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Ernest Hemingway: Life & Words By Ann Kannings
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This book is an anthology of 161 quotes from Ernest Hemingway and 71 selected facts about Ernest Hemingway. Ernest Hemingway proposed the following epitaph for his tombstone: "Pardon me for... More > not getting up." Hemingway’s maternal grandparents were from England. Hemingway often drank with James Joyce in Paris. In 1948, in Venice, Hemingway fell in love with the then 19-year-old Adriana Ivancich. The love affair inspired the novel Across the River and Into the Trees. Hemingway preferred to work standing up, spending hours and hours at a time on his feet, moving only to shift his weight from one leg to the other. “A man can be destroyed but not defeated.” “Fish," he said softly, aloud, "I'll stay with you until I am dead.” “Never sit a table when you can stand at the bar.” “Show the readers everything, tell them nothing.” “Work every day. No matter what has happened the day or night before, get up and bite on the nail.”< Less
SAD WOMEN WHO ARE BARTENDERS By DUBAI HEMINGWAY
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Tom is a writer of mostly British fiction about England who is also a Brethren minister in Monterey, California. He also visits bars of sad women who are bartenders. He meets one sad woman who is... More > Laura Deis. They meet and visit even sad women in London, England where they meet sad women who are bartenders because they all flunked physics, chemistry, trig, and the bar. One in London even flunked British Literature. Tom is a fiction author and a Brethren minister, so read and find out.< Less
SAD WOMEN, SAD MEN By DUBAI HEMINGWAY
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The character in this story, John Stone, is based on the life of Ernest Hemingway because he is a character who likes bull fighting and big game hunting. John Stone meets Gigi Liapore who is in love... More > with him because he is a journalist for The Paris News during 1940 and loves drinking Dos Lagos after church on Sundays he hits the bars. He is also a bestselling author in seventy different languages worldwide. John Stone mostly writes about great pieces of literature that could be admired today. Journalist and fiction writer at The Paris News and The New York Times. So enjoy.< Less
The Emperors of Cabrillo Boulevard: Escape from Paris By Harris T. Vincent
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The three notorious Santa Barbara sailors…Tom, Ernie and Emmet are back and once again wreaking havoc and inadvertently uncovering clandestine plots in this third adventure by Harris T.... More > Vincent. Only this time the action takes place in Paris, France. After being dismissed from the Santa Barbara Yacht Club for questionable behavior during a regatta, the three wander up to Brophy’s restaurant where they spot an ad in a sailing magazine recruiting experienced sailors to crew in the Rolex Cup in San Tropez. They apply and are hired by a scion of international finance, whose duplicitous business ventures are under the scrutiny of the U.S. Treasury Department. Upon arrival in Paris, the three meet with the banking titan and another mysterious boat captain named Ronando, a rogue who seems to walk on both sides of the law in the City of Lights. What soon becomes apparent is that a nefarious plot by the bankers to destroy the world’s economies to their enrichment is being put into play.< Less
The Escape from Paris: An Adventure Comedy By Harris T. Vincent
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The three notorious Santa Barbara sailors…Tom, Ernie and Emmet are back and once again wreaking havoc and inadvertently uncovering clandestine plots in this third adventure by Harris T,... More > Vincent. Only this time the action takes place in Paris, France. After being dismissed from the Santa Barbara Yacht Club for questionable behavior during a regatta, the three wander up to Brophy’s restaurant where they spot an ad in a sailing magazine recruiting experienced sailors to crew in the Rolex Cup in San Tropez. They apply and are hired by a scion of international finance, whose duplicitous business ventures are under the scrutiny of the U.S. Treasury Department. The Emperors of Cabrillo Boulevard is another thrilling and provocative adventure about three sailors on a lark whose mischievous inclinations lead them into a labyrinth of extreme danger amidst the backdrop of today’s perilous economic realities.< Less
The Escape from Paris: An Adventure Comedy By Harris T. Vincent
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The three notorious Santa Barbara sailors…Tom, Ernie and Emmet are back and once again wreaking havoc and inadvertently uncovering clandestine plots in this third adventure by Harris T,... More > Vincent. Only this time the action takes place in Paris, France. After being dismissed from the Santa Barbara Yacht Club for questionable behavior during a regatta, the three wander up to Brophy’s restaurant where they spot an ad in a sailing magazine recruiting experienced sailors to crew in the Rolex Cup in San Tropez. They apply and are hired by a scion of international finance, whose duplicitous business ventures are under the scrutiny of the U.S. Treasury Department. The Emperors of Cabrillo Boulevard is another thrilling and provocative adventure about three sailors on a lark whose mischievous inclinations lead them into a labyrinth of extreme danger amidst the backdrop of today’s perilous economic realities.< Less
The Funniest People in Books, Volume 3: 250 Anecdotes By David Bruce
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Print edition. This book contains 250 anecdotes about books, authors, and publishing, including this one: Famed portrait photographer Yousuf Karsh did research on his subjects before taking their... More > photograph. For example, the evening before taking the photograph of author Ernest Hemingway, Mr. Karsh visited Mr. Hemingway’s favorite bar, La Floridita, and sampled Mr. Hemingway’s favorite drink, a daiquiri. The next morning, Mr. Karsh arrived at Mr. Hemingway’s home to take his photograph, and when Mr. Hemingway asked him what he wanted to drink, Mr. Karsh thought that he had the perfect answer: “Daiquiri, sir.” Unfortunately, Mr. Hemingway responded, “Good God, Karsh—at this hour of the day!”< Less
Six-Word Stories By Dan Campbell
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All of the stories in this collection are six words in length and are stories that I wrote and shared with other storytellers and visitors to SMITH Magazine which is the home of Six-Word Memoirs.... More > Six-Word Memoirs are a form of Flash Fiction which is a style of fictional literature or fiction of extreme brevity. The most concise and widely-cited example of flash fiction is the story Ernest Hemingway penned, allegedly to settle a bar bet: “For sale: baby shoes. Never worn.” I hope you enjoy these short memoirs, most are from the imagination but others reflect daily life in all its pathos and glory.< Less
Six-Word Stories By Dan Campbell
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All of the stories in this collection are six words in length and are stories that I wrote and shared with other storytellers and visitors to SMITH Magazine which is the home of Six-Word Memoirs.... More > Six-Word Memoirs are a form of Flash Fiction which is a style of fictional literature or fiction of extreme brevity. The most concise and widely-cited example of flash fiction is the story Ernest Hemingway penned, allegedly to settle a bar bet: “For sale: baby shoes. Never worn.” I hope you enjoy these short memoirs, most are from the imagination but others reflect daily life in all its pathos and glory.< Less
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