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This book was written by Sol, a dear friend I met over on . This book is awesome, it is great for exploring the possibilities of your existence. – Seth D8

Who would you be if you could be anyone? go anywhere? do anything? Well, you can! Luke Soloman will show you how.

Luke is more than merely self-conscious. He is sui generis, literally believing himself into being. Beginner’s Luke is the first novel in a series of madcap adventures that, collectively, make up the imaginary life of this lovably irreverent modern-day Walter Mitty.

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A respected New York publisher, whose authors feature a National Book Award finalist in addition to dozens of prestigious award winners, offered the author a contract (subsequently declined) for the Beginner’s Luke Series, which made it out of a yearly “slush pile” of nearly 8,000 manuscripts.

While titillating in the rambunctious tradition of Henry Miller and Jack Kerouac, this extraordinary début destined to become a “cult classic” equally impresses as a work of literary art. Luke’s signature obsessions with self, sex, satire and slapdash highlight a serious point: consciousness creates. The point is there is a point to living in the imagination—for only through it can we reinvent ourselves and our world.

Starting this summer, the author is giving away the first 2012 electronic copies of Beginner’s Luke. By taking advantage of this special FREE offer, you agree to receive occasional publication updates by email from the author and/or his publicist unless you opt out. You must be at least 13 years old to participate.



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