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“The house felt almost as much like a ship as a house. Placed there to ride out storms, it was built into the island as though it were part of it; but you saw the sea from all the windows and there was good cross ventilation so that you slept cool on the hottest nights. 27 more words


Knowing When to Stop: The Axeman Cometh

I’ve spent a lot of years in the world of words – writer, writing instructor, editor, and oh, yes, reader.  I’m familiar with William Faulkner’s famous advice to writers that they must sometimes “kill your darlings,” those phrases you are particularly fond of which are really not all that good. 371 more words


Lelaki Tua dan Laut: Sebuah Metafora Kehidupan

Judul Asli: The Old Man and The Sea

Judul Terjemahan: Lelaki Tua dan Laut

Penulis: Ernest Hemingway

Cetakan: Cetakan Pertama, Mei 2016 (ebook) 1,336 more words

Book Review

Author by Accident

I didn’t ever set out to become a writer.  For that matter, I didn’t initially set out to become a cop, either.  Both just kinda happened.   582 more words

Gavin Reese

Hemingway at War

Hemingway at War –
Ernest Hemingway’s Adventures as a World War II Correspondent
By Terry Mort
Pegasus Books/W.W. Norton 

Money can be easy to come by, especially and obviously when it’s inherited; integrity is not. 857 more words


The Last Good Country - Part 2 of 2

Part 1 of this post covered the first four days of my Bighorn River fly fishing trip in mid-September. My brother-in-law and I fished those days on our own, and did pretty well. 3,127 more words