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Old 01-10-2013, 01:12 PM   #63
HistoryWes
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My aunt was a school teacher and introduced me to books early on. I remember reading Beverly Cleary books. But I wasn't really dedicated to reading. Then when I was nine, I spent the summer with my grandparents. My uncle had just died in Viet Nam, and looking through his old things, I found his collection of Tom Swift Jr. books. I read them and was hooked. I went quickly to Edgar Rice Burroughs (Savage Pellucidar was also my first Burroughs, I think) and I never looked back.
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