Featured Author Kurt Stradtman

Am I The Person My Mother Warned Me About?

Facebook stalkers? Ladies in red? Carjackings? Am I The Person My Mother Warned Me About? is the personal comedic accounts of a four-year college experience for Kurt Stradtman. Not accounts of late night studying and inductions into honor societies, but drunken nights, creepy Facebook stalkers, and being sexually harassed by prostitutes. You know, all the things your mother warned you about? Kurt Stradtman explains some hysterical events that took place during his four years in college. This first collection of stories is sure to leave you laughing and leading you to ask yourself the same question: Am I the person my mother warned me about?

 

About the Author

Kurt Stradtman, author of Am I the Person My Mother Warned Me About?, is the next up-and-coming author aiming his satire works at college-age students documenting true events that have happened in his life. Being born on 8.8.88[Ruvie1]  at 11:08 p.m. and being 8 lbs. and 8 oz. should be a telltale sign of his life being a little different. From not growing up in a cookie-cutter family to taking a very long semester off college, Kurt accounts his life in a comedic fashion that will keep you flipping the pages wanting more. With a career in photography and advertising, Kurt has always had a passion for writing. Having grown up on the Georgia coast and having lived briefly in Atlanta, Kurt will always call a place by the ocean home. He is currently working on his next memoir, which will account his childhood, travels, and douchebag friendships that has shaped his life and is guaranteed to leave you amused.

You can purchase the book at your local bookstores order desk, Amazon.com, and thousands of other online booksellers.

Visit kurtstradtman.com for more info, and also to buy official Am I? merchandise from the book.

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About jlwylie

Stay at home mom of 2 boys, avid reader and writer. Published by Untold Press

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