The bookworm may be more likely to steal than the author.
It’s a classic example of the plagiarism-as-a-crime phenomenon.
But it’s also a classic story.
It started when a writer for a popular TV show plagiarized his first book, The Jungle Book, in 2002, according to a review of the book by journalist Paul R. D’Amato, author of The Spy Who Spied.
It was the first time that D’AMATO had encountered a book in print that was written without permission.
D’AMATTO: In 2002, I did a series of reviews on The Jungle.
One of the authors of The Jungle, who I interviewed was a young man named Jimmy J. Smith.
Smith had just started his career in the television industry.
He had a series about the jungle, and I was writing a book about it.
He wanted to do something with his life, and he wrote about The Jungle and it was a big success.
He went on to make a second series about The Lion King, and it also was a hit.
I thought, “OK, I’m done with this story.”
So I went back and I did another series.
And this time it was different.
And I wrote about a boy named Jimmy, who’s the lead character in this series.
The boy is a thief who’s also very intelligent, very brave, very good-looking, and very much the antithesis of the typical bookworm.
And it’s very funny, it’s quite dark, it was very serious, it had a lot of violence, it took place in a very realistic setting.
I started writing about him and then, one day, I was reading his novel and I came across his title and it said, “Jimmy J.
Smith, The Lion, King, etc.”
It was a bit embarrassing, I said, Well, this is the author of this book.
I had no idea who he was.
I said: Well, who is he?
And he said: He’s Jimmy J Smith.
I was like, Oh, my God.
And he says, Well this is my name.
I’m very proud of this.
So I sent him a letter, he wrote back, I got it, I gave it to my agent and I said I was going to do another series about him, and so I did.
And then I went on for four more books.
And there was another series on the series about me, and then he was gone.
He didn’t go back and forth, he didn’t write to me, he never sent me a letter.
But I just kept going.
And the next time I did, he was back, he’s writing to me.
So in 2006, I sent a letter to his agent, saying I’m writing another book about Jimmy J., this time in the same series.
And then he said, I know, but it’s the book.
So he gave me permission to do it and I wrote it and it’s been the best book I’ve ever written.
DUBNER: And he didn?t give you permission to steal it?
It wasn’t the book?
RODEO: He didn?TODD: It was my book.
He never told me who he wrote it to, but he said to me that he wrote the book to Jimmy J….
DUBner: So I thought it was my novel.
RODERO: It wasn?t my book, I wrote a book.
It wasn?’t his book.
DOBNER: He told you to steal his book?
DUBER: He never gave me any permission to use it.
I wrote another book called The Lion’s Eye, and that was my first novel and it had an ending.
It had a big, huge ending.
And one day I was looking at it and said, Who is this person?
And it had all the characters from the book written all over it.
And suddenly, I thought this is really, really cool.
And so I started thinking about it and then I thought: What do I do?
Dubner: Did you write it?
ROBER: Yeah, I do write.
And in my own words, it is my novel, but I wrote this book and then Jimmy J wrote the novel and then we were done with it.
So, you know, the whole series is the result of me writing a novel.
DDBNER: I was wondering if you could tell me a little bit about the book you wrote, which was written in 2007?
ROGER: It’s the first book in the series.
I think the second book is called The Leopard, and this is a book that was published a year before the first one.
So it’s a story about a lion, and the lion is a hero, and there’s a