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Not a "how-to" on writing, it is merely a series of quotes from letters and publications. Not worth reading. King's On Writing is much better.Published 18 days ago by Kevin C. Rohrer
In my ceaseless, Ancient Mariner wanderings of the Internet (this makes you "one of three"- the whole poem is available at your local library) I came across a clever app... Read morePublished 28 days ago by feldenstein calypso
This book is fantastic as a look into a brilliant literary mind. I read it over and over.Published 2 months ago by c. edwin graves, 111
Good work on Hemingway and Hemingway on Hemingway's writing, and that of other contemporary authors and artistic peers of his, by Larry Phillips. Read morePublished 2 months ago by D.R. Buck
Great book whether you're a Hemingway fan or not! Philips has done us all who are interested in the written word a great favor.Published 3 months ago by Hiram G. Howard
Having read Stephen King's book, ON WRITING; Robert McKee's thick tome, STORY; and recently deceased William Zinsser's book ON WRITING WELL, among dozens of other books on the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Christina Gross
This book provided a glimpse into the mind of a writer who won the Nobel Prize for literature and who won a Pulitzer Prize for one of his novels, "The Old Man and The Sea"... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ed Benjamin
This book is entirely passages from letters written by Ernest Hemingway to friends during a time period. It is very interesting to read and I enjoy it lots.Published 6 months ago by penny
I was not expecting a how-to book, but was expecting more wisdom about writing.
It went down hill fast.