Sunday, December 15, 2019

The Speedy Malinowski Radio Show by Michal Karski

Michal Karski has been kind enough to contribute many interesting blog posts and comments to this blog. I hope you will consider supporting his new venture, the new book, The Speedy Malinowski Radio Show and Other Stories. 

Please consider buying a copy and leaving a review on Amazon. Writers need reviews! And thank you for considering this. 

Perhaps Michal would like to contribute an excerpt as a blog entry here. 

You can purchase Michal's new book on Amazon here


  1. Thanks for posting this, Danusha. (Congrats, by the way, on your recent conference appearance) Anyone interested in the Speedy Malinowski book should be able to get an idea about it from the 'look inside' feature on Amazon, particularly the Kindle edition which has the first three chapters plus the beginning of the fourth. I'll see if I can send you a different excerpt. Seasons greetings to you and your readers.

    1. Hello Michal; Might you be the same M. Karski that attended high school in Munich in the mid-sixties? If so, long time no see! If not, and this makes no sense to you, sorry for the bother & please ignore. However, I just purchased your book (Speedy Malinowski...) and am looking forward to reading it.


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