Born in Newport Beach, California. Moved to Washington in 78' attended several colleges, art school, held over 80 menial jobs, alcoholism, lost all my money in penny stocks, serial relationship artist, heart attack at 32. Musician, artist, writer full time. Don't mess with me.
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How to Make Serious Money and Get Free Leads on Twitter
With over 280 Million active users on Twitter and increasing numbers from users over 45, Twitter is a widely overlooked social media platform when it comes to business and marketing and most importantly, making money online.
Brain Abundance: Business of the Year: Franchise Income from a One Bottle Business
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Attraction Marketing for Network Marketers
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Smashwords book reviews by Erik Christian
- The Nightlife: New York
on Sep. 04, 2012
Travis Luedke is the author of the series "The Nightlife." "New York" is the first book and is written with a fluidity that shows the experience of someone who has a solid grasp of the writing craft. The characters pulled me into the plot, and I lasted in my seat until I was finished with the story. It is a compelling read. It is flawless. I'm really interested to see how Luedke continues with this compelling Saga. It is a Vampire story with a unique twist, which is certainly needed in this time when so many writers are copying the genre that made "Twilight" what it is, but I'm afraid many of these writers will fall away. I'm confident Luedke will remain a prominent author once the dust settles and I wish him all the best!