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Childhood daydreaming influences writer

12:56 PM, Mar. 7, 2013
Sandra Kring
Sandra Kring
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Hardly a book could be found in the house. The two that were available were an Encyclopedia (A-N volume) and a book on childhood diseases.

According to Sandra Kring, "I liked to turn the pages."

The childhood home of Sandra Kring was not a nurturing one. She never had a book read to her. With no writing paper in the house, she had to ask her mother for some old pictures to write on. Pretty much alone, she spent time, "Living in my head." That is where her imagination helped her play. This taught her how to be observant and how to be careful. ...

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