Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Weekly Dose of Crafts

Not much to see today but I wanted to tell you that I finished my shawl from last week! It ate up yarn like crazy and during the bind off I finally ran out of yarn. I had to do some cringe worthy things to finish including using tails and eventually when those ran out I found a swatch of the same yarn and started to unravel it, the shawl was getting done and I wasn't going to go buy a new ball just for the bind off lol!

Sunday I ordered 2 seasons worth of the Berroco booklets and actually the yarn to start the scarf I linked to last week. When my package arrives later this week I think I will definitely be starting my scarf. But in the meantime I've been doing a little bit of work on two of my wips from long ago. They look like blobs here but eventually they will both be scarves/shawls!

For more crafty goodness be sure to stop over at WIP Wednesday! And find me on Raverly as mint910.

Sunday, June 26, 2011

This Week in Books or Say Hello to My Floor!

The direct result of getting rid of all those books last week was having wayyyy more floor space so to celebrate I spread out all my new books on the floor to take a picture! Yay!

All the books this week are Just Showed Up review copies.

The Bed and the Bachelor by Tracy Anne Warren
Texas Gothic by Rosemary Clement-Moore
Starstruck by Cyn Balog
Bad Taste in Boys by Carrie Harris
Sass & Serendipity by Jennifer Ziegler
The Other Countess by Eve Edwards
Amen, L.A. by Cherie Bennett & Jeff Gottesfeld
The Sons of Liberty: Death and Taxes by a ton of people
Wildcat Fireflies by Amber Kizer
The Summer I Learned to Fly by Dana Reinhardt
Away Teri Hall
Stay with Me by Paul Griffin

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Weekly Dose of Crafts

I'm back!!!!!!!!!!! I'm not sure when but sometime last week I got going again on this shawl I had started in the Spring! And I've been knitting daily on it ever since! I've recaught the knitting bug!

It is this pattern and the yarn I am using is Bernat Mosaic in Ambrosia, I've used this yarn before for a few projects I think, luckily they have come out with some new colors that I'm hoping to try sometime soon!

Also, any Berroco lovers out there? They recently came out with their new Fall/Winter yarns and booklets, I'm so excited! This is my favorite yarn and pattern!

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Blog Tour: Imaginary Girls by Nova Ren Suma

Today I'm excited to welcome Nova Ren Suma, the author of Imaginary Girls! I've heard wonderful things about her book and can't wait to get my hands on a copy! The book was released on June 14th, here is a bit of information on the book:

Chloe's older sister, Ruby, is the girl everyone looks to and longs for, who can't be captured or caged. When a night with Ruby's friends goes horribly wrong and Chloe discovers the dead body of her classmate London Hayes left floating in the reservoir, Chloe is sent away from town and away from Ruby.

But Ruby will do anything to get her sister back, and when Chloe returns to town two years later, deadly surprises await. As Chloe flirts with the truth that Ruby has hidden deeply away, the fragile line between life and death is redrawn by the complex bonds of sisterhood.

With palpable drama and delicious craft, Nova Ren Suma bursts onto the YA scene with the story that everyone will be talking about. 
On each blog tour stop Nova is sharing a secret about Imaginary Girls. Let's hear about Secret #2!

I’m here spilling secrets about my book Imaginary Girls. As the cover says, “Secrets never stay below the surface.” I guess not, because here’s another one bubbling up now…

Secret #2: I attempted—and failed—to write Imaginary Girls as a NaNoWriMo novel.

One year I needed a kick in the pants, so I signed up to write a novel in a month. It was November of 2007, and I decided to quickly draft my first YA novel for NaNoWriMo, aka National Novel Writing Month. That novel was an early, embryonic form of Imaginary Girls, and I gave those 1,667 words a day a solid try, even though my usual way of writing is to carefully carve and revise as I go. I got over 40,000 rough words in thirty days, which is miraculous for me, but that’s still not enough to “win” NaNoWriMo: You need 50,000. Still, it’s a good amount of words. The problem was that these words were terrifyingly bad. Awful. Cringe-worthy. In horror, I put the draft aside, unsure of how to fix it.

A few months later—when I could still barely bring myself to look at the NaNoWriMo draft—I was sitting in a cafĂ© one morning before work and turned on my laptop only to find the screen ominously turn to rainbows and then go blank. Turns out my hard drive melted into nothingness and no data could be retrieved, not even by professionals. And guess what? I hadn’t backed up in months and the only place that novel existed was on my hard drive. Even if I’d wanted to revise the pages I’d written in a month, I couldn’t. They were gone forever. (Yes, I cried. Now I see it as a painful blessing. Also I now obsessively back up my computer and you should, too.)

So that’s why no words remain from my first attempt at writing Imaginary Girls. But I wanted to write the book so badly that I started over, from scratch, giving myself way longer than a single month to draft it, and now here we are.

And a few more goodies:

Book Trailer:

Book Sampler
Nova Ren Suma's website and twitter

And last but not least, a giveaway!

Here's how to enter to the winner of a signed finished copy of Imaginary Girls!

Fill out the entry form here.

Entries left in the comments of this post will not be counted.

The giveaway is open to addresses within the U.S.

You must be 13 years or older to enter this contest.

The giveaway will end July 5th at 6:59 pm Central Time.

I'm asking for your address straight up.  I will also email you so you know you have won. I will delete the spreadsheet once I have got the winner's information. 

Monday, June 20, 2011

Giveaway: 13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher

In celebration of the paperback release and launch of the 13 Reasons Why website I have a giveaway for you!

Penguin launched the 13RW Project at as a place for fans of Thirteen Reasons Why to record their thoughts, stories, videos and photos relating to the book, and to view what other readers from all across the country have shared. Each review is logged on a map to show the many locations that viewers are posting from, and all content is shareable through Facebook and Twitter.

Here is a little about the book if you are unfamiliar: 

Thirteen Reasons Why is the story of a girl named Hannah Baker who takes her own life. But before she does, she records several cassette tapes explaining why and sends them to the people she feels pushed her toward that decision. The story is told from the point of view of Clay Jensen who spends the night crisscrossing his town with Hannah’s voice as his guide. He becomes a first-hand witness to Hannah’s pain, and learns the truth about himself—a truth he never wanted to face.

The anti-bullying anthem was published in hardcover in October 2007 by Razorbill, and quickly became a word-of-mouth favorite among teenaged readers with fans claiming, “This book changed my life.” The novel has been on the New York Times children’s hardcover bestseller list for 65 weeks, foreign rights have been sold into 30 countries and it has been acquired by Universal Pictures and will star Selena Gomez.

I'll admit I have had the book for years but have been a little afraid to read it. I know my reaction to it will be really strong and I'm not sure if I'm ready for it yet. From what I've heard this book is amazing though!

Here's how to enter to be 1 of 2 winners of the paperback!

Fill out the entry form here.

Entries left in the comments of this post will not be counted.

The giveaway is open to addresses within the U.S.

You must be 13 years or older to enter this contest.

The giveaway will end June 27th at 6:59 pm Central Time.

I'm asking for your address straight up.  I will also email you so you know you have won. I will delete the spreadsheet once I have got the winner's information.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

This Week in Books or 354 books lighter

I have something amazing to tell you. Once they get to their new homes I will have gotten rid of 354 books this week. Can you believe it? 

Anyhow, two books for me this week, one I'm VERY excited about!

Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins (Requested review copy)
Exile by Rebecca Lim (Just showed up review copy)

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

#NinePaths Mystery Object & the Premiere of Chloe King!

After finishing the Ninth Path yesterday I had one item left in my box, a copy of Romeo and Juliet, eventually I got an email saying that I would be able to figure out the meaning of it by watching tonight's premiere! At first I took it very literal expecting Chloe to be reading the book for school or something and then eventually it dawned on me what the book represented.

The book totally represents Chloe and Brian's relationship (if they end up having one) the Mai tell Chloe that Mai (Chloe) and Humans (Brian) can never be intimate or kiss because the human will die. So Romeo & Juliet perfectly represent the star crossed lover quality of their relationship!

Did you enjoy the premiere of Chloe King? I had a lot of fun watching it, gasping and squealing, I can't wait to see where it goes!

Monday, June 13, 2011

The Final Path of #NinePaths

When I got home tonight and immediately checked my email on my MaiPad because I knew the first clue for the ninth and final path should be waiting for me and it was!

I found out it was finally time to get in touch with Chloe and I had to locate her email address. The first clue I was given was this:

I had to translate it using the book of Mai and it translated to YELTIHW.  I was then told to enter it onto the Rezza Capital website where I would be able to find Chloe's email address.

 I was told it might be a little hard to figure out which email address was Chloe's but it might be in Russian or Ukrainian. 

There were a lot of possibilities but luckily I had Chloe's birth certificate out because I thought I might be able to match her name that way and while I wasn't I did locate something that told me which was her's!

See that red number, well it luckily corresponded to the numbers in this email list and wouldn't you know it, it was Chloe's!

I ended up using Google to translate it and luckily you don't even need to specify which language you are trying to translate, it just knows! I emailed ChloeKing@instamailr dot com to TRUST NO ONE and got back an auto reply from her, it looks like she is busy having fun and might not receive our warning! I'm excited to tune into the premiere tomorrow night to see what will happen to Chloe and see if she's received any of our warnings!

I do have one final item in my game box that I haven't used yet and I was told to watch the show tomorrow and see if I could figure out it's meaning!

Sunday, June 12, 2011

#NinePaths Seventh & Eighth Paths

Can you believe Chloe King premiers on Tuesday! Where has the time gone! It seems like just yesterday I started down the Nine Paths and I have it on good authority the Ninth and final path starts tomorrow!

Last week I received this business card and pen in that mail. I noticed how the top was cut strangely and knew there was something special about this business card, it was the start of the seventh path.

Turning it over revealed the message to "Check the box" and when reading that I knew exactly what this card fit with, the envelope Chloe's adoption papers came with.

The email from the Mai on my MaiPad revealed that the word "Hunter" is actually a key to unlock the Media Folder on my MaiPad. When I unlocked it, it revealed a short video of two men plotting something evil and revealed the face of Chloe's foe, Whitley Rezza.

I was also told that once I discovered his identity to tweet the Mai symbol for Foe which you will see below to signal I had completed the seventh path!

Friday afternoon I came home to two identical slim envelopes. One was a warning and the other a threat! Signaling the start of the eighth path! The warning was a note for the Mai saying the stakes were getting higher and to tread carefully. To help me along my journey they enclosed a Mai Protection charm and said there had been a breach in the Mai security system and that if anyone or any group tried to contact me about Chloe to let them know ASAP.

And it turns out the other envelope held a postcard with just that, a threat from! So I immediately pulled out my MaiPad and emailed the Mai asking for help!

While I waited to hear back from the Mai I got a little curious about Batko's signature when I had talked to him on twitter his name was slightly different and didn't have a period in it. Guessing it might be a weblink I typed it into my browser and found this picture!

Poor Chloe she doesn't even know she's in danger! 

The Mai wrote me back and said I have completed the Eighth path and that they have Protection Charms available to the first 500 people that request one with the word DECEPTION here

The Nine Paths to Chloe King Free Gift offer (“Offer”) is valid from 5/24/11 at 8:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time ("PDT") to 6/14/11 at 11:59:59 PM PDT or until supplies last, whichever is sooner. Offer open to residents of 50 US & DC, 13 & older who follow a participating blogger in The Nine Paths to Chloe King Blogger/Journalist Program (“Blogger”) at time of redeeming free gift (“Free Gift”). Each 1 of 3 Free Gifts available is tied to a different code word which will be revealed by Blogger at 3 separate times (estimated to be 5/24/11, 6/6/11, and 6/10/11). To redeem a Free Gift (while supplies last), go to & enter code. Expect Free Gift within 8–10 weeks from 6/13/11.  Limit: 1 Free Gift/person.   Void where prohibited.

This Week In Books

As I try again to get rid of more books it's a relief that this weeks collection is so very tiny.

Want to Go Private by Sarah Darer Littman (Just Showed Up Review Copy)
Knits to Fit and Flatter by Jane Ellison (Purchased at Borders)

Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Guest Post from Rainbow Rowell, author of Attachments

You may remember my review of Attachments from several weeks back where I proclaimed the book was my favorite book of all time. Well I am giddy with excitement that Rainbow was kind enough to write a guest post for me to share with you!

When I started writing my first novel, Attachments, there was one thing I knew for certain:

I didn’t want to write a character who could be played by Matthew McConaughey.

Not that I dislike Matthew McConaughey. (He seems really nice, doesn’t he? Even with the bongo playing?)

But Matthew McConaughey represents a certain type of romantic-comedy hero that I’ve come to loathe.

The man-pig.

The bad boy. The louchebag. The guy who has to be tamed or fixed – or by-true-love cured.

When it’s not Matthew McConaughey in this role, it’s Gerard Butler. Or Josh Duhamel. Or occasionally even my precious Hugh Jackman.

It’s always somebody who looks good with his shirt off because that’s what this character has instead of redeeming qualities – a really spectacular chest. It’s supposed to be disarming, I think.

But it’s not.

For me, there’s nothing romantic – or even darkly irresistible – about a roguishly handsome guy who treats women like Kleenex. When one of these characters comes on screen, I always want Katherine Heigl to run the other way as fast as she can. (It’s always Katherine Heigl, isn’t it? Someone in Hollywood loves watching Katherine Heigl fall in love with lower primates.)

This stereotype – the guys who hates women until he finds the right one – isn’t just gross; it’s kind of a dangerous lie.

In real life, guys are either sexist, misogynist creeps or good guys who usually try to do the right thing. I’ve never met a creep who was just one Kate Hudson encounter away from being a great catch.

It’s insulting to men, I think, to imply that they need Kate Hudson to turn them. That they have to be tricked into wanting love at all.

And it’s insulting to love to imply that this is the point.

Falling in love isn’t about turning a bad person good. It’s about finding someone who’s already good – the specific kind of good that brings out the best in you.

Which brings me to Lincoln.

Lincoln is the main character of my novel, Attachments. He’s an IT guy who gets hired by a newspaper to make sure that nobody is abusing the company’s internet and email. (The book takes place in 1999.) Lincoln has to read everybody’s mail, and in doing so, he falls in love with a woman who works in the newsroom – a film critic who has strong feelings about romantic comedies.

I don’t want to tell you everything about Lincoln because I’m kind of hoping you’ll read my book. But I will tell you that he’s unapologetically good from the get-go.

He loves his mother, he looks up to his sister. He’s the kind of guy who opens doors for you because he opens doors for everyone, because it’s just a polite thing to do.

But being nice doesn’t make Lincoln boring.

It makes his whole journey more meaningful. Trying to do the right thing is so much harder and more exciting than being a jerk.

Of course … I hope that people who read the book also feel this way.

The last thing I want to read in reviews is, “Needs more McConaughey.”

Tuesday, June 07, 2011

#NinePaths Sixth Path

Yesterday I received a package:

The note explained that to start on the Sixth path I would have to examine the t-shirt closely and then email the Mail with my findings. I obviously noticed the symbol on the front of the shirt which the symbol for danger.

As protectors and warriors, the Mai have
acquired a few enemies. Some enemies
are extremely dangerous to the Mai and
this Danger symbol is used to flag the most deadly.

I also noticed the x99 but couldn't locate any meaning for it. 

 Eventually I found the phone number hidden in the bottom inside of the t-shirt and it all made sense.

Calling the number I heard the following message:

We believe the Uniter is here is San Francisco. If this girl is in fact the Uniter remember she has nine lives. You must eliminate the threat. One word of caution. It has come to our attention that a group called the circle is helping the Mai. Do not allow them to get in your way. I repeat do not allow the Circle to get in your way. Eliminate the threat.

After relaying that to the Mai they let me know you too can acquire one of these t-shirts. You have to figure out what the password is from the transcribed message above and enter it here. Good luck!

The Nine Paths to Chloe King Free Gift offer (“Offer”) is valid from 5/24/11 at 8:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time ("PDT") to 6/14/11 at 11:59:59 PM PDT or until supplies last, whichever is sooner. Offer open to residents of 50 US & DC, 13 & older who follow a participating blogger in The Nine Paths to Chloe King Blogger/Journalist Program (“Blogger”) at time of redeeming free gift (“Free Gift”). Each 1 of 3 Free Gifts available is tied to a different code word which will be revealed by Blogger at 3 separate times (estimated to be 5/24/11, 6/6/11, and 6/10/11). To redeem a Free Gift (while supplies last), go to & enter code. Expect Free Gift within 8–10 weeks from 6/14/11.  Limit: 1 Free Gift/person.   Void where prohibited.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.  Open only to persons who are, as of entry, 18 years of age or older, legal residents of, and physically located within, the 50 United States or D.C. and who are bloggers or journalists specifically invited to participate by Sponsor.  Starts May 24, 2011 once game boxes are received and ends on June 14, 2011 at 11:59:59 PM PDT.  Void where prohibited. Click here for Official Rules Terms and Conditions and complete entry   and prize details.

Monday, June 06, 2011

Alea's 13 Most Anticipated BEA 2011 Titles

Today I am going to share with you the 13 books that excited me the most at BEA this year. Most I came home with ARCs of, and then a few a sampler and a few posters but regardless of what I came home with these books have got me excited!

In no particular order, my 13 most anticipated BEA 2011 Titles!

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith (January 2nd 2012)

This book just sounds super super super cute! I'm totally loving all the British love interests in YA lately! I also like how this is set over 24 hours and in an airport and a plane!

 (September 5th 2011)

I really enjoyed Keplinger's first book, The DUFF so I'm sure this one will be just as good! She doesn't shy away from telling it how it is and using the real language teens actually use!

Straw House, Wood House, 
Brick House, Blow by Daniel Nayeri (October 11th 2011)

I really enjoyed Another Faust that Nayeri wrote with his sister. And this sounds like a highly original book, it's 4 novellas from different genres. The sampler I got features the novella Blow I believe which is a love story told from Death's perspective, this definitely seems like it will be interesting!


This is the second year in a row I failed to meet Daniel Handler aka Lemony Snicket, hopefully someday! But I was still lucky enough to score a copy of his upcoming book Why We Broke Up. It looks like the story starts with a box of things from the relationship of these two people! I think it could be fabulous!

The Future of Us by Jay Asher & Carolyn Mackler
(November 21st 2011)

I love the idea of The Future of Us, in 1996 two kids find their facebook pages from 15 years in the future. Not something you will see everyday! I am always attracted to books that explore social media as a means of storytelling!

(October 10th 201)

I danced for about 12 years from Elementary school until I graduated from High school and while I was never as serious as it sounds like the characters in this book are I've always had a soft spot for dance,t so I'm totally excited about this book!

Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick 
by Joe Schreiber (October 25th 2011)

When I saw the title for this book on the screen at the YA Editors Buzz I burst out laughing. And even though it turned out the book wasn't about anything I had expected it to be, it turned out to be even more crazy and original sounding! I don't want to give a lot away but the back of the ARC says "Ferris Bueller Meets La Femme Nikita in this funny, action-packed young adult novel."

I was lucky enough to hear Mindy speak at one of the Adult Author Breakfasts at BEA and let me tell you, she was HILARIOUS! I read a few of the sample chapters  and I love her writing style, it's going to be wonderful! No wonder the Office can be so funny when they have someone like her writing it!

Cakespy: Sweet Treats for a 
Sugar-Filled Life by Jessie Oleson
(October 11th 2011)

This book has never made me want to eat paper more. The sampler came with two recipes, one for S'moreos and one for Ice Cream Pudding Pie, both which look delicious There are also cute illustrations sprinkled throughout! To hold me over until the release I have been checking out the CakeSpy blog!

Good Girls Don't by Victoria Dahl (August 30th 2011)

I've loved all of the Victoria Dahl books I've read so far so I have a feeling this one will be just as fun!

Until There Was You by Kristan Higgins (October 25th 2011)

I've also really enjoyed all the Kristan Higgins books I've read! I think Victoria Dahl and Kristan Higgins are definitely my two favorite contemporary romance authors!

Missed Connections: Love, Lost & Found by Sophie Blackall (September 22nd 2011)

When I was looking up events that were going to be at BEA a found a listing for Sophie Blackall's Missed Connections and wondered how I had gone so long without knowing about her! The book is set to be a collection of her beautiful drawings of missed connections, you know, the ads in the newspaper, I saw you (insert place) and you were wearing (insert color and shirt type) and I was the person in the.... anyhow from what I've seen of her drawings and the poster she signed for me at BEA this is going to be one beautiful book!

Marcel the Shell with Shoes On: Things About Me by Jenny Slate & Dean Fleischer-Camp 
(November 1st 2011)

What else can I say about this one besides it's Marcel the Shell AS A BOOK! I've heard there are going to be paintings in the book instead of photography like I had imagined. I was so excited to meet the two creators at BEA!

To see a full list of the books I picked up at BEA click here.

Sunday, June 05, 2011

This Week in Books or Two Weeks Worth Again!

Today I am sharing the books I got at home in the last two weeks, NYC and BEA will come later!

All just showed up review copies:

Legend by Marie Lu (this one came in an interesting little marketing box)
All You Desire by Kirsten Miller
Passion by Lauren Kate

Saturday, June 04, 2011

Get Rid of Books Summer Challenge!

Do you have so many books it would take multiple lifetimes to read them all? When you look at your books do you see clutter instead of wonderful reading adventures? Have you ruined a bookcase because of the weight you have tried to force it to hold? Do you laugh when someone asks you if you have enough bookcases for all those books? Do you regularly trip over stacks of books? Do you use a stack of books as a side table?  If you answered yes to any of these questions I may have an answer for you.... the Get Rid of Books Summer Challenge!

Ok now seriously, I was chatting with a few lovely people on twitter asking if anyone would be interested in embarking on a challenge where we try and get rid of books, which I know is very hard! And both Sarah and Lilibeth were kind enough to express interest!

I'm going to keep this very simple and laid back, it is summer after all! 

This is how it will work:

Starting today June 4th until September 4th do whatever you need to to get rid of some books, I don't care where they go, donate them, sell them, pass them on, have a contest. Whatever you feel comfortable with (please don't tell me if they go in the garbage though I might cry!) and keep track of the number of books that are no longer in your possession.

Come back here at the end of the challenge and give me your final tally, we will do this on the honor system. And whoever has gotten rid of the most books over the summer will win a book (Under $20 and something I can easily purchase in the US, and US only for shipping), yes totally against our point I know, but that's how I roll!

So that's basically it! Leave a comment here if you would like to join in! Maybe I'll do a mid-point check in to see how everyone is doing!

Also I couldn't have a challenge without a quick little button for you all if you want to use it! Ironically the books in that photo I've already looked through and they are not going to be going anywhere!

Let me know if you have any questions and good luck! 

Friday, June 03, 2011

#NinePaths Fourth and Fifth Paths

Yesterday I opened up my email on my MaiPad to see the beginning of the fourth path! The email instructed me to take out the mysterious pink bib (I couldn't wait to find out what the bib was for!) in my game box and look carefully to find the symbol on it.

Here is the symbol:

I translated the symbol using the Book of Mai on my MaiPad the symbol means:

Although known for their cautious nature, 
the Mai have an innate sense about who
can be trsted and use this Symbol as a
universal stamp of approval.

Then I typed in the web link that was listed by the symbol: Then typed in trust (lowercase mind you) into the Vendor Code area which brought up a clip of Chloe King being chased ending with the words "Chloe is in danger and needs your help."

And today I started on the Fifth path as well! I received an email telling me there was someone out there trying to do harm to Chloe. They are @Batko614 on twitter and we (and I would love your help on this) are supposed to tweet him misleading messages so he doesn't find Chloe. I think I'm going to tweet him that I last saw her riding away on a tapir in the jungle. :P If you decide to tweet him too let me know what lie you told him on twitter! If you want to follow me on twitter you can find me at @mint910!

As I was getting ready to work on my post I received another email saying to continue the path I should search "Chloe's Crush" on Google to find a hidden video of Chloe's life! 

It lead me to this video showing a bit more of the cute boy Chloe met in the trailer for the show!

Can't wait to see where the Sixth Path will take me!

Thursday, June 02, 2011

Arrival of the BEA Box (only 1 this year!)

My box of BEA books arrived this afternoon and I was very excited to see the box was intact, unlike last year! I tried to approach BEA with a more casual attitude this year (which included being more picky about what books I came home with), and I think I mostly succeeded! I'll share some highlights of my trip soon! If you want to see the visual highlights visit this post

If you went to BEA or even if you didn't, what book are you most excited to read from BEA?

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