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Old 09-30-2011, 11:16 AM   #86
solitarywolf
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Usually when I am reading, something in the current book inspires research and that ends with a new book and a new direction for me. I may be discussing a classic I am reading with a friend and that discussion leads me to the next adventure. I am very random with my reading, but usually within the same genre.
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