LS Wagen began her writing career as a child placing in two local juvenile essay contests. As a recent Arizona State University graduate, LS Wagen like many college graduates found herself unemployed. With her knowledge gained from her coursework on Human Resource Management and after interviewing many recruiters, she found herself self-employed working in the resume writing business.
Recently she has obtained the designation of CPRW, Certified Professional Resume Writer, from The Professional Association of Resume Writers & Career Coaches. She has also expanded her resume, and business writing to include short stories, essays, and even a novel. "Pauline's Perils of Perplexity" LS Wagen's novel for the New Adult, and Young Adult crowd (ages 16 through 21) chronicles the ups and downs of job hunting of one whimsical twenty-something character, Pauline Schmidt, in a parody of "The Perils of Pauline."
What was needed in her wide range of repertoire however was a professional how-to-book on how-to easily write a resume, and thus "Super Man's Resume: A Beginner's Guide to Resume Writing, and Beyond" was born.
You can find the paperback copy of the books listed here on www.amazon.com or at your local bookstore.
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Super Man's Resume: A Beginner's Guide to Resume Writing, and Beyond
by LS Wagen
Super Man’s Resume: A Beginner’s Guide to Resume Writing, and Beyond will address the viewpoints of this century’s recent high school graduate, the recent college graduate, the recent military veteran, and the more seasoned professional who hasn’t looked for a job in years, maybe decades. After reading this manual, you should be able to write a resume, and a cover letter,
Pauline's Perils of Perplexity - A Parody on "The Perils of Pauline"
by LS Wagen
My young readers, Young Adult, and New Adult readers (16+ teens and college age) are so afraid of failure that it breeds inaction and the inability to follow ones dreams, and goals. In fact, that's the moral and the perplexity of Pauline who was judged by her cover, but she wasn't afraid to persevere.
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