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  • [Books fact 1] Dmitry Glukhovsky wrote the novel “Metro 2033” when he was 18. He published the novel on his website available for free. This eventually led to a video game deal with 4A Games and a comic deal with Dark Horse comics.

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  • [Books fact 2] George R. R. Martin still types his novels using a DOS computer with WordStar 4.0 software

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  • [Books fact 3] Dickens' A Christmas Carol is largely responsible for modern Christmas celebrations.

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  • [Books fact 4] Unlike some of her other fellow Sand Snakes (like Nymeria Sand), Obara Sand is not of noble birth; in the books, her mother is a prostitute.

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  • [Books fact 5] Count Dracula was first depicted wearing a Bela Lugosi-style cape/tuxedo combo in 1924 when the book was adapted for London stage. It was the only way to make it obvious that the Count was charming and sophisticated from a distance.

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  • [Books fact 6] When the Sears magazine printers switched from a thin, newspaper-like stock to a more modern glossy paper stock, people wrote into the company to complain that the magazine couldn't be used for toilet paper anymore.

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  • [Books fact 7] Timothy Hunter is a DC Comics character created by Neil Gaiman seven years before Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. He wears glasses, lost his mother when he was young, discovered he was destined to be a powerful wizard and has a pet owl.

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  • [Books fact 8] J.R.R. Tolkien was rejected for a Nobel Prize because of 'poor storytelling'.

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  • [Books fact 9] Freddy Krueger was inspired by Wes Craven's experience watching a man in a fedora outside his apartment. "Somehow he sensed that someone was watching, and he looked right up and into my eyes.” Craven retreated, but when he looked out his window again, the man was still there, staring up at him.

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  • [Books fact 10] Solomon Northup, a free African American living in New York in the 1800s, was kidnapped and sold into slavery in the south. As a slave, he had no way to testify his case. He remained a slave for 12 years before finally being freed. He then wrote a memoir “Twelve Years A Slave.”

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