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The Largest Collection of Signed Books. Marcia Muller born September grew up in a house full of books and self-published three copies of her first novel at age twelve, a tale about her dog complete with primitive illustrations.
The "reviews" were generally positive. Her literary aspirations were put on hold, however, in her third year at the University of Michigan, when her creative writing instructor told her she would never be a writer because she had nothing to say. Instead she turned to journalism, earning a master's degree, but various editors for whom she freelanced noticed her unfortunate tendency to embellish the facts in order to make the pieces more interesting.