"When your life is a lie, the truth could be deadly" - A narcoleptic drifter with questionable past becomes the... more
I currently live and work in Australia. Grew up in Poland on potatoes, Dostoevsky, Chekhov, Soviet propaganda and the Bible (ex-JW). My great counter-influence was Isaac Asimov, Kafka, Bunuel, French Cinema of the 70's and home-made apple wine. The concept of Time,...
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I currently live and work in Australia. Grew up in Poland on potatoes, Dostoevsky, Chekhov, Soviet propaganda and the Bible (ex-JW). My great counter-influence was Isaac Asimov, Kafka, Bunuel, French Cinema of the 70's and home-made apple wine. The concept of Time, Alternative Realities and the unfathomable mysteries of Human Mind has never ceased to fascinate me. The Matrix Trilogy is right up my alley, and the philosophy of Buddhism the most align with my own sense of reality. I've been writing, for a while now, mainly as a therapeutic outlet. Hope to improve sufficiently enough to eventually write a screenplay, or a novel, that could be both; thought-provoking and entertaining to the wider audience.
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Reviews by dbialy 38
A review of Silent CrashThe good news is, the story is only two pages long. The bad news: It’s two pages long. I really don’t know what to say, except perhaps that the writer clearly has passion for writing – a solid foundation to build on. It would be a good idea to start with a simple question of ‘WHAT IS MY POINT?’ It doesn’t have to be a profound one. It doesn’t have to be unique... read
A review of The EpiphanyNo doubt the writer has a knack for writing. The clear, smooth and natural flow of thought was joy to follow. Never left me confused or unsatisfied (except for the ending). The intelligent self-deprecating humor gives the story a rare honesty in exploring the folly of human nature. If we couldn’t laugh at the main character’s shortcomings, we would be gravely offended... read
A review of By The BookGood read. The story is twisted, witty and well structured. The sarcasm and cynicism is not in a short supply here, and the author knows how to use it (it's hard to believe such a sarcasm comes from a female's mind). At the conclusion however, the delightful irony is replaced by a serious and rational tone which, IMO, weakens the story’s overall appeal. What I like in this... read