René Junge

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I slept no more than five hours a night for years. I did that to escape my 9–5 job, and it worked.

However, after I became a writer only and was able to manage my time freely, I continued to do it anyway. Meanwhile, I was getting older and hardly…

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Doing the same thing over and over again sounds like a torturous routine, and that’s true until we find an excellent reason for those repetitions.

We all know that nothing in life just falls into our laps. But we also overlook the fact that success is actually subject to only…

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When you publish books, you get bad reviews, too. You can’t avoid it. So, of course, it’s depressing to see the first one-star review in the online store, and then when the reviewer writes harebrained nonsense, you can hardly keep your fingers still.

You want to prove them wrong and…

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People are not robots, and that’s a good thing. Our emotions distinguish us from soulless machines. But everything good also has its downsides. For example, when anger makes us make bad decisions or laziness prevents us from realizing our dreams, we sometimes wish we could at least imitate a robot.

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René Junge

René Junge

Thriller-author from Hamburg, Germany. Sold over 200.000 E-Books. get informed about new articles: http://bit.ly/ReneJunge