Cristen Hemingway Jaynes Releases Digital Version of THE SMALLEST ENTRYWAYS

Humanitas Media Publishing has just released the digital version of the first book by Cristen Hemingway Jaynes, The Smallest of Entryways, exclusively for Kindle.

Jaynes is the great-granddaughter of legendary journalist, short-story writer and novelist, Ernest Hemingway, who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954.

The Smallest of Entryways is a collection of short stories written over a twelve-year span, including veiled references to both the well-known and not-well-known parts of her family, revealing what she has said is the "unintended theme of addiction," and "varied characters' mind frames as they stand on the verge of change and self-realization."

The book was subject of an article written in the Huffington Post in June of this year.

The Kindle edition includes, exclusively, an additional story, "Pit-Stop Husband" that was not included in the print edition of the book, released in 2012.

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K.J. Wetherholt
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