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Guest Author: Laura Bickle (Guest Post & Giveaway)

Please join me in welcoming Laura Bickle here today to Dark Faerie Tales.  The first book in her Anya Kalinczyk series, Embers, was recently released on March 30, 2010.  The second book, Sparks, will hit shelves on August 31, 2010.  Embers is also part of my Debut Urban Fantasy Reading Challenge.

Laura has generously provided an autographed copy of Embers for one lucky commenter.  Details are listed at the end of the post.

You can visit Laura around the web here: Website | Blog

Magical Places: Detroit

by Laura Bickle

Some places are magical.

There are some places that lodge in your memory like a splinter. Places that have their own pull, that bit of extra gravity that pulls pieces of stories around them.

Detroit’s a city lush with storytelling possibilities. The landscape provides so many real-world places with history behind them that made Detroit an irresistible setting for EMBERS. Given Anya’s ties to fire as an arson investigator and the owner of a fire salamander familiar, Detroit was a natural choice as a location. It’s got a history of fires going back to the one that leveled the city in 1805, right up to Devil’s Night arsons in the twentieth century.

My husband is from Detroit, and still has family in the area. There’s nothing like having a tour guide to lead you to all the unusual places that have stories to tell. Some places are well known, some are being forgotten, but all are special.

The Detroit Salt Mine appears in EMBERS. It was closed down for a period of time, is another such magical place. Stretching for miles beneath the city, it’s a series of glittering caverns. You can taste the salt and feel it crunching underfoot. It made the perfect lair for a sleeping dragon in my books: http:/www.detroitsalt.com/home.htm

The Detroit Museum of Arts is another setting that captured my imagination. DIA houses a piece of the Ishtar Gate, and the tiles show an image of a Babylonian dragon-like creature called a Sirrush: http://www.dia.org/object-info/b50e37fa-0803-425c-92c9-d009262b1b7e.aspx?position=1 This artifact inspired the idea that Anya has a piece of the mythological goddess, Ishtar, within her. It also gave me a name for the dragon sleeping in the Salt Mine. The giant dragon, the granddaddy of all fire elementals, became a Sirrush in the world of EMBERS.

In SPARKS, the sequel, I make use of Michigan Central Station as a way station for ghosts. Though all the glass is broken out, and the surfaces are covered in rubble and graffiti, it still has beautiful bones that speak to a time when Detroit was known as “The Paris of the East”: http://www.forgottendetroit.com/mcs/photos.html

I look forward to continuing to explore magical places in the city, and I hope that you will join me on the journey.

Laura Bickle has worked in the unholy trinity of politics, criminology, and technology for several years. She and her chief muse live in the Midwest, owned by four mostly-reformed feral cats. Her short fiction has appeared here and there. Embers, her debut novel, is first in an exciting new urban fantasy series that continues with her forthcoming second novel, Sparks.

Laura also writes as Alayna Williams.  Alayna’s “debut” will be Dark Oracle, Pocket Juno’s June 2010 release.

Synopsis (Product Description):

Truth burns. Unemployment, despair, anger—visible and invisible unrest feed the undercurrent of Detroit’s unease. Homes and businesses are increasingly invaded by phantoms and now, with the annual destruction of Devil’s Night approaching, a supernatural arsonist is setting blazes to summon a fiery ancient power that will leave the city in ashes. A sizzling debut from a red-hot new author.

By day, Anya Kalinczyk is an arson investigator in the Detroit Fire Department. At night—accompanied by her elemental familiar, a salamander named Sparky, and an eccentric group of ghost hunters—Anya pursues malicious spirits. The rarest form of psychic medium, a “Lantern,” Anya doesn’t allow spirits to communicate through her with the physical world like most mediums, she devours restless harmful souls and incinerates them. She’d like to get closer to Brian, a ghost-hunting techno-wiz, but a lifetime of those she loves getting hurt makes her hold back. Her two roles mesh when, on the trail of a serial firebug, she discovers an arsonist is attempting to use the fires to rouse Sirrush, a supremely powerful elemental, from the salt mine beneath the city of Detroit. Anya must capture the arsonist before Devil’s Night, when the spell will be complete and Sirrush will rise to raze the city.

GIVEAWAY GUIDELINES:

One lucky commenter will have a chance to win an autographed copy of Embers.

To enter, leave a comment below answering the following question:

Have you ever had any paranormal experiences or know any good ghost stories?

1. +1 entry for answering the question (required).

2. +2 entries for becoming a follower of this blog and Dark Faerie Tales on Twitter.

3. +3 entries for tweeting about this contest, blogging about it, linking via your sidebar etc…(please tell me where!).

4. Giveaway is open to U.S. and Canada residents only.

5. Please include your email address in your comment.

6. Giveaway ends Wednesday, June 2nd at 11:59 PM EST.

7. The winner will be picked with the help of Random.org.

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38 Responses to “Guest Author: Laura Bickle (Guest Post & Giveaway)

  1. Wicked WalkerNo Gravatar
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    +1 I really haven’t had any paranormal experiences, I don’t know if I am slightly bummed about that or thankful? LOL I definitely believe it could happen tho!

    +2 follower of blog and on twitter as @wicked_walker

    +3 tweet: http://twitter.com/wicked_walker/statuses/13857060006

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  2. Caitlin UsignolNo Gravatar
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    +1 I live in South Jersey so I grew up listening to stories about the New Jersey Devil. They used to scare the crap out of me.
    +2 I am a follower of blog

    usignolc(at)yahooDOTcom

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  3. Teresa WarnerNo Gravatar
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    I have never had any experience myself. I’m also a follower, I’ve been hearing alot about this one sounds good. moc.loanull@914renraWt

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  4. Laura BickleNo Gravatar
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    Oooh, the Jersey Devil! That’s always a good one.

    Near where I grew up, there were stories about Moth Man. Not very scary. :-S

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  5. Freda MansNo Gravatar
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    +1 In an old apartment I lived in, we had a Shaman come to do a ceremony to send the spirits to where they need to be. My place beforehand was strange to be in. Radio turning on alone, cupboards opening alone, and even lifting of the toilet seat alone. After the ceremony, not a peep from anything. Do I think it worked? You bet!

    +2 Follow blog & tweets (@fredalicious)

    +3 tweet; http://twitter.com/fredalicious/status/13860903252

    freda.mans[at]sympatico.ca

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  6. debpNo Gravatar
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    I have had several experiences. The biggest one was when I should have been hit and killed. I was a teen, and crossing a very busy 5 lane street. I was walking my bike across, when a speeding car came on me. I remember hearing a very deep man’s voice whisper to me get down. I remember, it felt like wings across me. I was still holding my bike, but kneeling down. The cars bumber was touching my bike when it stopped.The driver was doing at least 70 mph. A man stopped, who saw everything, thought I had passed out. I didn’t, my bike was even still standing from me holding it.
    I swear something protected me that day.
    moc.oohaynull@21dnikafoowt

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  7. kelseyNo Gravatar
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    Sorry to say I know no ghost stories or had any paranormal experiences.

    I’m already a follower on Google and on Twitter. My twitter username is Door2Wonderland.

    Tweeted: http://twitter.com/Door2Wonderland/status/13865574469.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  8. Laura BickleNo Gravatar
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    Freda, that sounds very much like an invisible roommate! Sounds like your Shaman solved the problem.

    debp, wow! I’m glad that you were okay, and were protected. That had to be terrifying.

    I used to rent a house out in the country that had a lightning-struck tree on the property. The house was just a couple of miles from a mine disaster that killed many people. The tree was huge, blackened and charred, slowly rotting. It just *felt* sinister, and I gave it a wide berth. There were snakes that lived in it, and I called it the “Medusa Tree.” When the light hit it just right and the snakes were moving, it looked just as if the tree seethed.

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  9. Stephanie GNo Gravatar
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    No I haven’t had any paranormal experiences but sometimes I swear that someone else is around or looking at me. Makes me get goose bumps

    I’m a follower!

    Stephanie G
    sgradel(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. Robin KNo Gravatar
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    I personally have never had any paranormal experiences unless Deja Vu counts :)

    +1 entry for answering the question

    +2 follower blog and on Twitter (@intensewhisper)

    +3 Tweeted: http://twitter.com/IntenseWhisper/status/13877779628

    robin [at] intensewhisper [dot] com

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  11. Alex (Tales of a Teenage Book Lover)No Gravatar
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    People aren’t going to believe me, but sometimes I have psychic experiences. I also have seen ghosts.

    I follow the blog and twitter.

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  12. Laura BickleNo Gravatar
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    Robin, I think that deja vu counts. It’s creepy enough that it SHOULD count, anyway! ;-)

    Alex, I want details! What have you seen? I’m dying of curiosity…

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  13. Martha LawsonNo Gravatar
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    +1 NO, I’ve never had any paranormal experiences! (Shoot!)

    I am an old follower on gfc

    mlawson17 at hotmail dot com

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  14. Raonaid LuckwellNo Gravatar
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    Have you ever had any paranormal experiences or know any good ghost stories?

    When I lived in Newport, Ohio: the apartment that I lived in for five to six years, use to be an old house that was reputed to have belonged to the Greene who married and owned the Sternwheeler Delta Queen. From word of mouth, we’ve even been told the house was once on Unsolved Mysteries.

    I’ve had three or four odd occurences there: odd scents like the smell of coffee at one particular part of the house, and no one in my household drinks coffee and it was only in the doorway leading from the living room to dining room. Another scent in the bedroom. Neighbors have even commented about seeing an older lady up in the attic window.

    That’s about the only paranormalish encounters I’ve had.

    I’m a follower and follow on twitter.

    Raonaid (at) gmail .com

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  15. Sherry S.No Gravatar
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    I’ve never experienced anything but Deja Vu and I swear sometimes I think I hear someone call my name and know one is around. I’ve never seen a ghost or anything I don’t know if my nerves could handle that.

    follower under moc.liamgnull@4yrrehsedorts

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  16. CarienNo Gravatar
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    (Not entering as I’m not from the US or Canada)
    I used to have an imaginary ghost friend. His name was ‘Spookje Krabbel’ (Little Ghost Scratch) and I used to talk to him at night when I was supposed to be sleeping.

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  17. Laura BickleNo Gravatar
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    Raonid, you’re very close to my current hometown! I grew up further away, along the Ohio River, and there were all kinds of ghost stories about the Blennerhassetts and Aaron Burr at Blennerhassett Island. Here’s the scooop on that: http://www.wvghosts.com/hauntedlocations.php?pg=details&sid=122

    There were also a few places back in the woods with millstones that were said to move around of their own accord, though they were hundreds of pounds too heavy for people to lift – “milling millstones.” You’d go back in the woods and find them stacked up, lined up, changed. I suspect that a farmer with some heavy equipment had some fun with the local teenagers, but you never know…

    Sherry, I’m with you. If I ever saw an unmistakable, full- body apparition…I think it would drive me to drink.

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  18. Laura BickleNo Gravatar
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    Carien, I had an imaginary friend as a kid, too. I think that the idea bothered my parents a bit, though. I liked to imagine that he could do magic tricks and lived in a toy flying saucer I had. ;-)

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  19. ThrouthehazeNo Gravatar
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    +1 even though I am a skeptic I did have a moment where I saw someone walk by my kitchen doorway but when I look around the corner no one was there. It was a bit spooky

    +2 follow here and on twitter @throuthehaze

    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  20. CrystalGBNo Gravatar
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    I lived in a place where there was a little boy ghost. I saw him once. He looked very sad. He wasn’t evil. He just turned pictures upside down and drew on the walls.

    I am a blog follower and a twitter follower. @CrystalGB
    Crystal816[at]hotmail[dot}com

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  21. Donna SNo Gravatar
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    I have had a few freaky things happen, that I cant explain any other way than being paranormal. I know my mom has had a couple as well.

    I follow the blog and on twitter

    Link – http://donnasbloghome.blogspot.com/2010/05/contests-found-515.html
    Sidebar – http://donnasbloghome.blogspot.com/
    Tweet – http://twitter.com/DonnaS1/statuses/14077447026

    bacchus76 at myself dot com

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  22. Laura BickleNo Gravatar
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    Wow, some really cool ghost stories here. I think it would be sad to encounter a child ghost, but I’m glad that it wasn’t scary.

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  24. Teresa/Isi and Jas' momNo Gravatar
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    +1 No stories or experiences thank goodness
    +2 blog follower and follow via twitter isaiahsmom21
    mstlee2000 @ hotmail.com

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  25. PamkNo Gravatar
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    I’ve not had anything paranormal happen to me that I can think of.
    1. +1 entry for answering the question (required).

    2. +2 entries for becoming a follower of this blog and Dark Faerie Tales on Twitter.

    3. +3 entries for tweeting about this contest, blogging about it, linking via your sidebar etc…(please tell me where!). http://www.bookcrazyscrapbookmama.blogspot.com on sidebar

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  26. AnnaNo Gravatar
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    +1 I’ve never had any paranormal experiences. But I do know a really creepy ghost story. One of my teachers in high school once told us a story from his friend who had a ghost experience. His friend was talking to another friend of his and set the phone down for a minute to go do something out of the room. When he returned his friend on the phone asked him who the woman laughing in the background was. The super scary part was that no one else was in the house while the call was being made. *shudders* I like my paranormal free life, it’s very non-scary. :D

    +2 Blog follower and twitter follower (@thegoodgonegirl)

    +3 Sidebar: http://goodgonegirl.blogspot.com

    Anna ?
    moc.liamgnull@lrigenogdoog

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  27. kisah j.No Gravatar
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    we just have pretty strong deja-vu run on my mom’s side of the family. i don’t get it that much, though, and when i do, it’s usually for lame stuff, like knowing why someone called out at my fiance’s job before he gets a chance to tell me.

    k_sunshine1977 at yahoo dot com

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  28. JenMNo Gravatar
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    I’ve never had any paranormal experiences that I’m aware of, but I’m also pretty oblivious to my surroundings most of the time, so unless a ghost jumped out and shouted “boo” at me, I probably wouldn’t notice it.

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  29. Stephanie K.No Gravatar
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    I’ve never had any paranormal experiences, but I really would like to.

    I’m a blog follower

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  30. TyhitiaNo Gravatar
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    Stephen King’s ROSE RED was a unique gost story.
    I’ve been a follower for quite a while now. :D

    demonhunter 32 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  31. AineNo Gravatar
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    Have you ever had any paranormal experiences or know any good ghost stories?

    +1 I’ve had some weird things happen, seen some things out of the corner of my eyes. But I’ve got a great story. My mom told me when she was little, she was home with her mom, brother, and sister. Her dad was also home, but asleep. Anyway, they heard a music box playing music. They went into the attic and looked around outside. No one could tell where it was coming from, nor could they find a music box. But all four of them heard it. It could be ghosts. Or maybe faeries.

    +2 follower

    +3 tweet (http://twitter.com/AineFey/status/14395475306)

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  32. loonyNo Gravatar
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    +1 I haven’t had any wierd stuff happen to me but my aunt, when she was a teenager had some thing crazy happen. her, her boyfriend and two others slept at my aunt’s uncles house (who recently passed away) and the couple woke up with the seats shreaded perfectly ontop of them. later on when my aunt’s boyfriend drove her back to the house she went crazy and started yelling and cursing and could only calm down when they drove away. My family has alot of stuff happen to it: things being thrown off walls, people calling the house from inside the house and all members of the house are in one room.

    +2 follower (vacilici on twitter)
    +2 follower of blog (loonymoonyy)

    +3 tweet http://twitter.com/Vacilici/status/14396328433

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  33. CharchelarNo Gravatar
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    +1 When I was little my mom and I were lying on our futon in the living room and we both woke up at the same time, feeling like somebody was staring at us. My mom grabbed an aluminum bat from underneath the futon and made me stay where i was as she went to see if it was my brother but he was knocked out asleep. We checked the whole house except the kitchen and as my mom came back to the living room we felt that same feeling like someone was watching us. Then we saw a shadow move into the kitchen and my mom went around the corner swinging the bat but there was no one there. As she walked back through to the living room a cup came flying from the kitchen and smashed into the wall. My mom and I slept in my brother’s room that night huddled together.

    +2 Follow this blog as Charchelar. Follow on twitter @Charchelar.

    +3 tweet: http://twitter.com/Charchelar/status/14629092344

    Email: moc.loanull@ralehcrahC

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  34. Tracey ByramNo Gravatar
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    I definitely believe in the paranormal and aliens, too.

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  35. heatwave16No Gravatar
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    1 – Our puppies often look at walls and corners of the rooms, and will bark followed by a tail wag. Then they act as if someone if petting them. My honey & I believe its our friends & family that have pasted on stopping by to check in on us. They say animals are more sensitive to the paranormal. Plus, the puppies have escaped a few times, and I believe they would have been hurt if there was not someone there looking out for them.

    +2 – blog & twitter follwer
    +3 for posting on twitter – http://twitter.com/Heatwave316/status/14664579478

    heatwavew96(at)hotmail.com

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  36. Bethany C.No Gravatar
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    One night in my old house I was by myself in the back room and the door to the den flew open. I found the front door open too. Maybe it was the wind, but it scared the crap out of me.
    Just started following blog and on twitter (bcardoo79)
    posted this on fb-http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/profile.php?id=1625972197&v=wall&story_fbid=132452720098913
    and twitter-http://twitter.com/bcardoo79/status/15118998691

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  37. Vicki WooleyNo Gravatar
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    retweeted! http://twitter.com/VickiJ957/status/15259324092

    I once had this cat that would go through the hall at night and “talk” to imaginary things! It was way creepy!

    I have been wanting to get a copy of Embers. Maybe I will luck out!

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  38. emily lNo Gravatar
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    Yep, all of the women n my family are very connected to the spirit world. I don’t want to go too deep into it but some of the experiences have been amazing and others absolutely terrifying.

    moc.loanull@ecneconnidesusim

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