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My Book Beginnings is taken from A DANGEROUS DUET by Karen Odden:
"The back door of the Octavian Music Hall stood ajar, and a wedge of yellow light streaked out into the dark, crooked quadrangle of the yard. I picked my way toward it across the uneven ground glad that I was in stout boots and trousers instead of my usual skirts."