Free EBook Written by Unlikely Skid Row Resident
College-educated aspiring script supervisor winds up on LA's Skid Row but bounces back.
Farmingdale, NY (I-Newswire) September 6, 2013 - College-educated Jean Givan fell on hard times while out in Los Angeles, training to be a script supervisor for television and film. Although she had started getting gigs, they were not enough to sustain her.
The former school teacher had gone to LA from New York when LA's Unified School District was in the midst of a hiring freeze and impending layoffs. So, she could not rely on another area of expertise where she was skilled.
To make matters worse, the Writer's Strike of 2008 hit and sent the television and film industry reeling; making it extremely difficult for a neophyte to join the ranks. Script supervisors who functioned at upper levels in union-paying gigs, dropped down to non-paying gigs just to keep themselves afloat.
If that was not enough, Givan got news that her aging mom's health started to decline, curtailing Givan's script supervisor plans; and sending her back to NY.
Since her return to NY, Givan has taught herself to launch her Web site and operates a growing online business. In addition, Givan has written a 119-page eBook, now available on Amazon.com for free (only today), entitled 21 Tips for Making It out of Your Tough Times, which gives insight into some of the techniques she used to succeed while on Skid Row.
After finishing up some details regarding the launch of her first eBook, Givan will write more eBooks and begin training others in the process of generating income online.
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Published On:September 6, 2013
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