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Revisiting Hemingway, Paris, A Son and His Traumatized Roommates in the Wake of ISIS

I read A Moveable Feast on my first flight to Paris, back in 1988. I was 22, on my way to becoming a war photographer. The overnight flight was crowded; there would be no sleep. 1,770 more words

Book Review: The Old Man and The Sea by Ernest Hemingway

Having just returned from Cuba (have I mentioned that?!) It seemed wholly appropriate that my first book review should be suitably Cuban.  Although not Cuban himself there can be few writers who have greater associations with Cuba than Mr Ernest Hemingway. 532 more words

Book Reviews

Wowee! This Party is Hopping!...

Your delightful presence would be most welcome to a cosy dinner party that I am hosting.

You know how I love to liven things up and I can assure you that you will have a most relaxing and delicious experience. 355 more words

Creative Writing


‘There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.’ Ernest Hemingway

Source: Hemingway


Farewell to Palms

“Madame, all stories, if continued far enough,
end in death, and he is no true-story teller
who would keep that from you.”
Ernest Hemingway

The landscape crew began work on the landscape renovation. 182 more words


Inner Beat

“Only three things are necessary to make life happy: the blessing of God,
books, and a friend.”
Henri Dominique Lacordaire

One of best features of having a literary family is the totally enjoyable chats you can have about books and such — anytime, anywhere. 440 more words