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Tag Archives: Hemingway
Writing about sex is like engaging in sex: it’s hard. Except when it’s not hard enough. Continue reading
Samuel Sattin presents 8 steadfast, industry-ignored methods for completely obliterating any chance you might have of writing an interesting debut work of fiction.
During each installment of this regular and beloved feature, a new book is reviewed from beyond the grave by a restless author of yore. This week, Ernest Hemingway tolls a bell for Danielle Steel’s “Friends Forever.” Continue reading