Hemingway on how to become a good writer.
"Welcome home, Mr. Guillaume." It’s time to play, Ansel. - #SweetFilthyBoy out 5.13
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It’s #TMITuesday and I’m sharing 3 secrets about #COHF!
Find out how you can get exclusive access to them here: www.shadowhunters.com/TMITuesday
And remember, these are secrets … so keep them to yourself Shadowhunters!
(Basically, you have to tweet, tumblr or email the link, and that’ll unlock a video of me blathering - and reading a bit from CoHF!)
Read Rob Lowe’s full Reddit AMA here.
Every family is different about physical intimacy, and a lot of absurd and perverted attention is sometimes paid to those of us who breastfeed past what is socially acceptable as a breastfeeding age, or those of us who safely co-sleep, or even those of us who bathe with our babies or allow them to see us naked in the home.
Learn more about attachment parenting with Mayim Bialik’s guide Beyond the Sling.
Ernest Hemingway to F. Scott Fitzgerald: “Kiss My Ass”
Hemingway once sent F. Scott Fitzgerald a typescript of A Farewell to Arms. Fitzgerald sent back ten pages of edits and comments, signing off with “A beautiful book it is!”. You can see Hemingway’s first reaction above (signed EH).
Take a look at the some Hemingway’s early drafts and his thirty-nine alternate endings to A Farewell to Arms here.