Tag: Ernest Hemingway

What’s in Your Writer’s Toolbox?

I need a new computer. I need a new iPad. I need the latest version of Scrivener. I need a house at the beach. Otherwise, how will I ever write the great American novel? I can just imagine Margaret Mitchell and Ernest Hemingway rolling their eyes at me. They didn’t need any of those things …

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Born to Write

It’s none of their business that you have to learn how to write. Let them think you were born that way. American novelist, short story writer, journalist, and Nobel Prize laureate, Ernest Hemingway, was born on this day in 1899 (died 1961). Born to be write…or is that wild? Truth is, I was always meant …

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