How Can Reading Hemingway Books Make You a Better AI Prompter?

New trends need new approaches

Ucha Vekua
3 min readFeb 11, 2024

Creating art with AI is a relatively new hobby that many of us have. Don’t you agree?

I think this is still a hype & exploration phase where we’re trying to understand the best use cases of this tool — Midjourney, Dall-E, Canva, and others are doing wonders with our prompts.

Played with Canva’s new tool a bit

But here’s the question — how can we practice this skill and be better at prompting when it comes to creating AI images?

Well, I have an interesting opinion about that, and I’d like to share my little experience with you. So, let’s get to it. Shall we?

What Makes Us Better at Writing AI Prompts?

Well, I think it all comes down to how well we can describe things.

I mean, we should look at AI tools as some sort of a person who has no idea what we want and no common sense about things that we think are usual, and we should try our best to describe what we want to get out of them.

“Panda is playing golf. It’s sunny outside. He is wearing a red T-shirt, jeans, and a pair of white sneakers. Panda is concentrated on his next move…” “tarada, tarada, tadiri,” and a couple of sentences later, our prompt is just perfect…



Ucha Vekua

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