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The dope boys in the neighborhood I grew up in were good people. And so Writing Saves Lives will support the Books Beyond Boundaries program not only by leading in-person workshops in prisons, but also by helping to connect volunteers outside of prison with inmates so that the pairs can discuss books over email.

On the one hand, the emails broke our hearts, but on the other hand, they are one of the most hopeful things we have ever seen. Sometimes we would spray paint the frame.

The dope boys in the neighborhood I grew up in were good people. And so we go. However once I forced myself to read it, I found it to be a very good book.

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All the bikes I ever had were put together from the parts of other stolen bikes. Hi, I just got your letter yesterday and I really appreciate you taking your time and resources to do a program for prisoners.

We raised money and were excited to bring something new to the 40 men who had signed up and had the grit to read all pages of our chosen book: I remember a brand new bike being one of the prizes. Then they set out to put their ideas into action. However once I forced myself to read it, I found it to be a very good book.

In the last year, our passion for books met in the most unlikely of places, and we set off on a mission together. We all still believe that reading and writing save lives.

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We could fix anything on a bike at a very young age. But a few times the dope boys in the neighborhood would buy the entire box of chocolate candy bars and let us have them for ourselves.

Turns out he did, and he is great at it. As Joe grew up, he did what he saw people around him do: For some of us, we have little to no outside support so anything that people do that can help us very far and is very much appreciated.

And so Rachel, Joe, and I continued to plan. Clearly, it was time for Plan B. They brought all the kids ice cream when the ice cream truck came around.

One such excerpt is here: I got to know Joe through Rachel. We all still believe that reading and writing save lives. The workshop never happened. Good morning and God bless you and your family.

Rachel would tell me about her client and how much he loved to read, so I sent him some books. In the last year, our passion for books met in the most unlikely of places, and we set off on a mission together.

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There but for the grace of God go I. My desire for money started when I was young but grew stronger as I became older. I would cut the paper in the exact size of a dollar bill and place the real bills on the top of the cut up newspaper to make it look like I had a wad of money like the dope boys had.

This program was designed to rectify the inconsistency between past and current sentencing guidelines. I'm really not into fantasy books and stuff like that so initially was kind of skeptical.

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Just before my double mastectomy inI introduced the blogosphere to my sister, Rachel, in a post entitled, Page by Page. My sister shares my love of books and, if I'm being honest, reads much more than I do.

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