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Being the son of the local doctor gave Howard frequent exposure to the effects of injury and violence, due to accidents on farms and oil fields combined with the massive increase in crime that came with the oil boom.
It was in Brownwood that he first met friends his own age who shared his interest not only for sports and history but also writing and poetry.
The Howard family had problems with money which may have been exacerbated by Isaac Howard investing in get-rich-quick schemes.
Hester Howard, meanwhile, came to believe that she had married below herself. Hester did not want Isaac to have anything to do with their son.
The two most important of these, Tevis Clyde Smith and Truett Vinson, shared his Bohemian and literary outlook on life, and together they wrote amateur papers and magazines, exchanged long letters filled with poetry and existential thoughts on life and philosophy, and encouraged each other's writing endeavors.
Through Vinson, Howard was introduced to The Tattler, the newspaper of the Brownwood High School.
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Voracious reading, along with a natural talent for prose writing and the encouragement of teachers, created in Howard an interest in becoming a professional writer.