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Do you know a good place to publish a novel snippet? The full novel has 100.000 words.

I’m looking for a good place to publish a novel snippet — maybe even my entire novel.

I know there are many esteemed writers who follow me. Your suggestions are appreciated!

If you wish to read my novel, I’ll be happy to send it to you.

Have a good day. :)


Stalkers thrive in 2021

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A stereotypical stalker is a disheveled man who tries to break into a home of a K-pop star. While global icons are vulnerable to stalking, anyone can be a stalking victim. What’s even more disturbing is that many stalkers are hard to spot, so be careful who you associate with. When you smile at a stalker, he sees it as an invitation to enter your life. Bombarding you with personal questions is an obvious warning sign. Stalkers don’t respect personal boundaries. They constantly vacillate between love and hate. Then again, when the stranger is a foreigner, it might be a…


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Medium is a great site. Many excellent writers share their ideas with the world. But it can be an overwhelming virtual meeting place for new writers. Let’s take a look at what might happen to some new writers on Medium. . .on an emotional level. As counter-intuitive as it is, a new writer can be overwhelmed by the sheer number of ideas and concepts on Medium; thousands of top quality articles, obviously written by brilliant minds, offering advice and making suggestions.

While it’s great there are so many ideas on Medium, it’s also possible…


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Link to my novel snippet:

https://adam-borowski1985.medium.com/euthanizers-escaping-hazmat-demons-novel-by-adam-borowski-b0993f653797?source=your_stories_page-------------------------------------

2021 is shaping up to be a roller-coaster ride. I know what you’re probably thinking: ‘’Well, thank you, Captain Obvious.’’ Let’s get down to business, then!

Don’t take things personally

Someone doesn’t like you? Well, that’s too bad. Never take caustic and passive-aggressive comments personally. They’re usually a projection of another person’s insecurity issues. Actually, it’s a covert compliment, as I call it because — deep down — the toxic person knows you’re so good at what you do that they’re likely never going to be on the same level as you. And it…


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You know how it goes. You have a terrible boss who’s basically making you jump through hoops. And you need to jump through as many hoops as you’re told — otherwise, you won’t get paid and you’ll starve. Now, I’m sure you know some people at work who’d love to have a magic wand to make others literally jump through hoops. Kind of like this. I can picture you, dear reader, nodding vigorously, maybe even smiling.

I shiver at the thought of what many managers and employees would do if they had magical powers.

All that pent-up anger . …


If you got stuck in hell

Dancing the cha-cha-cha forever

Bringing money luck to others

Wouldn’t that suck?

Oh yes, it would.


Do you think it’s better to self-publish a novel with no prior publishing experience (no costs involved) or ask a publishing/editing/promotion expert for help which will cost $$, of course?


You know what they say — this isn’t an airport, no need to announce your departure.

Still, I’d like to thank the wonderful Illumination editors and my esteemed followers.

Medium isn’t a place for me, after all.

I wish you all the best!

If you’re a new writer, please read:

And a link to my novel snippet:

Au revoir! May the odds be ever in your favor.


Will it really turn you into a billionaire? I think you know the answer

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You can think like a billionaire. That’s what many life coaches want you to believe. It’s a strange statement, as most people will never meet a billionaire.

Many, if not most, billionaires are extremely secretive about their social status and wealth. So how can you develop the mindset of a billionaire without actually meeting one?

What are the examples of the “fake it until you make it” mindset?

Going to a Rolls-Royce dealership and pretending you want to buy the latest Rolls-Royce model. …


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English learners are constantly told how to improve their language skills. English learners are hounded by experts ― be it family members, friends, acquaintances, even total strangers.

Real experts won’t shame you, just because you’ve made a mistake. Fake experts, on the other hand, use shame as a psychological weapon to manipulate you.

You lose direction, because you’re afraid to speak English. You’re afraid of shame. If you want to master English, or any skill for that matter, you must strive to learn from the best and the brightest.

Put your pride on the shelf. You won’t lose face if…

Adam Borowski

I’m a bestselling author — in an alternate reality. Gmail: adam.borowski1985@gmail.com In the alternate reality, I’ve been cursed to be a German girl.

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