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4. Reading A Memory of Light -- so this is totally geek-girl of me, but this series was a major part of my life. I read (and by that, I mean obsessed) about it all through high school and college. I got friends and family hooked on it, visited lots of WoT-oriented websites, and discussed, discussed, discussed! By the time I got to the much anticipated, twenty-years-in-the-making ending, all the characters felt like old friends. It was a surreal experience to finally ending.
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Top Ten Best Bookish Memories
This is such a unique question because it's so personal and has less to do with plot lines and characters. I love it!
1. Falling asleep to LOTR -- One of my earliest memories is my dad sitting in my bedroom when I was three or four years old and telling me stories to put me to sleep. He would sit with his back against the door frame and tell us stories of Frodo and the Ring from memory. It was my first experience with epic fantasy.
2. Reading with my mom -- When I was little (not sure how young but grade school or earlier) my mom read to me for several hours, pretty much every day. We would go lay on her bed in the afternoons, I'd get a stack of books and she'd read to me for three hours. It was all The Count Counts a Party, Don't Forget the Oatmeal, and Johnny and the Bear, but it instilled in me a love of reading.
3. Seeing Kirk Douglas -- I don't know how old I was, but maybe a tween, when Kirk Douglas put out a book. This was back when Media Play was still a store and I lived in Taylorsville. Mr. Douglas went there for a signing. Because I was like ten or twelve, I didn't have the money or drive (or appreciation) to buy his book, but when we went in, we saw the anaconda line for the signing, and got to see him from a distance. It was really thrilling.
5. My Own Books -- When Persistence of Vision got picked up for publication by Tate Publishing, I jumped up and down, ran to every corner of the corporate building I worked in to tell people, and didn't get a thing done for the rest of the day. Similar things happened when production was complete, and again when the first books arrived on my doorstep. :D
That's it for me! What are YOUR top bookish memories?