Hi. My name is Arkadiusz Kwapiszewski. I love writing and I treat my (and other people's) writing seriously. If you'd care to know anything else about me, just ask. I'm open to people, so come in, feel at home. ;)
If you'd like me to read something of yours, leave your request on the comments wall. Mind you, though, that this doesn't necessarily mean I will attend to it every time. I try and put a lot of effort in leaving behind myself some constructive criticism and really, really genuine opinions. I leave mostly long comments, only after I've read everything very carefully, so I prefer to be choosy in what I review, and to maintain my freedom and independence in general. However, if you ask me for honesty and cold-blooded analysis of your writing, without raving optimism and unmitigated enthusiasm, then there is a very great chance I'll go for you. I don't intend to offend people, but try to be helpful; if you plan on feeling offended or hurt by my comments, please spare me your reading requests, spare me the guilty feelings afterwards. All I want is peace, love and criticism. :P
Naturally, I expect the same from you, if you are so good as to peruse my short stories. Please, read me in your most critical stance of mind. Never lead me to believe that I've written something verging on flawless. Try to leave suggestions as well as encouragment.
In practice I believe I'm much more friendly than that, but I want to lay down some law for my efficient functioning here on Booksie. This site is like a big, varied society, in which, understandably, people have their preferences. Now you know mine. ^^
And also ...
If you think me readable in any way and wouldn't think three dollars a terrible waste of money, you may consider buying my collection of 7 short stories on Amazon. Alternatively, you can keep the money but support me nonetheless by recommending me to your friends or family (if you think me worthy). Anyway, most of the stories from the collection are available free on Booksie, so it's not like you really need to do this.Or just check out the Amazon description for more details.
For Amazon.com click here.
For Amazon.co.uk click here.
Or just search manually "Train to Nihtonky and other stories" in whichever Amazon you want.
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