The American dream is not always realized by people. While the ideal circumstance is that anyone makes it and the only reason that people don’t make it is because they are lazy, there are a lot of circumstances and occurrences that could prevent people from making a name for themselves. However, people that are unfortunate to go through a series of unfortunate circumstances that land them in their current predicament are often treated the exact same as the lazy people that the stereotype is based on. Fortunately, there are people like Doug Levitt who are willing to show others that people who are down and out are still fighting to make a better life.
Doug Levitt is someone who has a heart for the struggling. However, he also notices that efforts to help the people who struggle have been lacking. He also notices the mentality when it comes to people that are struggling. Therefore, he has decided that he is going to put together a compilation of stories called The Greyhound Diaries. This book presents a lot of scenarios for people to read so that they learn about what people have gone through in order to get where they are and what they are doing in order to improve their lives.
Doug Levitt calls his book The Greyhound Diaries because he is collecting the stories from the Greyhound bus. One thing that he notices is that a lot of people that ride the Greyhound bus are traveling from hard times in order to start over. However, Doug is not looking to just break people’s hearts and look at the struggling people as hopeless. In fact, he is trying to bring hope to people.
Norka Luque is a hard-working musician who has been active in the pop, dance, urban and Latin genres for quite a few years now. She currently lives and works in the Miami, Florida area of the United States. Despite that, she’s actually a Caracas, Venezuela native. The chanteuse relocated from South America to the United States when she was a youngster.
Music has always been incredibly meaningful to Luque, who was born in February of 1986. She moved to Europe after her high school studies to attend business school and to become fluent in the French language. Education was important to Luque at the time. She didn’t neglect her enthusiasm for music in any way during that time period, however. That’s when she joined “Bad Moon Rising,” a musical outfit that focused on alternative rock tunes.
Luque worked as a banker in tiny Monaco for a few years after business school graduation. It occurred to her then that she had other aspirations for her career. That prompted her decision to come back to the United States. Luque has been steadily working on music ever since she’s been back. She has collaborated with a handful of incredibly successful and talented music producers. These include both Emilio Estefan, Jr. and Jose Velazquez.
Nothing can stop Luque from devoting her life to music. There’s no denying that she’s experienced her share of major setbacks, though. She has epilepsy and because of that had to have brain surgery. This ailment has been part of her life since 2007. Her brain surgery took place in the winter of 2015. It wasn’t at all a walk in the park for her to recover from the complex medical procedure, either. Luque experienced a lot of frustration and stress during the taxing healing process. Although her recovery was a tough one, she’s in glowing health at the moment. She’s concentrating on her music and is ready to wow all her fans again.
Luque is a musical artist who draws motivation from a vast range of different and eclectic sources. She loves to listen to music from well-known acts such as Sia, Nirvana, Enrique Iglesias, Shakira, Beyonce, Ricky Martin, Queen, Jay Z, Alesso, Aerosmith, George Michael and Bob Sinclair. She has a penchant for tunes from international pop sensations including Hanson, NSync and Britney Spears as well.