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Hi. We Want Your #PitchWars YA MS!

Hi Everyone!!

It’s Pitch Wars! WHOOOOOOOO!!! This year I’m teaming up with my CP and awesome BFF, Brenda Drake! We will be accepting in the YA category and can’t wait to read your beautiful words ;o)

Dean excited

I’m so excited for Pitch Wars this year! I actually joined the party a little late, but I’m so glad my co-mentor Brenda Drake  asked me to participate! I’m so proud of my mentee, Whitney Taylor from last year. I had a blast working with her and reading her amazing words. There were many times I uttered the word, “Wow.” I absolutely love her voice and writing and I’m seriously excited that she signed with the wonderful Maria Vicente at P.S. Literary Agency! YAY!

Previous years I worked with more amazing writers. I even had a sister duo! Leah and Kate Rooper were so much fun to work with and their MS  JANE UNWRAPPED was just sold to Entangled Teen Crave!! I also had an excellent experience with my very first mentee, Linda Budzinski. You can read our story here. You can also find her awesome novel THE FUNERAL SINGER here!

reading-icarlySo a little about me… 

I’ve been writing for over 9 years in total–3 years in pursuit of publication. I’m going to recycle some of my bio info from last year because it hasn’t changed. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right? #clicheoftheday

My writing is represented by the amazing Christa Heschke of McIntosh & Otis. I had the pleasure of meeting her this year and I am incredibly proud and happy to call her my agent. She’s patient, kind, communicative, creative, and just the best.

A little about us (Brenda and me)…

We met during National Novel Writing Month 2010. And I knew instantly that she was a friend for life. Brenda is so talented and smart about her writing and plot choices. She won’t settle for the ordinary and instead pushes for the extraordinary! Which is why I’m so so so happy and lucky to have her be my co-mentor this year!! She knows a lot about world building, description, plot, voice, query writing… I could go on and on. So this year you get both of us! YAY!

My history in publishing…

I began in publishing as an intern for the incredible Louise Fury of The Bent Agency. Louise taught me a lot of what I know about the industry and writing/editing. I was also an associate editor at Entangled Publishing where I had the opportunity to work with some amazing authors and editors including the talented Liz Pelletier and Stacy Abrams. I’ve learned a lot over the years about publishing, queries, voice, and most recently, story structure that I’m eager to share with my mentee(s). I’m a blog contributor for the YA Misfits and All the Write Notes. I love the Detroit Lions and University of Michigan football, alternative music, going to concerts, singing, reading, good movies, and playing my guitar (when I can). Lorelai Gilmore in her brainMy spirit animal is Lorelai Gilmore.

What I’d love to see in the YA category… (Brenda too!)

This is always the hardest part for us. The truth is… I don’t know. I know what my tastes are like. I love YA contemporaries, a great sic-fi or thriller. I love stories about football, music, love interests who antagonize each other then fall for each other. DIVERSITY – Multicultural, QUILTBAG, disabilities – physical or mental, whatever you got. There has to be TENSION and STAKES, CONFLICT. A good romance is always fun to read. That doesn’t mean have them kiss on page 14. Have them almost kiss a few times then kiss somewhere around 60% or so, then tear them apart [insert evil laugh]. I want to stay up late reading your story. Dave frustratedTorture me. Make me angry at you for not giving me what I want right away. Make me CARE about your characters. MAKE ME LAUGH. Castiel laughingI love laughing so if your MC is funny AND has emotional baggage that’s a total win for me. Please no verse or lots of world building. And keep the info dumps in those beautiful brains of yours. Nothing really scares me off except people eating people. Horror – yes, Thriller- yes. Fantasy – yes, Sci-Fi – yes. I do love Dystopian but agents are shying away from it right now, so… unless it breaks the mold completely, I would submit something else. Same for paranormal romance. As I say every year, GREAT WRITING trumps anything I write in this bio.

STILL VALID —> My ideal love interest –  Stiles Stilinski from Teen Wolf (if you’re not watching it, you’re missing out) – Why do I love him? Stiles is goofy, funny, sweet, loyal, smart. He’s kind of the whole package, folks. He makes you love him. Also, throw in some Mr. Darcy and you’ve got a dangerous combo.subtle Dylan

My mentoring style…

I’m pretty blunt when it comes to editing. I will say exactly what I think is missing and what I believe will help, even if it’s something that seems ridiculous (like changing your love interest – it happened, ask Linda). This doesn’t mean you need to change anything. Feel free to tell me no. If I strongly believe something will help your story, I will push you to try to think differently. That’s our role–to guide you through this process. Many have pushed me to explore other opportunities in my stories. Sometimes I listened, sometimes I didn’t. Sometimes I was wrong and ended up changing it later. I will mostly point out big picture stuff; motivations, plot holes, structure issues, character arcs. As I say every year I do Pitch Wars, this will be a partnership. I want to work with you to make your story the best it can be.

Some of my favorite books:

GOING TOO FAR by Jennifer Echols (really, anything by her)
AN EMBER IN THE ASHES by Sabaa Tahir
The Infernal Devices series by Cassandra Clare
SECOND CHANCE SUMMER by Morgan Matson (anything by her, but this is my favorite)
The Grisha Trilogy by Leigh Bardugo
UNDER A PAINTED SKY by Stacey Lee
THIS IS WHERE IT ENDS by Marieke Nijkamp
THIS SHATTERED WORLD by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner
The Raven Cycle series by Maggie Stiefvater
OPEN ROAD SUMMER by Emery Lord
THE 5TH WAVE by Rick Yancey
SHUTTER by Courtney Alameda
THE NATURALS by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
HOW TO LOVE by Katie Cotugno
DEFY by Sara B. Larson
JELLICOE ROAD by Melina Marchetta

Quick Tips…

QUERIES – Read your query and pages out loud. Read it as a reader would on the back of the book. Would you want to read your story? What is it about your story that you like best? Use that.

PAGES – Your first line should introduce your voice as well as the tone of the MS. Make sure you snag us right away. Don’t bog us down in description and info dumps; it’s okay if we don’t know your MC yet, we shouldn’t! Just make them interesting and unique enough that we keep reading.

That’s all I got for now, feel free to find me on twitter @ericamchapman if you have anything specific to ask. I’m thrilled to join the Pitch Wars team for the fourth time! Be sure to check out the awesome agents and my amazing fellow mentors to see what they’re looking for! GOOD LUCK!!!


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#PitchWars YA Mentor Bio. Whoooo!

Hi Everyone!!

It’s Pitch Wars! WHOOO!!! This year I’ll be taking YA only! 

Dylan Obrien Excited

It’s that time again where Brenda Drake and crew fill our email boxes with amazing words. I had so much fun with my mentees last year. They were amazing and I got to have kind of a two-in-one deal. I chose their MS because it was the one that haunted me, the one that if I didn’t pick it, I would regret it. It had me so captivated. And you know what? I had no idea I wanted it until I saw it. It wasn’t in a sub-genre that I was particularly looking for. It’s SO hard to know what you want until you see it. So just because a mentor says what they want, does NOT mean that if you don’t fit that taste mold that they won’t love yours.

I also had an excellent experience with my first mentee, Linda Budzinski. You can read our story here. You can also find her amazing novel THE FUNERAL SINGER here!

reading-icarlySo a little about me. I’ve been writing for over 8 years in total–3 years in pursuit of publication. My writing is represented by the amazing Christa Heschke of McIntosh & Otis (check out the new website!). I began in publishing as an intern for the incredible Louise Fury of The Bent Agency. Louise taught me (and continues to teach me) a lot of what I know about the industry and writing/editing. I was also an associate editor at Entangled Publishing where I had the opportunity to work with some amazing authors and edit with the talented Liz Pelletier and Stacy Abrams. I’ve learned a lot over the years about publishing, queries, voice, and most recently, story structure that I’m eager to share with my mentee(s). I’m a blog contributor for the YA Misfits and All the Write Notes. I love Lions and University of Michigan football, alternative music, going to concerts, singing, reading, good movies, and playing my guitar (when I can). I’m starting to think my spirit animal is a sloth. And I’m okay with that.

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Now for the fun stuff.

I was asked a few questions on twitter. So here are my answers. I like chips over chocolate. I’m definitely #TeamLogan and #TeamPacey. I like character-driven stories over plot-driven. I think that covers the questions I received. Keep ’em coming!

 

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What I’d love to see… in the YA category

This is always the hardest part for me. The truth is… I don’t know. I know what my tastes are like. I love YA contemporaries, lyrical writing like Maggie Stiefvater. I love stories about football, music, love interests who antagonize each other then fall for each other. Specifically, DIVERSITY – Multicultural, LGBT, disabilities – physical or mental (I have a few myself), whatever you got. There has to be TENSION and STAKES, CONFLICT. There needs to be a romance. I’d like to say I can hang with any story even without some type of romance but I’d be lying. I need it. YA needs it. Don’t scrimp on that. That doesn’t mean have them kiss on page 14. Have them almost kiss a few times then kiss somewhere around 60% or so, then tear them apart [insert evil laugh]. I want to stay up late reading your story. Torture me. Make me angry at you for not giving me what I want right away. Make me CARE about your characters. MAKE ME LAUGH. I love laughing so if your MC is funny AND has emotional baggage that’s a total win for me. Please no verse or lots of world building. And keep the info dumps in those beautiful brains of yours. Nothing really scares me off except people eating people. Horror – yes, Thriller- yes. Fantasy – yes, Sci-Fi – yes. I do love Dystopian but agents are shying away from it right now, so… unless it breaks the mold completely, I would submit something else. Same for paranormal romance. As I say every year, GREAT WRITING trumps anything I write in this bio.

What do we want?! VOICE. When do we want it?! ALWAYS!

My ideal love interest –  Stiles Stilinski from Teen Wolf (if you’re not watching it, you’re missing out) – Why do I love him? Stiles is goofy, funny, sweet, loyal, smart. He’s kind of the whole package, folks. He makes you love him. Also, throw in some Mr. Darcy and you’ve got a dangerous combo.subtle Dylan

My mentoring style

I’m pretty blunt when it comes to editing. I will say exactly what I think is missing and what I believe will help, even if it’s something that seems ridiculous (like changing your love interest – it happened, ask Linda). This does not mean you need to change anything. Feel free to tell me no. If I strongly believe something will help your story, I will push you to try to think differently. That’s our role–to guide you through this process. Many have pushed me to explore other opportunities in my stories. Sometimes I listened, sometimes I didn’t. Sometimes I was wrong and ended up changing it later. I will mostly point out big picture stuff; motivations, plot holes, structure issues, character arcs. As I say every year I do Pitch Wars, this will be a partnership. I want to work with you to make your story the best it can be.

Quick Tips

QUERIES – Read your query and pages out loud. Read it as a reader would on the back of the book. Would you want to read your story? What is it about your story that you like best? Use that.

PAGES – Your first line should introduce your voice as well as the tone of the MS. Make sure you snag us right away. Don’t bog us down in description and info dumps; it’s okay if we don’t know your MC yet, we shouldn’t! Just make them interesting and unique enough that we keep reading.

That’s all I got for now, feel free to find me on twitter @ericamchapman if you have anything specific to ask. I’m thrilled to join the Pitch Wars team for the third time! Be sure to check out the awesome agents and my amazing fellow mentors to see what they’re looking for! GOOD LUCK!!!

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It’s #PitchWars!!

Hi Everyone!!

It’s Pitch Wars time! It’s crazy that it’s here already. Where did the year go?? I’m SO excited to participate again this year. First, I have to give a shout out to Brenda Drake who is the reason this is all possible. There are so many mentors and agents involved this year! I had an excellent experience with my mentee, Linda Budzinski last year. You can read our story here. You can also find her novel THE FUNERAL SINGER here! I couldn’t have asked for a better author to work with! I’m looking forward to connecting with another awesome writer this year!

So a little about me. I’ve been writing for over 7 years. I was 11 years old when I said I wanted to write a book. I also said I wanted to be a lawyer/astronaut, so yeah ;o) I’m still holding out on the astronaut thing. I might be waiting a while… I write darker YA contemporaries/thrillers and have an unhealthy obsession with New Girl’s Nick Miller and Chris Pine.

I started in publishing as an intern for the lovely Louise Fury of The Bent Agency (L. Perkins Agency at the time I was with her). Louise taught me so much and remains a valuable mentor for me. I wouldn’t be as good of a writer or editor if it weren’t for her. I’ve also had the opportunity to work with some amazing authors and editors at Entangled Publishing. I’ve worked with publisher/editor, Liz Pelletier on several books for amazing Bestselling Author, Jus Accardo, and most recently with Executive Editorial Director Stacy Abrams on a wonderful P&P retelling called DEFINITELY, MAYBE IN LOVE by the awesome Ophelia London. I’ve learned so much at Entangled and I’m extremely grateful for the chance they took on me. During the day I’m a Social Media Manger for a pharmaceutical company where I write and edit posts, create marketing plans, and do a lot of creative work. It’s been great to use my creativity during the day too. I think it makes me a better writer ;o)

Man, that’s a lot of technical background stuff. Now for the fun stuff. What I’d love to see…

To be honest, I don’t always know what I like until I see it. Ha. I know. That’s helpful, right? I LOVE young adult books, the angst, the thrill of first love, the devastation of failures. There’s nothing I don’t love about YA, so this year I’m only participating in the YA category. I adore contemporaries like GOING TOO FAR by Jennifer Echols. I love thrillers and sci-fi, like MILA 2.0 by Debra Driza, and love stories, but not the typical kind. I need that TENSION & Romance. I want characters to hate each other (or at least antagonize each other) then find that one thing that brings them together, that causes them to fight for something bigger than both of them. DIVERSE characters too! I love to read fantasy like, SHADOW AND BONE by Leigh Bardugo, so fantasy elements are fine, but my strength isn’t world building. I love emotion. I love literary writing, but if you have a novel in verse, I’m not the one for you. The most important thing to me is VOICE. I know. We hear that a lot, don’t we? But it’s SO important, so I had to point it out. I love to get to know a character and watch them in crazy situations. Funny mysteries? I’ll take them. Pretty much funny anything. If you make me laugh, I’m yours.

I will be tough, just ask Linda (I suggested she change her love interest–and she did). I love collaborating, that’s my favorite part of being a mentor, that and discovering amazing new voices. This will be a partnership, so we’ll do this together! Be prepared to work though. I will also use a lot of smileys, you’ve been warned ;o)

So that’s all I can think of, but if you need to know anything specific, feel free to hit me up on twitter @ericamchapman. I’m SO SO SO excited for this year’s Pitch Wars and I know we’re all going to find some amazing writers to work with! Be sure to check out the awesome agents and my amazing fellow mentors to see what they’re looking for! Linky is below the list of agents ;o)

For submission guidelines, please go to www.brenda-drake.com!

Until next time!

Participating Agents of AWESOME.

Louise Fury – Bent Agency
Suzie Townsend – New Leaf Literary
Nicole Resciniti – The Seymour Agency
John M. Cusick – The Greenhouse Agency
Sarah LaPolla – Bradford Literary Agency
Victoria Marini – Gelfman Schneider Literary Agency
Jessica Sinsheimer – Sarah Jane Freymann Literary Agency
Pam van Hylckama Vlieg – Foreword Literary
Quinlan Lee – Adams Literary
Jen Udden – Donald Maass Literary Agency
Emily Keyes – Foreward Literary
Brianne Johnson – Writers House
Carly Watters – P.S. Literary
Lana Popovic and Natasha Alexis – Zachary Shuster Harmsworth
Molly Jaffa – Folio Literary Management
Evan Gregorgy – Ethan Ellenberg Literary Agency
Stefanie Lieberman – Janklow & Nesbit Associates
Rena Rossner – The Deborah Harris Agency

AMAZING Fellow Mentors.

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#PitchWars – The Agents!

Hi Everyone!!!

Are you ready for this? We have 16 incredible agents vying for our Pitch Wars team manuscripts. We’re so excited to see what pitches they fall in love with, and what teams will win the coveted Pitch Wars Most Requested Manuscript title. 

And, in no particular order, here are the agents…




Louise Fury
L. Perkins Agency
Twitter: @louisefury 

Louise is seeking teen Sci-Fi and Young Adult horror.  She‘s also on the hunt for deep, dark contemporary YA and select Middle Grade fiction with a literary feel–it must be realistic and thought provoking and the characters must be authentic and original. Louise loves horror and romance, especially Regency and Victorian.



Jessica Sinsheimer
Sarah Jane Freymann Literary Agency

Twitter: @jsinsheim 

Jessica is seeking Literary, Women’s, Middle Grade, and Young Adult Fiction.




Natalie Fischer Lakosil
Bradford Literary Agency
Twitter: @Natalie_Lakosil 

Natalie is looking for commercial fiction, with an emphasis in children’s literature (from picture book-teen), romance (contemporary, paranormal and historical), and upmarket women’s fiction. Specific likes include historical, multi-cultural, paranormal, sci-fi/fantasy, gritty, thrilling and darker contemporary novels, and middle grade with heart. 


Pam van Hylckama Vlieg 
Larsen Pomada Literary Agents
Twitter: @BookaliciousPam

Pam represents young adult and middle grade children’s book authors, and adult romance authors. 


Jordy Albert
The Booker Albert Agency
Twitter: @bluedragonfly81 

Jordy is on the look out for Romance (contemporary, historical/Regency, and paranormal). YA contemporary/historical or dystopian, sci-fi/fantasy with romance elements. Shes also open to YA GLBT within those genres. She’d love to see unique, well-developed plots featuring time travel, competitions, or travel.


Andrea Somberg 

Harvey Klinger Inc.
Twitter: @andreasomberg 

Andreas looking for the following categories: Fiction; literary, commercial, womens fiction, romance, thrillers, mystery, paranormal, fantasy, science fiction, young adult, middle grade.



Jennifer Mishler

Literary Counsel
Twitter: @literarycounsel 

Jennifer is seeking Young Adult Fantasy, Young Adult Contemporary, Young Adult Literary, and Young Adult Historical. 

Suzie Townsend
New Leaf Literary & Media, Inc.
Twitter: @sztownsend81 
Suzie represents adult and children’s fiction. In adult, she’s specifically looking for romance (historical and paranormal), and fantasy (urban fantasy, science fiction, steampunk, epic fantasy). In Childrens’ she loves YA (all subgenres) and is dying to find great Middle Grade projects (especially something akin to the recent movie SUPER 8).
  
Victoria Marini
Gelfman Schneider Literary Agents, Inc. 
Twitter: @LitAgentMarini
Victoria is looking for literary fiction, commercial fiction, pop-culture non-fiction, and young adult. She is very interested in acquiring engaging Literary fiction and mysteries / suspense, commercial women’s fiction (romantic suspense, sci-fi, fantasy), and Young Adult (contemporary, sci-fi/fantasy, thriller and horror ).
Kerry Sparks
Levine Greenberg Literary Agency, Inc. 
Twitter: @Kerry_Sparks
Kerry is looking for Young Adult and Middle-Grade fiction, both commercial and literary. She tends to shy away from werewolves, zombies, faeries, and the like, but she’ll read anything with a fresh voice and compelling characters. She is particularly keen on contemporary YA, quirky MG, books with a strong cinematic element.  

Drea Cohane 
The Rights Factory Literary Agents
Drea is currently seeking: fiction, memoir, crime, non-fiction and YA. Her roster consists of British, American, and Canadian clients. International talent is welcome. 
Katie Shea
Donald Maass Literary Agency 
Twitter: @AgentShea
Katie specializes in fiction and memoir, especially women’s fiction and commercial-scale literary fiction, and realistic YA.  She is most interested in coming-of-age stories and stories of unique relationships.
 Elise Capron
Dijkstra Literary Agency
Twitter: @EliseCapron 
Elise is interested in serious character-driven literary fiction, well-written narrative nonfiction, and short story collections. (Note: She is not interested in Fantasy, young-adult/middle-grade, picture books, romance, and sci-fi.) She aims to work with writers who have a realistic sense of the market and their audience.
Jodell Sadler
Sadler-Caravette Children’s Literary 
Twitter: @picturebklunch
Jodell is interested in YA, MG (especially funny) , fiction and nonfiction, book proposals, and picture books. She will also coach writers wanting to self publish.  She simply loves a well-paced story that moves her between joy and tears.
Corvisiero Literary Agency 
Brittany and Michelle are teaming up to look for Adult, YA, and MG manuscripts. 
 Michelle Johnson
Twitter: @MJsRetweet 
Michelle’s published one novel, The Footloose Killer, and edited several others for publishing houses and private clients. She also is a Script/Story consultant on an independent film in Halifax, NS, Canada, and enjoys working closely with writers to help them develop their voice and craft.
Brittany Howard
Twitter: @brittanydhoward
When reading, Brittany  loves to be introduced to new and interesting people and places. She looks for strong voice, good storytelling, and fascinating relationships between characters—romantic or otherwise. More than anything, she loves when a book surprises her.
There’s just one more day to get your applications in for Pitch Wars. Make sure to check out this post here to get all the details.

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#PitchWars – BIO

Hi Everyone!!!

Well, the day is here. It’s Bio Posting day!! Make sure to check out all my fellow mentors’ posts. They are ALL excellent, and honestly, you can’t go wrong with any of them ;o) I’m SO excited for the chance to be a mentor!!
So. Why should you submit to me?
I love anything that has to do with words. If I’m not watching The Vampire Diaries, you can usually find me writing young adult novels or editing, or saying I’m writing or editing, on twitter. My publishing career began with an internship with lovely, fantabulously awesome agent, Louise Fury, from L. Perkins Agency, who taught me how to communicate more clearly, how to have a critical eye toward a manuscript, and a ton of other things I use in my own writing. I have recently received a position as an Associate Editor for the stupendiously awesome Entangled Publishing. I’m also represented by the awesome Judith Engracia of Liza Dawson Associates. Jude knows her stuff, and I get better at writing and editing every time I look at her notes ;o) I have a B.S. in Journalism and have professional experience writing and editing for non-profit organizations.  I have also had some excellent critique partners who have helped shape my editing career.
I will be tough. But you’ll thank me for it. I’ll let you know if something feels unauthentic and your voice is off. I’ll find those pesky plot holes you think aren’t there. I’ll help you get your MS where you want it to be ;o) We will do all this together as a team!
What I’m looking for…
YA/NA are my categories for this contest!
I love to read anything dark, gritty, abnormal, and quirky–the more emotion, the better.
I’m a huge fan of YA/NA contemporary romance.

I’m a fast reader, but need to be pulled into the story quickly or you could lose me. I’m not one for high fantasy, or anything with a lot of world building, but I do like books with fantasy/paranormal elements. I also have a fondness for light sci-fi, thrillers, mysteries, cyberpunk, hate/hate relationships that turn into love/love. I LOVE tension. I love to laugh. If you can pair comedy with something dark and keep it authentic to the characters; you’ve hooked me.

The DEETS.

Submissions start today (11/26) ! The cut off time to get your applications (query & first five pages of manuscript) in is 8AM EST on December 5.

Send your applications to brendadrakecontests@gmail.com. Writers can apply for up to 3 coaches. The coaches’ categories are set. Coaches can only consider the categories they’ve signed up for. Writers cannot apply for a coach that is not in their category.
For additional information about this contest go HERE (link to your post announcing the contest)
·        This is open to finished manuscripts only.
·         You may only enter one manuscript.
·         Only the genres requested by each coach will be considered for the contest.
 Formatting…
Subject line: Pitch Wars Application: Coach Name you want to apply for: Title (Example: Pitch Wars Application: Brenda Drake: GONE WITH THE WIND)
Name: Your Name
Genre: The genre of your manuscript
Word Count: The word count of your manuscript
Query letter here  (embedded in email). Single spaced. No indentions. A space between each paragraph.
First five pages of the manuscript here (embedded in email). Single spaced. No indentions. A space between each paragraph.
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REMINDER: You can send an application for up to 3 coaches.
Check back soon for a complete list of the amazing agents participating in the contest. There’s over a dozen!


Today all the coaches are posting bios/wish lists on their blogs. So before choosing your top 3 picks, check all the coaches’ posts in your category before deciding which coach to submit. To jump from blog to blog, just click on our pictures below. 

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