This month, we're delighted to be offering something a little different. As it's Black History Month, we're going to be sharing more than one book for this month, we're going to showcasing a fantastic book by a black author every week.
With the recent great news of Jacaranda Books' A Quick Ting On series, a groundbreaking new black British series exploring a range of topics from young authors including Tskenya Sarah-Frazer, Tobi Kyeremateng, Sophia Tassew, Chanté Joseph and Christian Adofo, created by Magdalene Abraha, a 24-year-old publisher, we're excited to show the variety and diversity of black authors that the world has to offer. From literary fiction and commercial fiction to non-fiction and children's books, we're hoping that each week, you feel inspired, intrigued and most of all, represented.
This week, we're highlighting Andy Ayim, who has released a new ebook titled Breaking into New Careers in Tech for career transitioners and new graduates. Andy believes rather than having 20 year careers in one organisation, many people are going to have portfolio careers and change roles at least every 2-5 years with a career across several organisations. This book explores this and how to continuously learn, build a personal brand and grow through different careers.
From tips on how to get started, how you can storytell with your CV and sell yourself to how to win in an interview, this is the definitive guide to kickstarting your career. With nuggets of wisdom interspersed throughout, opportunities for you to engage and top tips, you'll have the toolkit you need to achieve success.
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Writer: Mireille Harper