Ken Wachsberger's Puns and Word Plays for the Job Seeker

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Job seeking getting you down? "Ken Wachsberger’s Puns and Word Plays for the Job Seeker" includes nearly 150 touching testimonials, horror stories, close calls, hard-luck adventures, and words of wisdom from experienced job seekers everywhere. “… made me fall to pieces laughing.” —puzzle factory guy “They were a blast!” —atomic chemist “… caught my interest ….” —investment banker “ More
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About Ken Wachsberger

Ken Wachsberger, The Book Coach, is a prolific author on an eclectic range of topics going back to his work on the underground press of the Vietnam era. He has been helping others to write better, through teaching and personal book coaching and editing, for over forty years, His latest release, "You've Got the Time: How to Write and Publish That Book in You," is receiving rave reviews from emerging and veteran authors.

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Reviews of Ken Wachsberger's Puns and Word Plays for the Job Seeker by Ken Wachsberger

jessicawalsh reviewed on March 31, 2018

A very fun book! I am currently employed, but still enjoyed it :) I would definitely buy a hard copy to give to a friend who was in the job market - a great way to brighten their day and put things in perspective.
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
Roberta Kayne reviewed on March 23, 2018

Great book of puns you should have on hand to brighten your day or cheer up someone who likes puns. Or you could use them to get a job...or not. Keep punning Ken.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Ed Weiss reviewed on March 10, 2018

Some, most, of his puns, are beyond words. Like Ken, I come from a family of punsters. Also, like Ken, I have three brothers, and they will love Ken Wachsberger’s Puns and Word Plays for the Job Seeker as soon as I send them a copy. Many of them are just crying out to be immarbleized in bronze. The puns, not my brothers.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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