Article: When Ernest Hemingway Nearly Gave Up on His Writing Dreams

It was 1922, and a 23-year-old Ernest Hemingway had just experienced one of the most devastating blows to his writing career. A blow so devastating that he did not think he could ever write fiction again. In fact, he seriously considered giving up on his dreams of becoming a famous novelist. But eventually something within him drove him back to his typewriter. Read Article

Source: The Writing Cooperative

Author: Nicole Bianchi


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