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Why It Is Great to Be an Artist in Germany

In Germany, too, artists are entrepreneurs. But among entrepreneurs, we are privileged.

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In Germany, there is a lot of whining. Most feel disadvantaged by the state, no matter how well they are actually doing. Especially the artists like to complain about how hard they have it. But since I became a freelance writer and gave up my job…




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René Junge

René Junge

Thriller-author from Hamburg, Germany. Sold over 200.000 E-Books. get informed about new articles:

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