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The Basic ABCs-Dolphins Earthquakes and Horses As long as I can remember Ive loved to read Almost as long as that Ive loved to write There was always a connection between my developing as a reader and developing as a writer I know that I learned to read earlier than usual because I remember that my teacher Mrs Lim disliked the fact that I would upset the other students Being taught to write cursive was also a problem with my second grade teacher Mrs Van-Dyke My mom had taught me how to write my name in cursive and as a result the students passing out papers wouldnt be able to read my name I was sent home with a note Spelling always came easy to me due to the books that I read I had an extensive vocabulary for the age that I was at and although what I wrote as a result doesnt seem that great for a 16-year-old was in fact wonderful for an eight-year-old Even at age seven I read westerns and I inspired myself to write my own western I took a yellow pad of paper and slowly began writing my own saga About twenty-five pages later or the equivalent of a couple of months I had to begin school I didnt work on it since and sadly dont remember what my small yet creative mind was concocting Whenever I could I would read and whenever I could get my hands on the family type-writer I practiced my typing I started off with the basic ABCs As my skill as a proficient type-writer improved I started to type-write short stories I wrote short stories about dolphins earthquakes horses and just about everything else I had read about As I got older I began taking books off the shelf from my mom books which I rarely understood I believe now that they were law books and
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