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in which i relive my childhood

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I’ve loved reading for a long time. (When I was young, I would collect stacks of books to read as I sat on our couch, usually accompanied by a sleeve of cookies.) But this lifelong love affair… 376 more words

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Dewey's 4.2016 | hour zero: intro survey!

  1. What fine part of the world are you reading from today?
    West Virginia, USA.
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