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Shorty’s 2019 Sunday [Wynonna Earp Con]

Shorty’s 2019 Sunday

October 13, it was time for Shorty’s 2019 Sunday. The schedule of the day was the same as the day before, but there were some significant changes for me. You can read all about it below and watch some of my videos with supporting footage.

‘Shorty’s 2019 Sunday’ October 13, it was time for Shorty’s 2019 Sunday. The schedule of the day was the same as the day before, but there were some significant changes for me. You can read all about it here and watch some of my videos with supporting footage: http://bit.ly/Shortys19Sun

Same schedule on Shorty’s 2019 Sunday as on the day before

The program was the same as the one on Saturday, except that we did not have an opening ceremony in the morning but a closing ceremony in the evening. As a result, nobody really knew how to start the day. As I was having breakfast, Dom was sitting at the table next to me, so I knew the day was not going to start on the time that was mentioned in the schedule. I guess the party the night before took its toll on both guests and organizers 😉

When I arrived in the main hall, people were talking to each other, playing some basketball, and relaxing. Everybody was waiting until someone told them to go to the photo op room. When the first passes were called, I went upstairs to that room as well. The photo ops went the same as the day before. You could tell everybody was even more relaxed (and tired) than the day before, so there was this lovely vibe in the room.

Shorty’s 2019 Sunday started with an interview with Natalie Krill

Because Sunday was less busy in terms of extras, I was called for an interview with Natalie pretty early. I had kind of given my hopes up, so this interview opportunity took me by surprise. It took me some time to gather my stuff, and Natalie reassured me that if it were not working out, she would be available at another time. I did not know what I expected her to be like, but man, that was amazing. I immediately felt relaxed enough for the interview, and I think it turned out well. You can be the judge of that very soon! I asked her about Wynonna Earp and Below Her Mouth, in case you’re interested.

An interview with Tamara Duarte

Quickly after that, Tamara also had some time for an interview with me. I had briefly spoken with her at the ClexaCon 2018 red carpet, so I already knew what her energy was like. That actually helps me much when preparing interviews in my head, so I was more ready for this one. We talked about Rosita (because I REALLY want Rosita back), she answered a fan question, and I asked her about current projects.

My first photo op ever happened on Shorty’s 2019 Sunday

I have never had a photo op before. I usually run around trying to cover everything, so I never want to block out time where I can’t respond to things that happen on the go. But most of all, I already feel so fortunate that I get to spend time with the people I interview that I do not know what to do during a photo op. Nevertheless, I always get asked why I never do, so I decided that Shorty’s might be the place and time for me to lose my photo op virginity. I asked the organization if I could join the group photo moment, and they told me it was ok.

So, I was waiting for the line to come to an end. However, at that very moment, I found out that I was probably going to interview Dom right after this group photo op. What?! I had to cut the line (thank you to the person who was totally fine with that!) and take the photo. I told them I had never had a photo op before, and Melanie said: “Well, welcome!” For some reason, I did not mess up, and the photo actually looked nice! Now I get why people want to do the photo op: it’s super fun!

An interview with Dominique Provost-Chalkley

No time to process, however! I had to hurry outside to rehearse my questions for Dom in my head. I heard I had three minutes only because it was time for lunch. I don’t know what happened, but the moment she walked over I felt relaxed. She seems so together and warm, and it helped me to get the interview started. I will receive the press screener for Season of Love soon, so I wanted to ask her a few questions about that. After I was told it was ok to ask one more question, I managed to sneak in a little Buckout Road question too.

Autographs and selfies

As on Saturday, there were three panels after the lunch break. After that, it was time for the autographs and selfies again. As I just had my first ever photo op, I also had my very first photo pick-up moment. I was hoping for it to look decent, and I was so happy when I saw the result. Not bad!

The only complaint I heard during Shorty’s was that the photo quality was terrible. I had also seen some proof of that complaint: blurry images and unfortunate compositions. Mine seemed fine, so you definitely had to be lucky. That is the only thing I can think of that Shorty’s can improve next year because everything else was just so nice (in my experience at least.)

When the lines started to come to an end, I was able to score Tamara’s autograph and a selfie, and then a selfie with Melanie. I admit it once again, my selfie game sucks.

Shorty’s end

When Dom signed her final photo, everybody went to the closing ceremony. It was brief but sweet. I had some dinner afterward and started to wander a bit to see if I recognized some friendly faces. I hung out a little bit, but my body was slowly beginning to protest louder and louder. So, it was time for me to go back to my room.

The next day, I made sure I had a group to fill the shuttle bus to the train station, so we could all leave earlier than the shuttle bus was scheduled. It might be possible my fellow Earpers regretted that decision later. I told them what train to take, as I had taken that exact same train on Friday. However, after ten minutes, it became clear that yes, it was the right train but no, it was not the right direction. Oh my God. I apologize once again! I am usually pretty good at directions, but the moment a group depends on me, I mess up apparently…

That left me with little time in Milan, so I went to the airport to buy a gift for my son and to drink my first coffee in days. And what a nice Italian one it was!

More Shorty’s footage

I have already uploaded quite some footage from Shorty’s, but I have much more. I will upload three interviews, and I still have hours of BTS to sort out. If you want to know what I upload the moment I upload it, I suggest you subscribe to my YouTube channel. Or, you can follow my Shorty’s category.

Shorty’s 2019 Saturday [Wynonna Eap con]

Shorty’s 2019 Saturday

October 11-13, I went to Milan to visit my very first Wynonna Earp con. I usually attend LGBT+ and multi-fandom cons, but I wanted to know why a con focusing solely on Wynonna Earp is so unique and how gay-friendly such a con is. In this blog post, you will read how I experienced Shorty’s 2019 Saturday. I support my text with footage from the con. You will find panel videos, the opening ceremony, and my first vlog, which shows all the moments I describe below.

‘Shorty’s 2019 Saturday’ October 11-13, I went to Milan to visit my very first Wynonna Earp con. I usually attend LGBT+ and multi-fandom cons, but I wanted to know why a con focusing solely on Wynonna Earp is so unique and how gay-friendly such a con is. In this blog post, you will read how I experienced the con: http://bit.ly/Shortys19Sat

To Milan for Shorty’s

On Friday, I flew to Milan, where I arrived late in the afternoon. I knew I did not have much time to visit this beautiful city, so I decided to go to the most touristy area. The duomo looked stunning. I walked around the adjacent galleries and enjoyed some cannelloni before heading to the official con hotel. The Klima Hotel Milano Fiero has a shuttlebus and picked me up from the nearest train station, which was a big help! I saw some familiar Earper faces when I arrived, which assured me I had arrived at the proper hotel.

The start of Shorty’s

At around 8 am, I was ready to pick up my press pass. There was a long line, and they told me press was handled after that. I went back to my room because they told me I did not have to wait around. When I returned, the line was much shorter, and they simply wrote ‘press’ on my card, and that was it. Time for me to go into the con hall! I found a perfect spot on the floor, where I could stay low with my camera and still record what was happening on stage.

I noticed the con was very small, and not every seat was taken. Great, there was an intimate vibe already! I later learned there would be around 117 people. The opening ceremony started a little later than planned, and we could already tell Night Sky Events Italia’s organization was rather relaxed. We welcomed Melanie, Dom, Tamara, and Natalie with applause, and they told us that small groups were going to take turns going upstairs for the photo ops.

Shorty’s 2019 Saturday starts with photos

I have never been allowed into the photo op area, so I was surprised that I could finally learn what it was all about. I tried blending in with the walls at first, but later I just walked around to get the best footage. Everybody was super friendly and easygoing.  The photo ops started a bit slow, but then things started running. First the solos, then the duos, then the trios, and the group pic was last. It took about three hours to have everybody take their pics, but there was no rush at all. There was music, so people were dancing while waiting for their turn.

Shorty’s 2019 Saturday continues with panels

After a lunch break, three panels were scheduled with the guests who did not have a meet and greet at that time. First, there was a panel with Melanie and Dom, which you can watch below.

Then, there was a panel with Melanie and Tamara, which you can also watch.

It ended with a panel with Dom and Natalie, which you can find here.

It never ceases to amaze me that no matter how many panels they have done, you can always discover something new and laugh about some hilarious story. And you know that when Melanie starts asking her colleagues questions, they will be good.

Shorty’s 2019 Saturday ends with autographs and selfies

After the panels, it was time to go back to the photo op room, which had now turned into the selfies and autographs room. Four long lines were formed, and people had the chance to get the guests’ autograph and take a selfie with them. I told you the morning was very relaxed, but by this time, at the end of the afternoon, everybody was getting tired as well. This led to an even more laid-back vibe. You could tell people were getting a little less nervous about meeting the cast (there are always exceptions 😉) and starting to make friends.

A party was planned later that night, but I did not buy tickets for it. Instead, I went for dinner, uploaded one video, and edited another. If the explosion on my phone tells me anything, it is that you greatly appreciated my late-night activities.

Night Sky Events Italia did a great job

I liked how Night Sky Events Italia organized everything in blocks. That allowed the entire con to be revolved around the same activity, which in turn allowed for shared experiences. At some other cons, I see people running between panels, meet and greets, photo ops, and autographs just to be on time everywhere. The advantage of such a small con is that you can reduce everybody’s stress by keeping things simple. A warm thank you to the volunteers, interpreter, and the people in charge!

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Emily and her Mums: Children’s Book for Same-Sex Families

Emily and her Mums: Children’s Book for Same-Sex Families

I regularly list books suitable for same-sex families, but I usually do this in Dutch. This time, I found an English (and Welsh) book, so I thought I would share that with you as well. In the first book of the ‘Emily and her Mums’ series, ‘Emily’s First Pet’ is about Emily’s imagination running wild as she chooses which pet to have. Below, I will give you more information and describe why I like it.

‘Emily and her Mums: Children’s Book for Same-Sex Families’ I regularly list books suitable for same-sex families, but I usually do this in Dutch. This time, I found an English book, so I thought I would share that with you as well. In the first book of the ‘Emily and her Mums’ series, ‘Emily's First Pet’ is about Emily's imagination running wild as she chooses which pet to have. In this blog post, I will give you more information and describe why I like it: http://bit.ly/EmilyAndHerMums

Emily and her Mums book 1: Emily’s first pet

It seems as if this will be a series and that only the first book called Emily’s First Pet has come out. Emily has to decide which animal she would like for a pet. We follow her decision-making process. On the first page, you will meet Emily, who is “an energetic girl, whose imagination is only limited by the hours in a day,” and her family. She lives with her two moms (a biracial couple), her grandma, and her teddy bear Henry.

What I like about Emily and her Mums: it does not focus on the same-sex aspect

The introduction page is actually the only page that mentions her living situation. The story is not about the fact that Emily has two moms. Instead, the story is about the fact that Emily has been promised a pet and she now has to make a big decision: which one? We see various options, their pros and cons, and the final decision.

What I like about this book: you can download the pages as coloring pages

The book contains a secret website address that allows you to download the uncolored pages. As this book does not have that many pages, it is pleasant that you can continue the book experience with your kid by coloring the storyline as well.

The author and illustrator have added another layer to the book by adding hidden creatures, such as bees, butterflies, ladybirds, snails, and spiders. That means your kid can also play with the book.

What I like about Emily and her Mums: the dyslexic fonts

As the website says, “children with dyslexia tend to add, rotate, transpose, reverse, swap, and confuse symbols within words. This book uses a specially designed dyslexia-friendly font specifically created to enhance legibility and reading comprehension.” I like this inclusivity!

Where can you order the book?

There are an English version and a Welsh version that you can order on Amazon. I hope you like this tip!

Passage the Series: A New Lesbian Show with Paranormal Activities

Passage the Series: A New Lesbian Show with Paranormal Activities

About 1.5 years ago, I was at the table reading of Passage at ClexaCon. I loved witnessing a table reading, and I am excited that this web series will finally premiere this Sunday (Oct. 6th) on Tello Films. Passage the Series is an episodic paranormal thriller centered around paranormal operative and queer mom Ali Prader as she balances her personal and professional life during a crucial shift in power. I have watched the five episodes of this new show before the premiere date, so I can tell you why you should watch it. In this blog post, I will describe three things that I like about this series. In the video included, you will find me reacting to what I see as I watch Passage.

‘Passage the Series: A New Lesbian Show with Paranormal Activities’ Passage is a paranormal webseries centered around paranormal operative/queer mom Ali Prader as she balances her personal and professional life during a crucial shift in power. I have watched the 5 episodes of this new show before the premiere date, so I can tell you why you should watch it: http://bit.ly/PassageSeries

The story of Passage

Passage the Series is an episodic paranormal thriller centered around Janus Agent Ali Prader. This queer mom is a top paranormal operative within the government for a secret division called Caelus. Caelus relies on her special capabilities to handle the different situations that can arise from interacting with paranormal entities. Ali can balance her professional and personal life only until she starts to discover things that can open the door to a new crucial shift in power.

Watch me watch Passage!

What I love about Passage: the paranormal aspect

The first thing that intrigued me about Passage the Series was the paranormal aspect of the show. Usually, web series have a small budget and frequently, that small budget limits even the basic plans of content creators. I expect that adding sci-fi to a story, and all the special effects that come hand-in-hand with it, requires a big chunk of the project’s budget.

I can imagine that it is quite tricky. You do not want to cut corners with special effects either as it will diminish the quality of your show, no matter how good the storyline is. I have to admit I was a little worried because there is enough proof on YouTube where shows have not handled that aspect well.  

A few months ago, I was fortunate enough to watch the first episode when it was ready, and I was relieved to see it was done well. I guess big TV shows have tons of extra tricks (and money) to make it look even smoother, but this web series makes the special effects look great.  

Watch me discover Passage. And please subscribe to my channel!

What I love about Passage: the queer mom life

Hillary Esquina, who wrote Passage, and I agree on at least one thing: there should be more stories about queer moms. Passage is just that. That’s one point for the Passage team already.

I am a queer mom. I do not know if you remember me talking about it earlier, such as when discussing Different for Girls, but it always seems as if marriage and having a kid is the end game. That is all we strive for in life, and then after that, we have no more stories to tell. I mean, if you believe most current films and series.

So yes, with Passage, there is finally another story that we are in, and it does not just focus on our motherhood. It is a part of the story but not the center.  

Watch me talk about lesbian mom life some more!

What I love about Passage: the cast

Passage stars Shannan Leigh Reeve, whom I loved in I Hate Tommy Finch. I am excited to see her on screen again. Also, Nicole Pacent is in it, and they were both in I Hate Tommy Finch! It is good to watch them together again on screen. Mandahla Rose is in it as well, so you have at least three cool people in one show. Oh, Mandahla will make you laugh…

Where can you find Passage?

You will be able to find Passage on Tello Films as of October 6th. You will have to subscribe, but there is a free trial, so you can test whether you like the website. You can find queer movies and series on it, and at the end of the year, they will also have Season of Love, which many Earpers probably cannot wait to watch.

You can also find Passage on Twitter and Instagram.

Interested in other queer content? Here are some reviews and interviews of

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Victoria Broom Interview [Different for Girls]

Victoria Broom Talks Different for Girls

You probably didn’t expect more footage from ClexaCon London, did you? Well, I saved something special for you. In October last year, I reviewed Different for Girls. Then at ClexaCon London, I interviewed Jacquie and Fizz, who created the show, about how DFG came into existence. What I didn’t tell you, was that Victoria Broom stopped by too. She plays Fran on DFG, one of the lead characters, and Sascha on Marcella. We dove into some of the more intense scenes she had to play.

Below, you can read the interview but I recommend watching it on YouTube. You can find the video here in the interview.

You can now watch Different for Girls on Diva Box Office.

‘Victoria Broom Talks Different for Girls’ Earlier, I reviewed Different for Girls and interviewed Jacquie and Fizz, who created the show. Well, Victoria Broom stopped by too, who plays Fran on DFG. We dove into some of the more intense scenes she had to play: http://bit.ly/VictoriaBroom

Victoria Broom discovered DFG through social media

Me: “Thanks for coming. I really loved watching you in Different for Girls. It was so lovely. Can you tell me how you got involved in the project?”

Victoria Broom: “I heard about Different for Girls, I think, through social media. And I reached out to Jacquie and said: ‘I want to know a bit more about this show.’ She sent me a couple of scenes for two different roles. It was actually for Belle and for Fran. Instantly, I was drawn to Fran because for an actor to read the character Fran and the way that Jacquie excellently wrote her, it was just… Oh, she goes on this complete journey of self-destruct. She’s fabulous to play. That’s how I got involved.

Vitamin B

Me: “What was the substance that you take if you snort drugs? Because you have to do it a lot.”

Victoria: “Yes, I did. It’s vitamin B powder, so it’s very harmless, very safe. Yeah, it was a big pouch of vitamin B powder.”

Me: “Does it feel weird?”

Victoria: “It was a weird sensation, but not really. It kind of gives you the ‘Oh, I’ve just put something up my nose, but no, not really. That’s kind of the trick for the industry.”

What shocked and didn’t shock Victoria Broom regarding the script

Me: “What was your response when you read the script of that bar scene with Dascha, where you rudely leave, let’s just put it like that?”

Victoria: “Where I take her… Oh, we’ve all been there. [laughs] That wasn’t the scene that shocked me the most, believe it or not. No, I thought that was just, you know, a normal day at the Candy Bar back in the day. But no, the storyline that shocked me the most and that I really had to speak to director Campbell and Jacquie about to understand Fran’s reasoning was the scene where she takes Cam back after what has just happened. I mean, how do you take somebody back who not only slept with your twin brother but also decided to keep the child. How can you reason that?”

Discussions

Me: “That was precisely my response when I was watching that. Would I? I don’t think I would, but would I?”

Victoria: “I was talking to my partner at the time and a few other people. I was like: ‘Right, let’s talk about this. What would you do if this happened?’ I couldn’t do it.”

Me: “No.”

Victoria: “I think because you will always look at that child and know that that child was created from an affair that broke your heart. Anyway, that was the storyline, so the Dascha one was absolutely fine.”

Some punching

Me: “For me, what was also shocking was the scene with the twin brother and his response.”

Victoria: “Didn’t you just want to punch him in the face?”

Me: “Yes. My wife and I were like what?!”

Victoria: “Yeah. That moment in the kitchen where I confront my brother? For both Craig, who plays Tom, and me, that was a really intense moment. I had to just kind of go away and be by myself for a bit before and after. Because at one point, I actually punched… There’s a metal frame on the camera that kind of comes out. I punched the metal and I carried on. I just saw the whole crew going ‘Ah,’ and I was just carrying on because I really wanted to punch him at that moment.”

For him

Me: “What was the scene like for him?”

Victoria: “So, he just let me be and just didn’t kind of interrupt that process that is happening before and after. Because I had to hate him. I really liked Craig, the actor, not Tom, the character. So, I had to say to him: ‘Look, you just need to leave me alone for a bit because I have to hate you.’ And I think that came across.”

Victoria Broom talks queer representation in media

Me: “Definitely. One last question. What do you think is the one thing that content creators in the entertainment industry should do to improve queer representation in media?”

Victoria: “Oh, that’s quite an interesting one. I’m probably going to get asked something like that on the panel today. My feeling about queer representation in the media is that it has to be created by… People involved in the team have to be queer. Because otherwise, how can they represent the true story? How can they create a true story? I think it’s better.”

More visible

I think it’s becoming more and more visible. And what I love… So, I did Marcella, another series that was on ITV that is coming back to Netflix in March. And what I really liked about that was that ITV, in a prime-time show that won an Emmy last year, was creating gay roles, but they weren’t making a big deal about them being gay. They just happened to be gay. It wasn’t the main focus, and I think that is becoming more and more visible, which is the way it should.

And more queer people behind the scenes and writers are writing those roles, and that is more important to me. That there are queer people behind the scenes creating queer content.”

More ClexaCon London fun

Want to revisit ClexaCon London? Here are my interviews with Kat BarrellJamie Clayton, the team behind I Can’t Think Straight, Nicole Pacent, Mandahla Rose, and the directors of ClexaCon. Also, I have had so much fun at ClexaCon 2019, which you can see here.

Conspiracy of the Dark Giveaway!

Conspiracy of the Dark Giveaway!

Want to own a copy of the Conspiracy of the Dark, a new queer fantasy book? Karen Frost, whom I met at ClexaCon, and I are hosting an Instagram giveaway. To enter, please follow me on Instagram and answer the following question with a tag in a comment: what friend would love this book too? You can find the Instagram post and rules below.

Update 20/09/2019: The giveaway is closed and the winner has been announced.

‘Conspiracy of the Dark Giveaway!’Want to own a copy of the Conspiracy of the Dark, a new queer fantasy book? Karen Frost and I are hosting an Instagram giveaway. To enter, please follow me on Instagram and answer the following question with a tag in a comment: what friend would love this book too? You can find the Instagram post and rules here: http://bit.ly/ConspiracyDark

Conspiracy of the Dark: story

For Aeryn, a girl born to the remote, wintry Ice Crown region of Ilirya, the outside world is a fantasy: a series of wonderful stories told by occasional passing travelers. She never imagines anything for her life beyond following in her parents’ footsteps.

But the discovery that she has the rare gift of magic shatters her isolated world. Aeryn can create and tame fire. It’s an intoxicating, raw, and thrilling power, but it also sets her apart. And her gift attracts attention.

She is whisked from her home in the wilds to train at Windhall University and master her magic. There, Aeryn slowly learns the truth about the real world, with its strange mix of people and powers, and so many intertwining threads of shadows and light. She’s drawn to unattainable Lyse, a beautiful healer in training who makes Aeryn’s heart soar. But she also senses a creeping darkness all around that could threaten the future of the kingdom itself.

Conspiracy of the Dark giveaway: rules

  • To win, you should follow Meemoeder.com on Instagram (www.instagram.com/meemoeder). In addition, you need to have tagged one person in a comment under the giveaway announcement, who would love this book as well. This will be checked if you have been picked as the winner.
  • You can enter the giveaway until Friday, September 20, 2019, 2 pm Amsterdam time. Entries after 2 pm on this day will not be included in the random selection of the winner. The winner will be announced Friday, September 20, 2019.
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  • You can only enter once per Instagram handle (so if you have more Instagram accounts, you can enter multiple times).
  • All entries will be given a number in the order of entry. With Google’s random number generator, a number will be picked. The associated entry is the winner. 
  • If you have been selected as the winner, you agree to your Instagram handle publicly being announced as the winner on the social media channels of Meemoeder.com and Karen Frost. 
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  • This prize is personal and is in the name of the winner. The prize is not transferable, exchangeable or redeemable for money or for other products or services.
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GIVEAWAY! Conspiracy of the Dark [LGBT+ YA novel] I’m excited to be able to give away one free copy of Conspiracy of the Dark, which is the first novel of the new Destiny and Darkness series by Karen Frost. Karen has written a queer fantasy novel for young and old, which was released yesterday. She has promised to send one copy to a lucky Instagram follower, and you can choose what works best for you: e-book (epub, mobi, and pdf) or hardcopy (worldwide shipping!). All you have to do, is follow my Instagram account and answer the following question with a tag in the comment section: what friend would love this book? This giveaway ends this Friday at 2 pm (Amsterdam time zone), which is in 24 hours. So, be quick! I will announce the winner on Friday. Please note that if you live outside of the USA, you may have to pay for customs to receive the hardcopy (and we don’t know in advance how much that will be). You can find all the rules and info on my website, just follow the link in my bio! Here’s what the novel is about: For Aeryn, a girl born to the remote, wintry Ice Crown region of Ilirya, the outside world is a fantasy. She never imagines anything for her life beyond following in her parents’ footsteps. But the discovery that she can create and tame fire shatters her isolated world. Her gift attracts attention. She is whisked from her home in the wilds to train at Windhall University and master her magic. There, Aeryn is drawn to unattainable Lyse. But she also senses a creeping darkness all around that could threaten the future of the kingdom itself. This giveaway is in no way sponsored, endorsed, or administered by, or associated with, Instagram. = #lesfic #fantasybooks #lesbianfiction #yanovel #yanovels #yabook #yabooks #yabookstagram #queerbooks #queerbook #RepresentationMatters #LGBT #LGBTQ #LGBTQIA #LoveWins #LoveIsLove #GiveAway #lgbtbooks #lgbtbook #lgbtauthor #lesbianbooks #meemoeder #amreading #amreadingromance #amreadingfantasy #ireadya #iread #ireadfantasy #ylvabooks #ylvapublishing

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