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Halloween Event Andrea Bellmont

Andrea Bellmont is a wife and a mother. She's been writing since she learned to read. She's read all the classics and her favorite is POE. She love Stephen King, James Paterson, Nora Roberts and Beatrice Small. She loves romance.
Her one true love is erotic romance and she loves the genre and writes all her stories for adults.
She can write anything from contemporary to the supernatural. She loves science fiction. 
Journey with her. She means to entertain you.
So Purrrrr babies, enjoy.

Andrea Belmont
Author of Erotic Romance
Erotic Paranormal Romance
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Jeff Prebis

Interview Jeff Prebis…Sexy People next release…with Bitten Press LLC October 2014
·         First why don't you tell us a little about yourself?
·          I reside in southeastern Virginia. I’ve been writing for over twelve years. I’ve always had a passion for books, been an avid reader, and becoming an author was always my dream when I was young. It took me a long time to sit down and write my first novel. Once I started it, the words and the story were easy to put together. It was a natural process.
Newest release? The newest release will be my novel called “Sexy People.”
What can we expect from your stories, action, drama, romance, sex, blood and guts? A strange mix of horror, science fiction, humor, and erotica. Blood and guts also, of course
Has there been any other authors who have inspired your work or helped you out with your stories? The biggest inspiration for me as an author is Clive Barker. I read his work when I was young and was hooked.
What can readers who enjoy your book do to help make it successful? Positive book reviews. Word of mouth is the best advertising. Express your passion for my work.
Do you have any tips for readers or advice for other writers trying to get published? Don’t give up. Don’t about rejection. Just do what you love to do.
Can you remember one of the first things you wrote? What makes it memorable? I remember writing the beginning of a haunted house novel when I was fourteen. It was like a movie inside my head. I just didn’t have the desire to finish it. For some reason, it sticks in my mind, and I may use the material at some point. The fact I didn’t finish it is memorable. I strive to finish everything I start writing.  
Where do you gather most of the inspiration for your work?  Just everyday life. It could be a new drug that is killing people on the streets? It could be something someone says. I have an idea I’m incorporating into a new novel from a product a company I used to work for sold.
Do you have any other interesting hobbies, pets or stories you would like to share? I’m always proud of my German shepherd. He’s getting old. But, he keeps fighting on through arthritis, hip displacement, and a recent ear infection. He’s a tough guy.
Favorite places to travel or visit? I would like to travel to Cebu, a province in the Philippines. I have a lot of people I worked with for a company, whom I have never met face to face. We communicated by phone or email. They described a wonderful place. I wrote about Cebu City in a short story called “Juggling With Hand Grenades.”


Jeff Prebis resides in Virginia. He is the author of the novels, The Debacle and A Trip Down Psychopath Lane, and the short story collection, Walking On Razor Blades: Stories Of Death, Blood, And Sex. Several of his short stories are available as eBooks. His spare time is spent with his German shepherd. He is feverishly working on his next novel.  


Ethan Radcliff

Ethan Radcliff...Author...sometime poet
I've been writing since I'm a kid. I love creating and tried my hand at art, not
bad but not good enough. A guy's gotta eat. Through high school I wrote erotic stories,
kept them in a notebook, let a few of my girlfriends read them. Yeah, played football,
baseball, but my brain never stopped thinking of sex. I guess we think about it all the
Been on face book for a while never did anything interesting when I was on until
I started to see all the writers and then some poets posting their erotic prose. Men
who were writing erotic romance and stories, I knew it was my time to get out the old
notebook and throw on some poems. Some are old and some are new, the ones about
BDSM are newer. In high school or college, I wasn't on that train of thought.
I see a picture it sets me off. A see an attractive women it sets me off. The jiggle
of a full ass or heavy breasts, get me going. Yeah, my minds always as you say, in the
I want to thank Bitten Press and the two lovely ladies who run it for goading me
on, telling me to go for it and I did.
So my first short story is The Taming of Molly Jenkins. Let's say it’s hot. Is it
based on personal experience? Don't we all pull from real life? The next short story
is The Wait...that I hope you'll enjoy also. Then there’s the Magician, about a male
escort and yeah thought about doing that through college. Instead I worked at a fast
food place, pizza joint and a landscaping service. I have another in the works, it's
paranormal and erotic. I can't wait to get that out of my head.

Thank you for listening and to all those who are enjoying my poetry, thank you.

Ethan Radcliff

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Suzzana C Ryan

Playing with the Enemy
Suzzana C Ryan

Josie never played fair. Josie was like a magnet, men were drawn to her. And Josie liked
men. She'd take any one's man, she looked at it as if he's out there looking and he's hot, why not.
Josie was a bad girl and wore her gang colors proudly. She never knew when to stop.
She never knew when enough was enough until she met J.P. Adams a New York City
police officer. He was the enemy and forbidden fruit. Yet neither could deny the other.
In a quiet village in Queens New York five houses are raided and the diabolical
benefactors are furious; their multi-million dollar business is dismantled and destroyed. Someone
had to pay. They will make an example of the cops who now were riding on the glory train.
Tragedy strikes. Each DEA agent, undercover cop and their families become a target.
Josie’s gang strips her of her colors because she’s sleeping with the enemy. She too becomes a
The streets of Brooklyn and Manhattan may become a war zone. Two of the cops
involved in the bust are murdered. The department is aware the remaining cops are now a target.
One clue breaks open the door to justice. JP and Josie fall in love and in the midst of a drug

Cartel’s revenge they struggle to survive.

Suzzana C Ryan
Author Rebel Ink Press
Ryan to the literary world, started reading at the early age of four. That begun her journey,
she read everything she could get her hands on. From the beginning, she had a very
active imagination. By twelve, her sexual fantasies began, benign of course for a twelve
year old. By the time she was fifteen she wrote her first romance story and her high
school years were never the same. She wrote countless poems and English teachers
reveled in her ability to appreciate the art. Her eleventh grade English teacher told her
she could get an ant through a snowstorm with her writing. She never quite understood
what the woman was trying to tell her, but she never forgot those words.
Roger, Beatrice Small, Kathleen Woodiwiss and Jude Deveraux, those women who
weren’t afraid to take romance writing as far as it would go at the time. Then the idea
came to write her own romance novel, a disastrous attempt but a project that kept her
busy as her two kids grew up. Yet over the years, her love of reading never has
found that with maturity came knowledge...and erotic romance. With her lap top in hand
and the internet she sought out the ways to write what she had in her head for years, one
erotic romance story after another. The paranormal was always a draw, science fiction
too, but she found her obsession centered on Vampires, big, strong and gorgeous one.
Her fantasies now have entered a new realm, if it feels good, sounds good and looks
good, write it. She is doing what she loves, writing erotic romance, heaving bosom, leg
crossing delicious stories to make the heart pound and the mind run ramped with desire.
Press and available now 2012. Since her first release she has over thirty books now and
is currently a featured author with Bitten Press, LLC.
with men and women who aren’t afraid to experience it all, whether they are human or
not. Take the plunge, delve, enjoy and read what she dares to write.
Susan Ryan, better known as Sue Ryan by her closest friends and Suzzana C
Susan was an avid romance novel reader; her favorite writers were Rosemary
Once the nest was empty, she decided to try her hand again at writing, and
Her first published short story “My Body My Soul” was released by Rebel Ink
Come take a journey with her, enter her world, a world of unbridled pleasures,

You can find her: http://www.suzzanacryan.webs.com
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Derreck Graystock



       First why don't you tell us a little about yourself?
I’m a new author, still getting my feet wet and developing my style.  Blood Ties is my second novella released by Bitten Press.  I am currently working on the third installment of the series.  I’m also currently working on my first novel.

Newest release?
My newest release is Blood Ties, a follow up to Blood Rites.  The story picks up where the first novella left off.  The blood sacrifices are still there, along with a little more of the erotic elements and some new additions to the story line.  Blood Ties was actually meant to set the events in motion for the third installment, which is going to be the most intense novella of the series.

What can we expect from your stories, action, drama, romance, sex, blood and guts?
My stories are along the lines of a somewhat gothic style of horror with a touch of the erotic thrown in.  There is, perhaps, a little in the way of romance and there is certainly blood.

Do you have a favorite character in your stories? Who? and Why?
I think my favorite character is Beth.  She begins as an innocent young woman looking for work to help support her family.  Through her experiences, she becomes a little tougher.  She’s a character who goes through changes.

Give us an interesting fun fact or a few about your book or series:
My books, so far, are somewhat historic.  They take place in days before automobiles, electricity or phones.  I found this challenging but have come to enjoy placing these boundaries in some stories.

Has there been any other authors who have inspired your work or helped you out with your stories?
I discovered Bitten Press when I read a book by Andrea Bellmont called Vampire, which I enjoyed.  I’ve had the pleasure of working with her and everyone at Bitten since releasing my first novella.  Since then, I have had some communication with some other Bitten authors.  So I would have to say that Andrea has been an inspiration and extremely helpful to my writing.

What can readers who enjoy your book do to help make it successful?
If they like the book, tell a friend.  Spreading the word about an author is the best way to help.  And, of course, contact me.  I am always happy to talk to people who have read my work.

Do you have any tips for readers or advice for other writers trying to get published?
If you’re a reader, look for books that seem interesting.  Ask others for suggestions in the style you like.  If you’re an author, write what you enjoy, it comes across as more real and believable that way.  If you love it, chances are someone else will love it.  A big thing would also be to develop your characters.  Make them real, describe them and give them some history.  People like to read about a character they can relate to.

Do you have a favorite author? If yes, what draws you to that person’s work?
I have many favorite authors.  I think the first one I can remember following was Brian Lumley, who wrote the Necroscope series.  His books pushed the limits, in some ways.  He could draw you into the story, making you almost feel what the characters felt.  He was very descriptive so you could envision the surroundings as if you were there.

Can you remember one of the first things you wrote? What makes it memorable?
The first things I wrote were just the beginnings of what I’d planned to make into novels.  Unfortunately, I never finished them and they are long gone.  I wrote them with a pen on a pad of paper, since I didn’t have a computer back then.

Where do you gather most of the inspiration for your work?
Anywhere I can find it.  I’ve learned to carry a recorder with me because you just never know when inspiration might hit.

Do you have any other interesting hobbies, pets or stories you would like to share?
I was actually a musician before becoming a writer.  I was in a few metal and hard rock bands.  Music is now just a hobby I occasionally indulge in.  I still have a room I converted into a small studio so I can record.  Now, my studio is also my writing room.

Favorite places to travel or visit?
I don’t travel much but I’m not too far from Tombstone.  If you ever get the chance to go there, you won’t be disappointed,

Now, before you go, how about a snippet from your book that is meant to intrigue and tantalize us: Include links to where we can find your work)
Unedited Snippet:

            Anna was tired after her exertion.  She wanted to lie down and rest but she also wanted more blood.  Her hunger for it and her desire to shed it had become insatiable.  It alarmed her, yet she felt as though she lived for it.  Such a change from who she was less than a week ago.
            She trudged along the sidewalk, peering in windows.  People were settled in for the evening, most preparing for bed.  Well, women were settling in, anyway.  In many of the places, the men seemed to be absent.  Either that or they were already in bed.
            As she passed the pub, she saw fewer men inside than usual.  Normally buzzing with activity and drunken men, the place was nearly abandoned.  Come to think of it, the whole village was like a ghost town.  Where were all the men?
            She wasn’t sure whether or not to worry.  All she had in mind was going back to the shack.  The rain had picked up, pushing her to seek shelter with her friend, Beth.  She was almost to the edge of the village, where she could take the old path leading to the small, dilapidated structure.
            She stopped as a young man came around the corner of the print shop, just past the pub.  He seemed as surprised as she was.  His brown eyes were wide, his mouth agape for a moment.  The only sound that broke the full minute of silence was the loud crack of thunder.
            She looked him up and down.  His brown hair clung to his head, wet with rain.  The two days of stubble covering his jaw and the dark circles beneath his eyes indicated he was lacking rest.  He was unfamiliar to her, possibly new to the village.
            “Are you lost?” The young man asked.
            “No, I’m just out for a walk,” she answered.  “I’ve not seen you before.  Are you new to the area?”
            “Quite new.”
            “Just passing through or have you moved here?”
            His eyes were scanning her as he responded.  “Time will tell, I suppose.  I haven’t decided, yet.”
            “Maybe you just need a friendly face to show you some local hospitality to help you make up your mind.”
            She closed the gap between them, a large smile spreading across her lips.  She touched his face with one hand, the other going to his chest.
            “I’ve met very few women with red hair,” The man admitted.
            “Once you’ve had a redhead, you will never forget the experience,” she purred.
            “Is that fact?”
            “That’s a fact.  You’ll never have such a wild night again.”
            “Perhaps I could show you a wild time, as well,” he said with a smile.
            She could feel his heartbeat quicken beneath her hand.  He didn’t pull away, showed no signs of shyness.  She moved her face close and pressed her lips against his.  They embraced in a long kiss before he pulled his mouth away from hers, moving it close to her ear.
            “I’ve been looking for you everywhere, Anna,” he whispered.
            She broke the embrace and moved away from him.  “How do you know my name?  Who are you?”
            “My name is Henry Lewis.  I’m working with Justice Horton.”
            Her hand went to her lips.  She knew nothing about Henry Lewis but she was well aware of Horton.  She back away, slowly.  The smile never left his mouth.  Should she kill him and run?
            “I’ve got her,” Henry yelled, obviously signaling others.
            She glanced around, finding no weapons in sight.  There was no time to kill him, she would only slow herself down.  She did the only thing she could think of.  She balled her hand into a fist and struck him in the face.  He staggered for a moment, slightly dazed.
            She turned to run, only to find herself facing a mob of angry looking men and women, armed with axes, pickaxes and other primitive weapons.  As the people surrounded her, she realized the terrifying gravity of her situation: She was trapped!

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A.J. Storm


F    First why don't you tell us a little about yourself?
·         A.J. Storm is my pen name.
·         I am an avid reader of BDSM, erotic paranormal romance, and lover of vampires and werewolves. I live in the Midwestern part of the United States with my husband of almost 39 years. I am retired and when I’m not reading, writing, or taking care of my husband, I spend time with my four grandchildren and two grown children. I’m excited that I’m going to be a grandmother again in 2015 with two more babies. In my mind, I’m not this old.
·         I love all animals but especially those in the wild. Wolves are my favorite. I call them My Passion because I am very passionate about them and their habitat. My greatest wish one day is to be able to pet and play with a wolf before I die.
·         I have two previously published books. The first was Emily’s Passion which was written for women of age to lift up and encourage while confirming that breast cancer is not a death sentence to a woman’s sexuality. Love, sexuality, and desire are goals still available to the mature woman and Emily’s Passion proves it.
·         Dark Strangers was my second published book. Werewolves and vampires have been at war with each other since the beginning of time. Dark Strangers jumps in the middle striving to close the gap between the two species. Sexy alphas who are best friends lead the way into uncharted territory…one a female vampire and the other a male wolf shifter.
Newest release?
Alexander’s Story – The Dark Strangers Trilogy
What can we expect from your stories, action, drama, romance, sex, blood and guts?
Dark Strangers is filled with fight scenes, mystery, the drama of brothers, romance and hot sex among the alphas, betrayal, and sarcastic humor. It opens the way to the main theme of the series which is continued in Alexander’s Story.
Alexander’s Story gives us a bit of the history behind The Dark Strangers Trilogy. It also contains a few major fight scenes, lots of drama in this book, romance, explicit hot sex, a little BDSM, and lots of blood. We get a look into the evil that is declaring war on the shifters.
Do you have a favorite character in your stories? Who? and Why?
In Dark Strangers, I have two favorites. Tammy is an alpha female vampire. She is my favorite because she isn’t afraid to say anything and finds humor in most personal situations. She is sassy, sarcastic, and sexy as hell. She knows what she wants out of life and goes after it. She is loyal to her best friend Derek and isn’t afraid to buck the Vampire/Werewolf system of war. Ethan is the other favorite and also Tammy’s love/hate interest. He is a major bad boy who rides a Harley. His mind is set on having Tammy and the banter ensues.
In Alexander’s Story, I also have two favorite characters. Of course, Alexander is one. He is one sexy vampire and he is an alpha all the way. He is also a loyal friend with the shifters. His best friend is Derek, the alpha male of the wolves. He is also a Master in BDSM which is a little known fact among friends. Alex loses his heart to a pretty blonde vampire on a dance floor and the romance, sex, and bondage begin.  My second favorite character is not what anyone would think. I don’t want to say too much because I don’t want to give anything away, but it is the villain, Carl Volek. He is pure evil.  However, he was extremely fun to write. It allowed me to let out my anger, greed, hate, and sexual depravity into a character. I’m not normally a wicked person but it was fun to write one.
Give us an interesting fun fact or a few about your book or series:
Okay, now this question is a hard one since I am a new author. Fun facts about the series…hmm..I would have to say it was fun for me to have these characters in my head. I had always heard but never experienced having voices in my head while writing a story.  Sure enough, once I got going on the books my characters were with me most of the way.  That is, until I made them mad by not paying attention or getting distracted.  Then they puffed up like spoiled children.  The most fun is when I’m writing along a certain line and they throw in an idea or plot twist all of a sudden.  I always sit back and am amazed wondering where the devil it came from.  So I guess I have to give them their props and say that their presence was always welcome.  Even when I felt like I was crazy.
Has there been any other authors who have inspired your work or helped you out with your stories?
Yes.  Yezall Strongheart was the very first author to encourage me to write followed by Gina Kincaid, Ditter Kellen, and Dawn Montgomery.  Heidi Lynn Anderson worked with me, giving tips, instruction, and critique when I began to seriously write.  She was a big help with Emily’s Passion.
I had tremendous encouragement from many authors too numerous to mention but everyone meant a great deal to me.
Suzanna C. Ryan mentored me when Bitten Press took me on as an author.  She has taught me so much and I will never be able to say thank you enough to her.  She took a crawling baby author and taught her how to walk.  I love her and at least on my part, I have had fun working with her. 
What can readers who enjoy your book do to help make it successful?
The number one thing is to leave an HONEST review at the site where they purchased the book.  It is vital to an author to know what the readers truly think.  Don’t be afraid to give a bad review if you truly didn’t like the book, but be sure to state the reasons why.  I’ve had three bad reviews but only one of them was an HONEST review and I appreciated the reader for it.  She had a legitimate problem connecting with the characters and she had every right to say so.
Also, if they like the book they would be helpful to recommend it to their friends.  Word of mouth is very important. 
Do you have any tips for readers or advice for other writers trying to get published?
Number one tip is to have faith in yourself and your work.  You need to develop a thick skin because you’re going to receive criticism at every turn.  This is not saying your work is bad but I guarantee you will try to take it that way.  It is my biggest flaw and one I’m trying to overcome daily.
Number two tip is NEVER GIVE UP.  If you truly want to write and have other’s read it, then do it.  Keep trying and do whatever you have to do to get the job done.  Seek out advice, a mentor, etc. whatever it takes.
Do you have a favorite author? If yes, what draws you to that person’s work?
I actually have many, many favorites.  J.R. Ward is one because of her amazing, sexy vampires.  Her books are awesome and her stories are brilliant. Laurann Dohner is another author I love. She writes fantastic stories and her New Species series is a must to read.
Also, I love Cherise Sinclair, Kalypso Masters, Sierra Cartwright, and the Bad Ass Brats authors Sorcha Black, Cari Silverwood, and Leia Shaw for their beautifully written stories of BDSM and incredible romance.
Can you remember one of the first things you wrote? What makes it memorable?
Yes, I can.  I was in a private group and was writing small snippets to pictures of romantic poses I had found that evoked emotions in me.  I was surprised when people stated they actually liked the small stories and kept encouraging me to do so.  This is where my first author, Yezall Strongheart, encouraged me to try and actually write a story and send it in to a publisher. I was terrified to do it but I did.  Of course, I was rejected many times over for the story but the curious thing is it was honed and fine-tuned and became Dark Strangers.
Where do you gather most of the inspiration for your work?
I have been a lover of vampires since I was a very small girl.  I fell in love with Bela Lugosi and Jonathon Frid of Dark Shadows although they aren’t the vampires that I dream of now.  I knew long ago vampires were more than just blood suckers hiding in the night.  They were sensual, sexual, handsome, beautiful, and even romantic. My love of the wolf, the pack, and their hierarchy gives me my inspiration for the werewolf.  And I have to admit, I loved the wolves in Twilight.
Do you have any other interesting hobbies, pets or stories you would like to share?
I really can’t think of any off hand other than listening to most kinds of music. I’m pretty boring when you get down to it.
Favorite places to travel or visit?
San Francisco, California and Cancun, Mexico.  Basically, it’s anywhere there is sand, a beach, and the ocean that I can sit in front of and stare.
And now, before you go, how about a snippet from your book that is meant to intrigue and tantalize us:( Include links to were we can find your work)
Thank you so much, Julie, for allowing me to come today and have you focus on my books and my new release, Alexander’s Story.  I appreciate the time you have spent with me.
And now a snippet from Alexander’s Story….

As soon as Carl’s back was turned, Alexander scooted his chair closer to her.
“You look amazing tonight. I want you right here…right now, over the table. I’m not going to be able to keep my hands off of you. “I’ve got to give Carl credit. He knows how to dress women to bring out their beauty,” Alexander quietly spoke into her ear.
“Be careful,” Bradi whispered, “your lust is showing and someone is going to see it.”
Alexander moved away giving her a devilish grin. “Are you ready to get this party started?”
“I guess I’m as ready as I’ll ever be,” she drew in a deep breath rising from her chair. “David, would you do me the honor?”
David stood taking Bradi’s hand and escorted her into the ballroom. He twirled her around, sweeping her into his arms as the band played a slow song.
“How long do you think it will take Carl to notice you’re on the dance floor with another man?” David asked.
“I’m not really sure,” she replied. “He’s doing his political bragging at the moment so my guess would be a long time. He tends to focus on himself more than anything else. I’m sure he’s trying to rally support for the downfall of the shifters.”
“Well, let’s see if we can ramp this up a bit and catch his eye. Nothing like making a scene to catch the top dog’s notice,” and with that, David began to twirl Bradi sensuously around the dance floor.
As they made it half way around the floor, people stopped to watch them, enjoying the erotic nature of their dance. Bradi molded her body to David’s, moving with his body beat for beat. He spun her away from his body but as soon as he did, he jerked her back against his hips. The entire time their eyes were locked in a mutually erotic staring contest.
Once again, he floated her around the dance floor, their bodies in perfect sync, gliding to the music. A crowd had gathered around the periphery of the floor…their bodies undulating to the tempo. In fact, Bradi noticed the entire mood of the room had changed. People were paired off and stationary, grinding their hips against each other totally lost in their own sensations and lust.
She saw David scanning the room as they were dancing, “I found Carl and he’s not very happy. Neither is Alexander. I’ll be groveling at his feet later,” David muttered. Bradi giggled at David’s frown.
“Okay, Miss Bradi, are you ready? I’m going to dance you over to Carl. Work your magic on him,” David warned her.
They danced their way over in front of Carl but before David let go of Bradi, he dipped her within an inch of the floor. Her body was fluid motion as she leaned back sensuously smiling at David. As he brought her back against his body he released his hold on her.



Melanie P. Smith

Debut novel by Melanie P. Smith – Dusk: Warrior Series Book 1

From the outside looking in, Alex Deveraux has it all.  Her mother married the wealthiest man in the nation, maybe the world.  She has an older brother who adores her and a step-father who would do anything to make her happy.  But the Deveraux family has secrets, deadly secrets.  And those secrets have finally caught up to Alex.  Her mother died just over a year ago.  Now her father is barely holding on so he can say goodbye.  Alex needs to know what is happening to her family.  The only one that can help her is her brother.  But does she really want to hear what Thomas has to say?

Alex is half-human/half-fae.  She has lived her entire life as a human, oblivious to her true lineage.  When her father dies, her life is turned upside down.  She is forced into a world she never knew existed and a destiny she never wanted.  Alex is the Fae Queen and her people are at war with the vampires.  The fae need a strong leader if they are to survive.  Can Alex overcome her insecurities and rise to the challenge?  And how will Dimitri, the sexy new warrior leader, play into her future?

If you’re looking for something exciting and different,
If you like mystery and suspense with a little paranormal twist,
If you’re a sucker for a good love story,
Then, Dusk is the book for you!


Website:         http://melaniepsmith.com/
Twitter                        https://twitter.com/MPSmithAuthor

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