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A Father

by Scono Sciuto

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November 22, 2018

.....doesn't mean you didn't write a good story!

On the author pages I belong to on social media, I see comments from authors distraught that someone gave their writing a negative review. In a profound way, when I read these comments, it pains me.

When someone reviews a...

August 27, 2018

Never have so few words, expressed so much raw emotion.

July 23, 2018

According to Jenna Blum in The Author at Work, “Hemingway said that only the tip of the iceberg showed in fiction—your reader will see only

what is above the water—but the knowledge that you have about your character that never makes it into the story acts as the bulk o...

July 16, 2018

While I have written two novels, I have started to write short, and novelette length, stories because I am heavily influenced by both Poe and Hemingway.

I like to tell a concise story, one that can be completed in one or two sittings. 

Additionally, in today's day and ag...

July 9, 2018

It isn’t about the number of

words the author writes

It is about the story the author tells with the number of words written

July 2, 2018

Take a tour of Key West, Florida and follow the Old Man as he passes on his accumulated knowledge of being alive for more than 200 years.

One Day I Was is a work of historical fiction that follows the Old Man on a journey through U.S. history. During his expansive lifet...

June 22, 2018

Whether you, enjoy writing, are a professional author or, as I am, an undiscovered one – there is one destination I highly recommend you visit in your lifetime, The Ernest Hemingway House in Key West Florida.

You really don't need any specific reason to visit Key West o...

June 20, 2018

Ernest Hemingway's economy of words style applied not only to his writing.

His Nobel acceptance speech is a little over three hundred and thirty words.

What an incredible three hundred and thirty words they are....

Having no facility for speech-making and no command of...

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