Almost Hemingway

Rated 3.40/5 based on 5 reviews
Winning the Hemingway short story contest is the highlight of Jan Clarell’s life. An all expenses paid trip to Venice and dinner at the renowned Harry’s Bar where Hemingway himself hung out with other famous authors—well, who could top that? But Venice serves its own complications and takes Jan in a direction she hadn’t anticipated.
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Language: English
About Nanette Littlestone

Nanette Littlestone is a freelance editor, author, songwriter, and poet who lives in Johns Creek, Georgia. A vivid imagination, a love of travel, and a belief in magic and mystery are her creative guides. Her work has appeared in The Writer’s Room, The Sidewalk’s End, Mystic Horizon Press, and Andwerve. She is the grand prize winner of the 2004 Monthly Short Stories contest. She currently chairs the Georgia Authors Guild writing group and is a member of Georgia Writers Association.

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Review by: Debra J. Rigas on March 19, 2011 :
Though quite a short tale, the writing here is good. The setting is vivid. Disappointments linger. But any reason to drop into Venice, Italy is welcome. Even if only to hint at things to come.
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Review by: J. Jenkins on Sep. 13, 2010 :
An interesting story that left me remembering more of its bittersweetness than the elements of passion and sensuality. The emphasis of the setting was well executed.
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Review by: James Pattillo on Aug. 19, 2010 :
The encounter between the heroine and the waiter goes too far for a public place like Harry's Bar. He'd have lost his job if the maitre d' had seen him. Still, the twist at the end works.
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Review by: Fran Stewart on Aug. 19, 2010 :
I thought the story was great fun, and the writing is luscious.
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on Aug. 19, 2010 :
Sorry but the story didn't quite grip me. Maybe it is too short to develope her character
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