens – and parents alike – will welcome First Job Jitters, a new book by author and career coach Susan K. Maciak. First Job Jitters mixes fact with fiction. While riveted to the story of what happened to a missing 5-year-old, readers will absorb helpful hints from main character Anastasia Adams on how to find a job.

134676-MACI-soft-LSI.inddFirst Job Jitters (books and eBooks) available at amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. To order in volume for schools, libraries and other non-profit agencies, email your request to cameocareer@comcast.net , or visit the website: www.cameocareer.com

Fresh out of high school, Anastasia desperately needs a job to pay for college. In the meantime, she takes young adults through the job-seeking process – with plenty of insights on how to choose a college and a career. First Job Jitters combines a young girl’s adventure in landing her first real job with uncanny luck that leads her to help police solve a crime.

Anastasia needs her first real job to realize her dream of leaving small-town Wisconsin for Chicago by fall. She has to find a summer job to pay for her education there. Ana, as she’s known to her friends, provides dozens of details on what to write in a resume, what to say in an interview, who to list as references and how to dress for a career

While anxiously trying to sell herself in an interview and facing her first day on the job, Ana stumbles on clues that help her rescue a spoiled kid from his dim-witted kidnapper. Readers will learn many practical life lessons from Anastasia Adams while they unravel the mystery of a missing neighborhood child with her.

First Job Jitters (books and eBooks) are available now at amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. To order in volume for schools, libraries and other non-profit agencies, email your request to suemaciak@comcast.net , or visit the website: www.cameocareer.com

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