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An Interview with Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris & a Giveaway - May 30, 2012

Please welcome to The Qwillery Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris, authors of the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences series. The Janus Affair, the 2nd Ministry novel, was published yesterday.

An Interview with Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris & a Giveaway - May 30, 2012
Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris - NYCC 2011

TQ:  Pip, what is Tee's most interesting writing quirk?

Pip:  We all have our little writing crutches, so I bet I can guess what Tee will say about me. Tee however likes to make people huff during dialogue.

Tee:  No, my characters don't huff. They scoff!

TQ:  Tee, what is Pip's most interesting writing quirk?

Tee:  Hmmm...Pip's most interesting quirks in writing? I think Pip is an embodiment of "grace under pressure." She tends to procrastinate a bit in her writing, then when a deadline looms ahead, Pip kick it into overdrive and will launch a salvo of choice words. Her word count is almost superhuman then, and what she comes up with is awesome!

Pip:  Yeah, procrastination...I'll get around to procrastinating eventually.

TQ:  Are you a plotter or a pantser?

Pip:  When I write by myself I am definately a panster (though I prefer organic writer ;) When Tee and I write together, totally pantsing it isn't really an option, since we need to have some idea where we are going, or we will crash into each other. We are currently working on book three of the Ministry series, and we actually have a whole synopsis laid out—which is kind of a first for us.

Tee:  Writing solo, I tend to be organic as well in my writing, and so having a synopsis for the third Ministry book is unheard of for me. However, I recall the last time I had an outline and it served as a classic road map. Unlike a GPS which plots origin-to-destination, a road map shows you what's off the beaten path and alternative routes, and that is what a synopsis or outline is to me. I have a path to follow, but I can always take a different route.

TQ:  What is the most challenging thing for you about writing?

Tee:  Getting the book into people's hands. There's a lot for readers to choose from, and the readers I want are not attending the steampunk expos or science fiction conventions (although I love those audiences, too). I want the people who have never read steampunk. I want my books to find their way into the hands of readers who have never tried steampunk, have never read fantasy, or even considered science fiction. I don't really look at what I write as science fiction or fantasy. I look at my works like solid stories that happen to be steampunk, epic fantasy, or otherwise. Reaching the audience outside of my immediate circles — that is the hardest part.

Pip:  Getting myself into the chair. In this day and age there are so many distractions, and social media is at the head of them. However marketing must be done, and also word counts hit.

TQ:  What inspired you to write the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences series?

Pip:  It was Tee who first came to me about writing a book with him (though I had pestered him about writing with him for awhile). However that book we originally planned has yet to be written. Phoenix Rising was a spin-off of a book that has yet to be born into the world. It was also meant to be a podcast for pay. However the inspiration for me was the adventure novels I read as a kid in my grandmother's house. She always had plenty of British rip-roaring adventures on her bookshelves, and I think that has always been percolating in my head. When Tee and I started writing together we just had so much fun it was like setting out on one of those adventures.

TQ:  What sort of research did you do for series?

Tee: A great deal of the research for this series comes from understanding what the politics and climate were at this point of the British Empire, then taking what we accept as history and considering small changes made throughout. The alterations were have made to historic England, Queen Vic, and her Empire are small right now, but if all goes as planned in our series, we may have some larger changes to contend with.

Something I have found fascinating in the research is politics of the 19th Century really don't differ that greatly from that of the present climate. Change, it seems to show in history, terrifies people. That is what is happening in our own government, and that change has revealed a lot of good and bad in people. When I researched what was going on back then, it was a bit surprising.

TQ:  Do you each write a particular character in the series?

Pip:  I wrote Eliza, and Tee wrote Wellington. We shared out the interlude characters between us. Editing, of course, smoothed out things. We went back and edited and embroidered each others work, and even now there are portions I read in our books and can't work out or recall who wrote that piece. It is actually pretty delicious for an author.

TQ:  Describe The Janus Affair (A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences 2) in 140 characters or less.

Tee:  Steampunk Suffragists standing against an enemy dedicated to silencing their collected voice, one at a time. (You even have room for a #TheJanusAffair hashtag.)

TQ:  Tell us something about The Janus Affair that is not in the book description or back cover copy.

Pip:  We learn a little more about every character in the book. We see quite a bit more of Alice, Eliza's rather staunch maid, and discover what lies under her skirts.

Tee:  We also get a look at how Wellington and Eliza are getting along after Phoenix Rising. Their own relationship isn't as prickly as once before, and this means Wellington's comfort level with her is far higher. We also get a glimpse of Eliza's past in the appearance of her old boyfriend and world-reknown adventurer, Douglas Shepard. I think to hit all of these details, we'd need a book jacket for the book jacket!

TQ:  Without giving anything away, what is/are your favorite scene(s) in The Janus Affair?

Tee:  There's an "A-ha!" moment of Wellington's that, I wholeheartedly admit, was an inspiration from a Brian dePalma film called Blow Out. (I will also attest that movie is what got me interested in the art of sound and Foley.) It's a favorite scene of mine that involved that inspiration, a bit of steampunk design, and some fast writing on my part. I'll be interested if anyone catches the film-inspired moment.

TQ:  Steampunk seems more popular than ever. Do you think it's because it's become more well-known or because it's become more mainstream, both, or something else?

Pip:  Steampunk is certainly becoming popular, and I think we are only beginning to see how far and in how many directions it can go. Mainstream is not quite there yet, though the awareness is growing. I think once I can tell my Mum 'it's steampunk' and she knows what I am talking about we will have reached saturation point. However many people are working hard on it; the League of STEAM are making some great steampunk monster hunter videos and Brute Force Studios is pumping out gadgets that television is starting to take notice of. It's not just the writers doing great things; steampunk is a wider movement that (excuse the pun) is building up a good head of steam.

TQ: What's next?

Tee:  After The Janus Affair launches, Pip and I continue with production of Tales from the Archives, a free audio anthology we offer through This podcast serves a good amount of purposes. First, it introduces people to the Ministry universe for free. Second, for people who read our books, this podcast takes some ideas and concepts to the next level. Remember those jars that made the map to El Dorado? How about what got Eliza kicked out of New Zealand and stationed in England? And did you ever wonder what happened after Operation: Dark Water? All these concepts (and more) are explored, and the world itself is expanded through these short stories.

Then there are the titles and ideas Pip and I want to get started work on, along with completing the next two books in the Ministry series. We've got a lot on our plate, so I'll be happy if I get a chance to catch my breath.

TQ:  Thank you for joining us at The Qwillery!

About The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences

The Janus Affair
Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences 2
Harper Voyager, May 29, 2012
Mass Market Paperback and eBook, 432 pages

An Interview with Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris & a Giveaway - May 30, 2012
Evildoers beware! Retribution is at hand, thanks to Britain's best-kept secret agents!!

Certainly no strangers to peculiar occurrences, agents Wellington Books and Eliza Braun are nonetheless stunned to observe a fellow passenger aboard Britain's latest hypersteam train suddenly vanish in a dazzling bolt of lightning. They soon discover this is not the only such disappearance . . . with each case going inexplicably unexamined by the Crown.

The fate of England is once again in the hands of an ingenious archivist paired with a beautiful, fearless lady of adventure. And though their foe be fiendishly clever, so then is Mr. Books . . . and Miss Braun still has a number of useful and unusual devices hidden beneath her petticoats.

Phoenix Rising
Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences 1
Harper Voyager, April 26, 2011
Mass Market Paperback and eBook, 416 pages

An Interview with Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris & a Giveaway - May 30, 2012
Evil is most assuredly afoot—and Britain’s fate rests in the hands of an alluring renegade . . . and a librarian.

These are dark days indeed in Victoria’s England. Londoners are vanishing, then reappearing, washing up as corpses on the banks of the Thames, drained of blood and bone. Yet the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences—the Crown’s clandestine organization whose bailiwick is the strange and unsettling—will not allow its agents to investigate. Fearless and exceedingly lovely Eliza D. Braun, however, with her bulletproof corset and a disturbing fondness for dynamite, refuses to let the matter rest . . . and she’s prepared to drag her timorous new partner, Wellington Books, along with her into the perilous fray.

For a malevolent brotherhood is operating in the deepening London shadows, intent upon the enslavement of all Britons. And Books and Braun—he with his encyclopedic brain and she with her remarkable devices—must get to the twisted roots of a most nefarious plot . . . or see England fall to the Phoenix!

About Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris

Philippa (Pip) Ballantine

An Interview with Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris & a Giveaway - May 30, 2012
Born in Wellington, New Zealand, Philippa has always had her head in a book. For this she blames her father who thought Lord of the Rings was suitable bedtime reading for an eight year old. At the age of thirteen she began writing fantasy stories for herself.

She first earned a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Political Science and then a Bachelor of Applied Science in Library and Information Science. So soon enough she found herself working in the magical world of libraries where she stayed for over a decade

Her first professional sale was in 1997, and since then she has gone on to produce mostly novel length fiction. In 2006 she became New Zealand’s first podcast novelist, and she has voiced and produced Weaver’s Web, Chasing the Bard, Weather Child and Digital Magic as podiobooks. Her podcasts have been short listed for the Parsec Awards, and won a Sir Julius Vogel award.

Philippa is the author of the Books of the Order series with Ace- Geist and Spectyr out now, and Wrayth (2012) and Harbinger to follow. She is also the co-author of the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences series with Tee Morris. Phoenix Rising debuted in May 2011 and The Janus Affair will be out in May 2012. She also has the Shifted World series with Pyr Books, with the first book Hunter and Fox coming in June 2012.

When not writing or podcasting, Philippa loves reading, gardening, and whenever possible traveling. With her husband Tee and her daughter, she is looked after by a mighty clowder of five cats.

Tee Morris

An Interview with Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris & a Giveaway - May 30, 2012
Tee Morris began his writing career with his 2002 historical epic fantasy, MOREVI The Chronicles of Rafe & Askana. In 2005 Tee took MOREVI into the then-unknown podosphere, making his novel the first book podcast in its entirety. That experience led to the founding of and collaborating with Evo Terra and Chuck Tomasi on Podcasting for Dummies and its follow-up, Expert Podcasting Practices for Dummies. He won acclaim and accolades for his cross-genre fantasy-detective Billibub Baddings Mysteries, the podcast of The Case of the Singing Sword winning him the 2008 Parsec Award for Best Audio Drama. Along with those titles, Tee has written articles and short stories for BenBella Books’s Farscape Forever: Sex, Drugs, and Killer Muppets, the podcast anthology VOICES: New Media Fiction, BenBella Books’ So Say We All: Collected Thoughts and Opinions of Battlestar Galactica, and Dragon Moon Press’ Podthology: The Pod Complex.

When he is not writing, Tee enjoys life in Virginia alongside Philippa Ballantine, his daughter, and five cats (3 female, 2 males). Considering the male-to-female ratio in his house, Tee understands how General Custer felt near his end.

The Giveaway


What:  One commenter will win a copy of Phoenix Rising (Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences 1) signed by Pip and Tee.

How:  Leave a comment answering ONE of the following question:

Who is/are your favorite secret agent(s)?
What is one of your favorite Steampunk novels, stories, etc.?

Please remember - if you don't answer the question your entry will not be counted.

You may receive additional entries by:

1)   Being a Follower of The Qwillery.

2)   Mentioning the giveaway on Facebook and/or Twitter. Even if you mention the giveaway on both, you will get only one additional entry. You get only one additional entry even if you mention the giveaway on Facebook and/or Twitter multiple times.

There are a total of 3 entries you may receive: Comment (1 entry), Follower (+1 entry), and Facebook and/or Twitter (+ 1 entry). This is subject to change again in the future for future giveaways.

Please leave links for Facebook and Twitter. You MUST leave a way to contact you.

Who and When:  The contest is open to all humans on the planet earth with a mailing address. Contest ends at 11:59pm US Eastern Time on Wednesday, June 6, 2012. Void where prohibited by law. No purchase necessary. You must be 18 years old or older to enter.

*Giveaway rules are subject to change.*

Interview with Joan Swan and Giveaway - February 21, 2012

Please welcome Joan Swan to The Qwillery as part of the 2012 Debut Author Challenge Interviews.

TQ:  What would you say is your most interesting writing quirk?

Joan:  Interesting? Oh, wow. I don’t know that any of my quirks are interesting. Really, I have a LOT of quirks, but the only one that has any consistency is my McDonald’s fetish. I have breakfast at McDonald’s almost every morning. The only time I don’t is when I have a breakfast date with my husband – usually the day after I get home from being gone for three days at work so we can catch up.

I prefer to write away from home because the pull of housework and bills and the general untidiness wreaks chaos on my mind. McDonald’s has all you can drink soda for $1 and free internet. What’s not to like? My only beef is that there are no outlets. (I think they’re trying to tell me something. *la la la la la la* I can’t hear you!)

TQ:  Who are some of your favorite writers? Who do you feel has influenced your writing?

Joan:  I love Dean Koontz for his gorgeous prose and many other craft techniques. I love Suzanne Brockmann’s Troubleshooters for her voice and the team atmosphere she creates. I’m fond of Susan Elizabeth Phillips humor and Robert Crais’ fast-pacing and Sandra Brown’s complex plotting and characterization. Oh…so many awesome authors…so little time!

TQ:  Are you a plotter or a pantser?

Joan:  I create plot points for major events and pants-it in between the dots. How’s that for vague?

TQ:  What is the most challenging thing for you about writing?

Joan:  Keeping my ass in the chair. I’m an anxious writer. Any time I’m stressed, I feel the need to escape. Well, heh, when I’m writing a romantic suspense and all I do for 300 pages is cause conflict, conflict, conflict…what do you think I want to do all the time? Keeping my butt in the chair and my fingers on the keyboard instead of letting myself escape the anxiety of what’s on the page (or needs to be on the page) is, by far, my biggest challenge.

TQ:  Describe Fever (Phoenix Rising 1) in 140 characters or less.

Joan:  A desperate convict with nothing to lose. A determined hostage with everything to live for. An enemy with unlimited power and grave secrets.

TQ:  What inspired you to write Fever?

Joan:  Lots and lots of bad boys…and a few bad dreams to go with them.

I’ve been a sonographer for twenty years and one of the hospitals where I worked serviced a huge prisoner clientele. I spent half my day surrounded by guards and inmates and the more I understand their routines and procedures, the more clearly I recognized how easily something could go wrong. With something as simple as one tip off from someone inside the hospital or one officer off his game that day, the unthinkable could have occurred.

I simply spent one too many days wondering, “What if…?”

TQ:  What sort of research did you do for Fever?

Joan:  As far as the inciting incident, I lived it, as I mentioned above. Beyond that, I’ve lived in California all my life and traveled most of the roads, so the journey Teague and Alyssa struck out on in FEVER was very familiar to me. In fact, the town of Truckee, where they ended up, was a location my family and I lived for several years and the café where Alyssa and Luke, a secondary character and the hero in the next book, BLAZE, meet, called, Wild Cherry’s, is an actual café my husband and I favorited when we lived there.

So, I suppose you could say a lot of the research for Fever had been completed well in advance of the novel. :-)

TQ:  Who was the easiest character to write and why? Hardest and why?

Joan:  I think Alyssa was the easiest to write. She and I share a profession and we share a common disposition held by those in the profession—independent, determined, diligent. I spend a lot of my time on the job either coaxing people into doing things I need them to do or insisting that they do it. When a doctor needs answers, there is no valid excuse as to why you’ve come back without them, so you learn not to accept defeat.

In that way, Alyssa is an impossible diehard. When her mind is set on escape, nothing keeps her from trying to seek freedom. When her mind is set on his well-being, nothing can dissuade her from fighting for him. Her brain is always working, endlessly seeking a solution.

I understand that deeply ingrained part of Alyssa, which made it easier to anticipate her actions and reactions and ultimately, easier to write her character.

The hardest character to write was Luke. Luke is a secondary, but critical, character in FEVER, and he is the hero in the second book, BLAZE, which releases in October. Fans who read FEVER before BLAZE may notice that Luke’s character arc begins in FEVER, therefore he’s a very different character than he is in BLAZE, so writing Luke here was like writing a very dark version of my awesome hero. That was very difficult. And after seeing how Luke comes through in BLAZE, it was worth every second of work.

TQ:  Without giving anything away, what is/are your favorite scene(s) in Fever?

Joan:  I love pivotal scenes – usually concerning the internal landscape of a character: a personal epiphany, a moment of crisis when the character’s true essence or vulnerability shows or that second the character pushes themselves past a fear and acts.

In Fever, I love the scene when Alyssa is tired of Teague’s repeated rejection of her physically when they both know he wants her. She finds a bag of condoms in the medicine cabinet, ones Teague had been given in a getaway kit supplied by accomplices and carries them into the bedroom where Teague is not yet sleeping.
     Indecision zinged around her chest like a firefly trapped in a jar. She pulled in a slow breath then blew it out.
     “Wrong room, Lys.” His voice came out low and languid and lusty, giving her firefly a shot of adrenaline. But his eyes stayed closed, his body still.
     “I…don’t think so.” She garnered another ounce of confidence and walked toward the bed.
     “I don’t want to talk anymore, Alyssa.”
     He didn’t move even a millimeter, but his lids cracked, and he tracked her with his eyes. The heat there, the longing, gave her the final flash of confidence she needed to make her move.
     “Neither do I.” She dropped the condoms on his chest. Watched as they scattered over muscle. Teague’s gaze darted to the little packages and held. “I had something else in mind.”
I think that is fun and gutsy.

Another scene I like is when, after Teague and Alyssa have made love, Alyssa wakes in the middle of the night to find him gone from bed. She hears the shower running and goes to join him, but when she surprises him, Teague reacts like he would react in a prison shower.
     Already naked, Alyssa pushed the curtain aside just enough to slip in behind him. She closed the distance and wrapped her arms around his torso from behind. Before she could lay her cheek to his back, Teague whipped around. One arm slashed across her throat, the other shoved her against the shower wall. The force of the thrust snapped her head on the tile. Pain exploded beneath her skull. She cried out.
     When she opened her eyes, she found Teague staring at her with an expression she could only describe as menacing. His eyes were dark and flat and glazed, filled with violence.
     “Teague.” She gripped his forearm, tried to pry it off her throat. “Stop.”
     His eyes cleared, but he didn’t release pressure. Water sizzled as it hit his skin, evaporated and filled the shower like a steam bath. Heat seared through her neck where his arm nearly cut off her air supply.
     “Teague,” she tried again, “you’re hurting me.”
     The hostility in his eyes shifted to fear then to a sick regret as he fully focused. “Oh, my God.” Teague instantly released her, hands up, palms out. “Oh, my God. Lys. I’m sorry.” In the next instant, he swept her up in his arms. “I’m so sorry.”
     She didn’t immediately return the embrace, still stunned and confused.
     “I-- I--,” he stuttered, “Oh, my God.” He pressed his face to her neck and let out a sound somewhere between a sob and a growl. “I didn’t think. I just reacted. I thought— I thought—“ he shook his head and buried his face deeper. “Fuck.”
     His turmoil churned her own gut. She wrapped her arms around his shoulders, ran her hands over the smoothed course of his new hair growth. “Okay. It’s okay. I’m okay.”
     “It’s not okay.” He let her go as quickly as he’d pull her close and turned away. He slammed both fists against the shower tile, knuckles first. “It’s not okay. Nothing about this is okay.”
I love seeing and showing the inner torment people live with from their past—it makes them so very real.

TQ:  What's next? /this is where you share anything you'd like/

Joan:  I’m really excited about the revision I’m working on right now. This romantic suspense manuscript finalled in the RWA Golden Heart twice, and I’m publishing the story as an Indie novel in April 2012, called INTIMATE ENEMIES.

Cassandra Christo is on a quest for answers. Six months after the mysterious yacht explosion that killed her mother and stepbrother, authorities still have no answers to the cause. Searching for closure, Cassie returns to her childhood home on the Pacific Coast of Baja, Mexico, where she launches her own investigation into the accident. But there she runs into two major obstacles: her stepfather, a man Cassie despises and who she suspects is involved in illegal activities, and Rio Santana, Saul’s right hand man and the person she unknowingly let into her heart after he comforted her during the darkest moment of her life.

Rio’s been fantasizing about reconnecting with Cassie for months. But not here and sure as hell not now, when he’s only weeks away from finalizing transport of a terrorist cell over the U.S.-Mexico border. As an undercover agent with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, he’s working the biggest sting operation in all of northern Mexico, and he definitely doesn’t have time for the wild attraction he feels for Cassie, let alone the risk it poses to his cover.

So when Cassie’s stepfather grows nervous about her investigation and orders Rio to use seduction as a last ditch effort to keep her from learning too much, Rio thinks he’s found the perfect solution. Until, that is, the heat between them turns into a full blown inferno. Suddenly, Rio’s not sure who’s doing the seducing. And not only is his cover on the line, so is his heart. Because as the end of a yearlong operation draws closer, Rio knows if he tells Cassie the truth about who and what he is, it won’t only jeopardize his mission, it may result in him losing her forever. And if he doesn’t, his lies and deception could get them both killed.

TQ:  Thank you for joining us at The Qwillery.

Joan:  Thanks for having me!!

About Fever

Phoenix Rising 1
Kensington Brava , February 28, 2012
Trade Paperback and eBook,  448 pages

Interview with Joan Swan and Giveaway - February 21, 2012
Dr. Alyssa Foster will admit to a bad boy fetish...

But when she finds herself face to face with a convicted murderer with a ripped body, a determination for freedom and an eye on her as his get out of jail free card, Alyssa knows she’s in deep trouble.... Not just because Teague Creek is a prisoner desperate for freedom, but because his every touch makes her desperate for more.

A man with a life sentence has nothing to lose...

Teague Creek has one shot at freedom, but his plan to escape with a hostage develops a fatal flaw: Alyssa. On the run from both the law and deadly undercover operatives who know of his strange abilities, he needs to avoid trouble, but every heated kiss tells him the fire between them could be just as devastating as the flames that changed him forever.

About Joan

Interview with Joan Swan and Giveaway - February 21, 2012
Joan Swan is a triple RWA® Golden Heart finalist and writes sexy romantic suspense with a paranormal twist. Her debut novel with Kensington Brava, FEVER, releases February 28, 2012. Her second novel, BLAZE, follows in October, 2012.

In her day job, she works as a sonographer for one of the top ten medical facilities in the nation and lives on the California central coast in beautiful wine country with her husband and two daughters.

Joan's Links:


Joan has a tour giveaway**!  All comments are eligible for tour grand prize of either a COLOR NOOK or KINDLE FIRE. Enter here:

** The Qwillery is not affiliated with Joan's tour giveaway and is providing this for informational purposes only. Please follow Joan's rules to enter to win the tour grand prize of either a COLOR NOOK or KINDLE FIRE .

The Giveaway


What:  One commenter will win a print copy of Fever (Phoenix Rising 1) from Joan. US/CANADA ONLY.

How:  Leave a comment answering the following question:

Who is your favorite bad boy from novels, film, TV?

Please remember - if you don't answer the question your entry will not be counted.

You may receive additional entries at The Qwillery to win the print copy of Fever by:

1)   Being a Follower of The Qwillery.

2)   Mentioning the giveaway on Facebook and/or Twitter. Even if you mention the giveaway on both, you will get only one additional entry. You get only one additional entry even if you mention the giveaway on Facebook and/or Twitter multiple times.

3)   Mentioning the giveaway on your on blog or website. It must be your own blog or website; not a website that belongs to someone else or a site where giveaways, contests, etc. are posted.

There are a total of 4 entries you may receive at The Qwillery: Comment (1 entry), Follower (+1 entry), Facebook and/or Twitter (+ 1 entry), and personal blog/website mention (+1 entry). This is subject to change again in the future for future giveaways.

Please leave links for Facebook, Twitter, or blog/website mentions. In addition YOU MUST leave a way to contact you.

Who and When:  The contest is open to all humans on the planet earth with a US or Canadian mailing address. Contest ends at 11:59pm US Eastern Time on Tuesday, February 28, 2012. Void where prohibited by law. No purchase necessary. You must be 18 years old or older to enter.

*Giveaway rules are subject to change.*

Interview with Joan Swan and Giveaway - February 21, 2012
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