While I’m logged in here, I’d like to blatantly promote a project I worked on recently that I think is cool:

Heroes Get Hired book cover

Heroes Get Hired by Michelle Tillis Lederman

It’s a job-interview guide for military veterans and their partners, and though I didn’t read every word while I was working on it (I designed and coded the e-books and designed and typeset the print edition (not the covers)), I got the impression that it’s practical and well thought-out.

And it’s free to download in lots of formats (there are versions with video and versions without), or to view on the Web. Free, FREE, FREE!

So if you are a veteran (thank you!), please have a look; if you know some, pass it along.

And if you see any typos or formatting errors, drop me a note. I can fix those!

4 thoughts on “P.S.A.

  1. Michael Grant Smith

    Holy crap, India, I just skimmed the pdf and it looks great! Not bad for your first time. You should do this for a living.

    Seriously, it’s cool to be able to apply your skills to a project that has so much value.

  2. Sheila Ryan

    I downloaded an e-book, and it works real good.

    Plus, there’s some sensible advice in there even if you’re not a vet.

  3. Sheila Ryan

    Seriously. The early chapter titled “Stop Playing Mind Games!” includes wisdom applicable not solely to insecure vets. It addresses traps into which even the most confident and experienced civilian job-seekers fall.

    And you can download the whole book as an e-book (or PDF) or read it on the Web for FREE. Plus: Our India designed and coded the e-book versions. So you know they’re right.

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