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My love of fantasy and mythology started with my father reading the Narnia series to me at a young age and continued to grow as I read Greek myths. From there I have added to my knowledge the Norse myths, a few Celtic ballads, Arthurian legends, and novels like Inside the Walls of Troy.

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