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David Wyant
June 29, 2012
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New Book (Twelve Years in the Making) in e-book format The Town That Haunted Hemingway ...
Author: David Henry Wyant, M,Ed.
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Under the shadow of The Eiffel Tower in beautifully romantic Paris, surrounded by great literary giants and avante guard artists, Ernest still wrote about his idyllic carefree summers up in Petoskey Michigan
Author David Wyant presents a completely new and unique picture of the hamlet which Hemingway found hard to get out of his head.
Petoskey friends, neighbors and community atmosphere overwhelmed the young author to the point that
Many of his Petoskey characters and plots charged onto the pages of his great works.
The Nobel and Pulitzer winning author changed American Literature forever with ideas and a style forged in this little northern Michigan hamlet
Discover what it was here in Petoskey that seared his mind.
Who were these unforgettable characters?
What is it about this little town that so absorbed him and thus changed forever the way we write literature?

This delightful picture book about Petoskey will:make you
re-evaluate the way a town can influence a person.
Consider it more than a vacation spot of breath-taking natural beauty,
Realize that Petoskey gets under the skin and touches the heart with its charming charters and community feeling of support for good story-telling.
Reading this exciting book
Causes one to better understand our nation's history
will cause you to take another look at what turns a good writer into a compelling writer.
Will cause you to re-read Hemingway and gain a richer more rewarding appreciation of his monumental novels and his unheard of, dynamic poetry

Released now in e-book format The Town That Haunted Hemingway
Author: David Henry Wyant, M,Ed.
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November 12, 2012
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