Team Freewrite is constantly listening, learning, and improving how we do things. Ever since we launched the "Hemingwrite" distraction-free writing concept in 2014, we've been on the best adventure we could’ve dreamed of. After examining how far we’ve come, we decided to reflect our learnings in a rebranding project.
I cracked open For Whom the Bells Tolls to see what the fuss was all about. I imagine there are others of you out there like me who have heard of Hemingway but are otherwise unfamiliar. This book review is for you.
Sometimes, writing can be a lonely endeavor. When you feel alone, remember that all the great writers before you found writing to be arduous at times, but they never gave up. Here’s a compilation of Ernest Hemingway quotes as a reminder to keep your head up.
Even during his lifetime, society regarded Ernest Hemingway as a larger-than-life writer. He felt immense pressure to live up to his exalted image, but for all his fame and brilliance, Hemingway was still, ultimately, a man.
Ernest Hemingway was a literary talent, but even he found writing a difficult endeavor. Thus, Hemingway adhered to a writing routine. Writing routines are not one-size-fits-all, but learning about Hemingway's may inspire you to experiment with how to fit writing into your life.
As we gear up for the launch of “Hemingwrite,” our special edition Freewrite, we’re sharing writing tips from the author who shaped American literature. Ernest Hemingway’s writing is famously concise, powerful, and “true.” Let’s break down how he achieves this iconic style.
What’s all the fuss about Todd McLellan’s “Freewrite Disassembled?" By now, halfway through our treasure hunt celebration, you’ve probably seen this image (and many parts of it, if you’re an Internet sleuth) around every corner of the Astrohaus web.