Kevin Leu

Biography

Kevin Leu REALLY did finish in 3rd place at the 5th grade Science Fair at Sam Houston Elementary. Call them. Ask them if they keep records from 1989. He invented a solar-powered flag pole that would allow the flag to raise itself each morning, rather than have someone manually lower it each night and raise it each morning. It's genius. He still has a patent pending and is waiting for the royalties to come pouring in so that he can swim in gold coins like Scrooge McDuck.

Kevin lives in Cupertino in a house that he swears is NOT owned by his parents. His bachelor blog at SiliconValleyBachelor.com has had over 185,000 readers since its inception. After reading some of the posts, many of those readers never return.

Kevin attended the University of California, San Diego with a major in Communication(s). He graduated with no distinction and few friends. To this day he is still not sure if "Communication" has an "s" at the end or not.

He began his career in local television news as a reporter and sometimes anchor -- with stints in Pocatello, ID, Redding, CA, San Diego, CA, and Columbus, OH. He was fired from many of those jobs amongst growing viewer backlash.

Where to find Kevin Leu online


Where to buy in print


Videos

A Day in the Life of a Ridiculously Good-Looking Author
Ever wondered what it's like to be an author? A really, really good-looking author? Well wonder no more...

Books

Berating Others On Your Way to a Lifetime of Happiness: That, and Dating Around the World
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 64,270. Language: English. Published: October 1, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Sex and Relationships  » Sex guides & how tos
Ludicrous, belligerent, irresponsible, yet tantalizingly handsome, the Silicon Valley Bachelor has been the most sought after bachelor since Steve Wozniak. He's partied all over the world, proudly making it a point to get drunker than everyone else - particularly at technology events where alcohol is free and others are too busy networking. After nearing 200k readers, he decided "book time".

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