Hills like White Elephants is a short story by Ernest Hemingway, first published in 1927. It details a seemingly simple conversation between an American man and a woman, taking a drink at a quiet rail station near the great Ebro river in Spain. As they wait for a train to Madrid, their conversation reveals … More Gumballs by Michelle Foster (Inspired by Hills Like White Elephants by Ernest Hemingway
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Part Two I was aware of a presence as I awoke. A comforting atmosphere that reminded me of my mother. The smell of soap and water. Freshly laundered cotton. I was far too comfortable to be in my bunk at the dorm. I opened my eyes slowly, not wanting the illusion to disappear. My eyes … More Short Fiction: How Soon Is Now? Pt2 by Michelle Foster
How Soon is Now? ‘…the essential significance of a pea is not, that I know, greatly affected by the fact that it lies in a row of similar peas. But each swing of the pendulum owes the extent of its movement to the previous swing.’ John William Dunne, An Experiment with Time … More Short Fiction: How Soon Is Now? Pt 1 by Michelle Foster
11 Charts That Accurately Sum Up Being A Book Nerd by Farrah Penn via Buzzfeed http://www.buzzfeed.com/farrahpenn/charts-that-perfectly-sum-up-being-a-book-nerd#.waY7eEE7w
7 Stories Stephen King Refuses to Publish by Jake Rossen via Mental Floss 1. The Aftermath King completed his first novel at just 16 years old, and at 50,000 words, it’s just a fraction of some of the doorstoppers he would later publish. In a post-nuclear war landscape, a young man attempts to sabotage the … More 7 Stories Stephen King Refuses to Publish
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I inhale books. Not literally, that would be stupid and probably fatal. Last year, I went through a period where I would dither about with one book for ages, despite it not being particularly enthralling but still, I was determined to finish it out of stubbornness. That was a bad move. It slowed down my … More MW’s Night Stand
The Wall Street Journal has made the first chapter of Harper’s Lee’s long awaited follow up to ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ available to read four days before the book is released. Click the cover to read and enjoy.