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My Book Beginnings is taken from HALF OF WHAT YOU HEAR by Kristyn Kusek Lewis:
"Even with the windows rolled down, the air feels thic and hot. Like "drowning in chowder," Teddy used to say, although he didn't know humidity like this. New York could get warm in the summer, even unbearable so, but it wasn't Virginia."