Friday, December 19, 2014

Four Days with Hemingway's Ghost by Tom Winton


 
With more than 300 outstanding reviews on Amazon alone, it seems many readers are finding Jensen Beach author Tom Winton's Four Days with Hemingway's Ghost to be hugely inspirational. The suspenseful book has been an Amazon bestseller several times and climbed as high as #18 on the Barnes & Noble chart.     

Description:
After big-time Hemingway fan Jack Phelan falls into a coma following an accident, he somehow finds himself in Key West, Florida, literally rubbing shoulders with his longtime hero. 

The legendary author has been sent down by “The Main Man in the clouds” to see if Jack has what it takes to write a book for Him. And though Hemingway knows that his findings may very well determine whether Jack lives or dies, he doesn’t have a clue that the book is going to be about him. 

Over the next four days, Jack and Hem not only knock around Key West but they also travel to some more of the legendary author’s old haunts. Together the two meet up with many of Hemingway’s long gone friends and have some rollicking good times. But during their journey they are also forced to go nose to nose with some things that are not at all fun and games. They both face highly-emotional tests of strength as well. But wait. That’s not all. After their time together ends is when things really get out of hand.

About the Author
Said to be a man who writes with his pen dipped in his soul, Jensen Beach author Tom Winton has been listed as one of Amazon's Top 100 "Most Popular Authors" in both Literary Fiction and in Mystery, Thriller and Suspense. 

Tom's novels have been likened to such classics as Catcher in the Rye, To Kill a Mockingbird and more. His titles are Beyond Nostalgia, The Last American Martyr, Four Days with Hemingway's Ghost, Within a Man's Heart, A Second Chance in Paradise, and a short story collection The Voice of Willie Morgan.

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11 comments:

Sylv Jenkins Author said...

Good luck with it Tom

Lucy Pireel said...

I've read this book twice with more than great pleasure. This author is a rare breed. He actually has you doubting whether it is fiction or reality. The short of it? I'll gladly read more of this author, and seriously wonder how it is possible the big six haven't picked him up yet.

Anonymous said...

Tom is a good friend and an incredible author. Here is what I said about "Hemingway's Ghost" - This is an interesting premise. The great literary giant being sent down from Heaven to aid a struggling wannabe author. Tom has a nice gentle style. It isn't rushed, it isn't erratic. It just flows at a nice steady pace, and there are some nice pieces of prose. His characterisation is good, and so too is his research. I would have liked to learn more about Hemingway.

Sheral Downham said...

Such an interesting Writer had my attention from start to finish

Juliet B Madison said...

Tom Winton is a brilliant author and a lovely guy. He deserves every success.

Pat McDermott said...

Such an interesting premise! Great way to get these two guys together, mix things up, and see what happens. Good luck with the release, Tom!

Barbara Silkstone said...

Over the past year I've become a big fan of author Tom Winton. Highly recommend HEMINGWAY'S GHOST.

Paul Rega said...

Tom Winton is one of the finest authors I have come across! His books are written with a certain amount of soul that is rare in today's books.

Tom Winton said...

Thank you everybody for your kind, encouraging comments. It's words like yours that keep me at this keyboard. I really appreciate them.

Giacomo Giammatteo said...

Tom Winton infuses his soul into each book he writes. It's the kind of writing where you know the writer loves what he's doing, and cares about what he writes, not rushed like so many books nowadays. To me, that's writing.

Janet Josselyn said...

Can't wait to read it!