Love, Betrayal, Deception, Treachery, and Humor
Arlene Duane Hemingway’s book, A Twist of Lemon—100 Curious Stories in Exactly 100 Words (The Three Tomatoes Book Publishing) has garnered rave reviews, like the one above.) And for good reason. They’re wickedly funny, suspenseful, intense, and intriguing, and you will be immediately drawn into these one hundred-word stories—aka “drabbles”. If this is your first experience with microfiction, you will soon be hooked. If you are already a fan of the genre, prepare to be delighted.
Arlene is a master of the art of the drabble. Every word has been carefully chosen for style and content to create mesmerizing tales and characters. Covering a range of topics and emotions, this collection of 100 of the briefest narratives provide plenty of food for thought with enough love, hatred, malice, surprise, humor, deception, reckoning, treachery, and mystery, for all.
An Interview with the Author
We were delighted to interview Arlene Duane Hemingway. We had a terrific conversation about Arlene’s background— she is an accomplished musician with a degree from Julliard. She is a retired public-school piano and vocal music teacher who then went into the healing arts and how she discovered the “art of drabbles” and how that led to A Twist of Lemon, her first book.
WATCH THE INTERVIEW
A Twist of Lemon, 100 Curious Stories in Exactly 100 Words, is available on Amazon and booksellers everywhere.