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Ranking Hemingway Short Stories

I mentioned in a post from the other day that I love Ernest Hemingway. And it’s true. He is my favorite of the Lost Generation of writers, and I’m so drawn to his works, I can’t help but love them. 980 more words


To write and to rewrite

Why sit and admire


it’s not just the lines and lines and lines of

shining, razor prose

the way potato mashed through the tines… 88 more words


Top 5 Wednesday: Authors You Want to Read More From

Top 5 Wednesday was created by Lainey and is hosted by Samantha.

All information can be found here.

This week we talk a little about the authors we want to read more from. 325 more words


Pithier Posts

I’ve been practicing brevity lately in terms of blogging, realizing, posts shouldn’t be the length of War and Peace.

I have 1,571 posts in my archives, and if you read the earlier ones, boy…did I need an editor. 142 more words


Writing Advice from Ernest Hemingway

MailPoet shares a short article of practical and inspiring writing advice from Ernest Hemingway…

SOURCE: MailPoet

“Ernest Hemingway was a writer’s writer… Unlike many other novelists, Hemingway didn’t operate on inspiration alone; instead, he meticulously followed a set of strict rules and habits.

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China State Media Claims Xi Jinping is an Avid Reader. Let's Play Along, What Does He Read?

President Xi Jinping’s alleged reading list, from Flaubert to Kissinger

Ting Yan reports: China’s state-controlled media said on World Reading Day that the country’s President Xi Jinping is an enthusiastic reader of literature and philosophy and Chinese citizens should learn from him. 547 more words