This site features current writing opportunities for authors of all genres, with a preference for Christian publications. The submission opportunities featured on this blog site have been collected by Sally Clark. I am not an editor, publisher, or an agent. I am a writer who enjoys sharing submission information I find on the web with other writers. 

The source of the information is listed at the bottom of each post. Please check these websites for additional writing articles and information on submissions in other genres.

If you experience any problems with the links or with submitting your material, please let me know. If you would like to receive free submission information via a daily email, drop me a line at sally@sallyclark.info and your name will be added to the e-list. Your name email address will never be shared or sold to anyone else. Promise!

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written by Sally Clark


and winner of a 2015
Silver Medal
from Moonbeam Children's Book Awards




Over 37,000 copies sold! 


Browsing Archive: October, 2019

2019 Writing Workshop of Austin, Texas

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, October 21, 2019,
2019 Writing Workshop of AustinTexas

This is a special one-day “How to Get Published” writing workshop on Friday, November 15, 2019, at the Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capital. In other words, it’s one day full of classes and advice designed to give you the best instruction concerning how to get your writing & books published. We’ll discuss your publishing opportunities today, how to write queries & pitches, how to market yourself and your books, wh...


Continue reading ...
 

TulipTree Genre Issue

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, October 20, 2019,
TulipTree Genre Issue

TulipTree started with a literary journal, and we are so excited that it's coming back for another run. There will be three issues a year instead of four, each one featuring the winners of three new contests:

Fall/Winter: Genre issue - For this issue we are looking for great stories to curl up with next to a cozy fire or space heater. It is open to all fiction genres—mystery, crime, romance, science fiction, fantasy, noir,...


Continue reading ...
 

Creation Illustrated Fall Photo/Poetry Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, October 19, 2019,
Creation Illustrated Fall Photo/Poetry Contest

We encourage creativity as part of developing the character of Christ our Creator in each of us. So GET CREATIVE – in Photography, Poetry, and Coloring!

Three contests – Nine Winners – Each Quarter! Three age categories in each of the three contests: youth 6-11, teen 12 -18, adult 19+. Please note you can enter all three contests but just one entry per contest per quarter.

Summer Contest...


Continue reading ...
 

The Christian Journal: Jesus' Eternal Promise

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, October 18, 2019,
The Christian Journal: Jesus’ Eternal Promise        
 
The Christian Journal solicits articles of encouragement and hope. These articles need to be uplifting and point to a God of grace, love and acceptance. Each article needs to inspire the reader to reconnect with God and his faith.
 
Articles should be 300–500 words in length. The average article is around 400 words. There is no payment for articles at this time. Eac...

Continue reading ...
 

Texas Writes in Austin, TX

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, October 17, 2019,
Texas Writes in AustinTX      

11/9/2019 to 11/10/2019

$139 for members (sign in for member pricing) and $199 for nonmembers
Commit one special weekend to your writing with ten brilliant craft presentations and conversations with some of the most exciting writers in Texas.

For years, we have been sending award-winning and bestselling authors into small community libraries across the state to talk about the craft behind their fiction, memoir, and poet...


Continue reading ...
 

Austin SCBWI Webinar Revising Your Rhymer Picture Book

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, October 16, 2019,
Austin Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Webinar
Revising Your Rhymer Picture Book

Date: Nov. 5, 7pm

Strong, sellable rhymers need great rhymes, solid meter, lovable characters, and a memorable story. That’s a lot to juggle! REVISION is essential, but revising a rhymer can be daunting. During this webinar, acclaimed picture book author Tim McCanna (JACK B. NINJA) will discuss techniqu...


Continue reading ...
 

Pikes Peak Fiction Writing Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, October 15, 2019,
Pikes Peak Writers Fiction Writing Contest    

The Zebulon has returned and has been pumped up for the 2020 edition. Hosted by Pikes Peak Writers, the Zebulon gives fiction writers at all levels the chance to get their work in front of professional agents and editors. The contest simulates the real process of submitting to an agent, serving as an excellent learning experience. Do you have what it takes to get published? The Zebulon will help you find out...


Continue reading ...
 

Guardian Angel Kids: The Beauty of the Holiday

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, October 15, 2019,
Guardian Angel Kids: The Beauty of the Holiday 

Guardian Angel Publishing believes we can change the world by investing in children one child at a time. Our hope is that the seeds of the influence from our books will live longer than we do. Our goal is to build a harvest of knowledge and vibrant faith in kids to help transform a time in the future that we may never see.

Guardian Angel Kids is an interactive ezine for kids. They publish fiction ...


Continue reading ...
 

Massachusetts State Poetry Society Contests Poet's Choice

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, October 14, 2019,
Massachusetts State Poetry Society Contests

ANNUAL POET'S CHOICE CONTEST

Deadline:  November 1
Subject and Form:  Poet's Choice     
Line Limit:  40 Lines
Prizes:  $50     $25     $15
Poems entered must NOT have been published or won ANY prize.
Contests are open to all poets.
Poets may enter as many poems as they wish but only one prize may be won by any poet.

Entry Fee is $3.00 per poem.
Send two copies of each poem - one with name and address and one wi...

Continue reading ...
 

Cricket Magazine: Yikes! & Animals, Animals

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, October 13, 2019,
Cricket Magazine: Yikes! & Animals, Animals

CRICKET magazine seeks to publish the highest quality fiction, poetry, and literary nonfiction to engage our audience of enthusiastic young readers ages 9-14. Editors consider unsolicited submissions from writers of every level of experience. Since its founding in 1973, CRICKET has published some of the most respected writers of children’s literature. It is also a wonderf...


Continue reading ...
 

Time of Singing Winter Poetry Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, October 12, 2019,
Time of Singing Winter Poetry Contest

Time Of Singing is a literary Christian poetry magazine with “Christian” defined in the widest sense of the word. The quarterly journal prints verse that talk about God and our relationship with Him and each other--as well as general inspirational or nature poems.

Winter Contest 2019/2020
Contest Theme: "Beginnings" and/or "Endings"       
Form: Any Form
Line Limit: 24 lines
Contest Deadline: November 1, 2019 (postm...

Continue reading ...
 

Spider Magazine: Journeys & Ancient Civilizations

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, October 12, 2019,
Spider Magazine: Journeys & Ancient Civilizations

SPIDER, a literary magazine for children, features fresh and engaging literature, poems, articles, and activities for newly independent readers. Editors seek energetic, beautifully crafted submissions with strong “kid appeal” (an elusive yet recognizable quality, often tied to high-interest elements such as humor, adventure, and suspense).

Calls for Submissions: Jour...

Continue reading ...
 

Austin SCBWI Webinar: Not Every Story Arcs: Writing Nontraditional Picture Books

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, October 11, 2019,
Austin Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Webinar
Not Every Story Arcs: Writing Nontraditional Picture Books

Date: Oct. 15, 7pm

Counting books, alphabet books, books that break the fourth wall — these nontraditional formats might seem simple and one-dimensional at first glance, but in order for them to stand out they must have depth, layers and r...


Continue reading ...
 

Illinois State Poetry Society Annual Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, October 11, 2019,
Illinois State Poetry Society Annual Contest

11 categories to enter.
Cash prizes - $10 - $75 depending on category.
Entry fee: $10 for up to 8 poems; $1 each additional poem.

Deadline: November 1, 2019


Continue reading ...
 

Historic Heroines

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, October 10, 2019,
Historic Heroines

Historic Heroines is a destination for readers hungry for female focused literature or history viewed through a female centric lens. It can be about a real woman – famous or obscure. It can be about a real or fictive woman participating/witnessing a real historical event or moment. They publish nonfiction and fiction (1500-5000 words). Payment: $25 for short stories.

From: https://publishedtodeath.blogspot....


Continue reading ...
 

The War Cry: God's Hand in Humanity and Creation

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, October 9, 2019,
The War Cry: God’s Hand in Humanity and Creation             

The War Cry, now in its 137th year, represents the Salvation Army’s mission through news, profiles, commentaries and stories. It looks to bring people to Christ, help believers grow in faith and character, and promotes redemptive cultural practices from the perspective of Salvation Army programs, ministries and doctrines. Readership consists of those in and involved with The Salvation Army as...


Continue reading ...
 

The Sun Magazine Readers Write Column: The Weekend

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, October 8, 2019,
The Sun Magazine Readers Write Column: The Weekend

Readers Write column asks readers to address subjects on which they're the only authorities. Topics are intentionally broad in order to give room for expression. Writing style isn't as important as thoughtfulness and sincerity.

We publish only nonfiction in Readers Write. Feel free to submit your work under "Name Withheld" if it allows you to be more honest, but be sure to include your mailing ...


Continue reading ...
 

Ladybug Magazine: Let's Move & I Made it Myself & Winter Stories

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, October 7, 2019,
Ladybug Magazines: Let’s Move & I Made it Myself & Winter Stories

LADYBUG, a literary magazine for young children, features original stories, poetry, nonfiction, and activities written by the world’s best children’s authors—both known and new. When reviewing submissions, the editors look for clear and beautiful language, a sense of joy and wonder, and a genuinely childlike point of view. We have particular i...


Continue reading ...
 

Purpose Magazine: Little Things

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, October 6, 2019,
Purpose Magazine: Little Things  
 
Purpose needs short, personal true anecdotal stories (350-650 words) and poems/verse (up to 12 lines). These submissions must meet the monthly themes. Purpose is interested in true stories and poetry that illustrate practical ways Christians apply their faith in daily life or illustrate biblical understandings that support discipleship living.
 
Rates of payment for ...

Continue reading ...
 

Heart of Flesh Literary Journal: Winter

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, October 5, 2019,
Heart of Flesh Literary Journal: Winter

Heart of Flesh is a biannual, online literary journal that seeks quality writing and art with a Christian element. We are not a typical “Christian fiction” journal. We believe God’s truth as written in the Bible can be found in both the secular and the non-secular, in nearly every work of literature and every part of the human condition.

We like hopeful. We also like bleak. We like desperation and gri...


Continue reading ...
 

Babybug Magazine: Let's Move & I Made it Myself

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, October 4, 2019,
Babybug Magazines: Let’s Move & I Made it Myself

BABYBUG, a look-and-listen magazine for ages 6 months to 3 years presents simple poems, stories, nonfiction, and activities that reflect the natural playfulness and curiosity of babies and toddlers. When reviewing submissions, the editors look for manuscripts that please the ear and beg to be read again, as well as those that capture a baby’s ongoing di...


Continue reading ...
 

The First Line: Winter

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, October 3, 2019,
The First Line: Winter

To celebrate twenty years of publication, we're going to revisit the past. There are no new first lines for 2019. Each issue will be comprised of original works based on past first lines.

Were you inspired by the fall 2008 first line (Roy owned the only drive-thru funeral business in Maine.) but didn't see the sentence until 2015? Or maybe you started writing a story for the spring 2005 issue (Life would be so much easier if I wer...


Continue reading ...
 

WOW! Women on Writing 2019 Creative Nonfiction Essay Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, October 2, 2019,
WOW! Women On Writing 2019 Creative Nonfiction Essay Contest

Any topic (200-1000 words) and in any style - from personal essay to lyric essay to hybrid and more! Submissions via email only; reprints are okay; simultaneous submissions okay; multiple submissions are okay as long as they are submitted in their own individual e-mail. Open internationally. Limit: 300 entries. Awards: $500, $300, $200 plus Amazon gift cards and more. Entry fee: $12;...

Continue reading ...
 

Craft Flash Fiction Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, October 1, 2019,
Craft Flash Fiction Contest

Deadline: October 31, 2019. Word limit – 1,000 words. Entry fee - $20. All entries will also be considered for publication in CRAFT.

The writers of the three winning flash fiction pieces will each receive:

$1,000 award and a bundle of the Rose Metal Press Field Guides.

Publication in CRAFT, with an introduction by Benjamin Percy, and an Author’s Note (craft essay) to accompany the story.

A micro-interview with...


Continue reading ...
 
 

Browsing Archive: October, 2019

2019 Writing Workshop of Austin, Texas

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, October 21, 2019,
2019 Writing Workshop of AustinTexas

This is a special one-day “How to Get Published” writing workshop on Friday, November 15, 2019, at the Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capital. In other words, it’s one day full of classes and advice designed to give you the best instruction concerning how to get your writing & books published. We’ll discuss your publishing opportunities today, how to write queries & pitches, how to market yourself and your books, wh...


Continue reading ...
 

TulipTree Genre Issue

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, October 20, 2019,
TulipTree Genre Issue

TulipTree started with a literary journal, and we are so excited that it's coming back for another run. There will be three issues a year instead of four, each one featuring the winners of three new contests:

Fall/Winter: Genre issue - For this issue we are looking for great stories to curl up with next to a cozy fire or space heater. It is open to all fiction genres—mystery, crime, romance, science fiction, fantasy, noir,...


Continue reading ...
 

Creation Illustrated Fall Photo/Poetry Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, October 19, 2019,
Creation Illustrated Fall Photo/Poetry Contest

We encourage creativity as part of developing the character of Christ our Creator in each of us. So GET CREATIVE – in Photography, Poetry, and Coloring!

Three contests – Nine Winners – Each Quarter! Three age categories in each of the three contests: youth 6-11, teen 12 -18, adult 19+. Please note you can enter all three contests but just one entry per contest per quarter.

Summer Contest...


Continue reading ...
 

The Christian Journal: Jesus' Eternal Promise

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, October 18, 2019,
The Christian Journal: Jesus’ Eternal Promise        
 
The Christian Journal solicits articles of encouragement and hope. These articles need to be uplifting and point to a God of grace, love and acceptance. Each article needs to inspire the reader to reconnect with God and his faith.
 
Articles should be 300–500 words in length. The average article is around 400 words. There is no payment for articles at this time. Eac...

Continue reading ...
 

Texas Writes in Austin, TX

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, October 17, 2019,
Texas Writes in AustinTX      

11/9/2019 to 11/10/2019

$139 for members (sign in for member pricing) and $199 for nonmembers
Commit one special weekend to your writing with ten brilliant craft presentations and conversations with some of the most exciting writers in Texas.

For years, we have been sending award-winning and bestselling authors into small community libraries across the state to talk about the craft behind their fiction, memoir, and poet...


Continue reading ...
 

Austin SCBWI Webinar Revising Your Rhymer Picture Book

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, October 16, 2019,
Austin Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Webinar
Revising Your Rhymer Picture Book

Date: Nov. 5, 7pm

Strong, sellable rhymers need great rhymes, solid meter, lovable characters, and a memorable story. That’s a lot to juggle! REVISION is essential, but revising a rhymer can be daunting. During this webinar, acclaimed picture book author Tim McCanna (JACK B. NINJA) will discuss techniqu...


Continue reading ...
 

Pikes Peak Fiction Writing Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, October 15, 2019,
Pikes Peak Writers Fiction Writing Contest    

The Zebulon has returned and has been pumped up for the 2020 edition. Hosted by Pikes Peak Writers, the Zebulon gives fiction writers at all levels the chance to get their work in front of professional agents and editors. The contest simulates the real process of submitting to an agent, serving as an excellent learning experience. Do you have what it takes to get published? The Zebulon will help you find out...


Continue reading ...
 

Guardian Angel Kids: The Beauty of the Holiday

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, October 15, 2019,
Guardian Angel Kids: The Beauty of the Holiday 

Guardian Angel Publishing believes we can change the world by investing in children one child at a time. Our hope is that the seeds of the influence from our books will live longer than we do. Our goal is to build a harvest of knowledge and vibrant faith in kids to help transform a time in the future that we may never see.

Guardian Angel Kids is an interactive ezine for kids. They publish fiction ...


Continue reading ...
 

Massachusetts State Poetry Society Contests Poet's Choice

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, October 14, 2019,
Massachusetts State Poetry Society Contests

ANNUAL POET'S CHOICE CONTEST

Deadline:  November 1
Subject and Form:  Poet's Choice     
Line Limit:  40 Lines
Prizes:  $50     $25     $15
Poems entered must NOT have been published or won ANY prize.
Contests are open to all poets.
Poets may enter as many poems as they wish but only one prize may be won by any poet.

Entry Fee is $3.00 per poem.
Send two copies of each poem - one with name and address and one wi...

Continue reading ...
 

Cricket Magazine: Yikes! & Animals, Animals

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, October 13, 2019,
Cricket Magazine: Yikes! & Animals, Animals

CRICKET magazine seeks to publish the highest quality fiction, poetry, and literary nonfiction to engage our audience of enthusiastic young readers ages 9-14. Editors consider unsolicited submissions from writers of every level of experience. Since its founding in 1973, CRICKET has published some of the most respected writers of children’s literature. It is also a wonderf...


Continue reading ...
 

Time of Singing Winter Poetry Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, October 12, 2019,
Time of Singing Winter Poetry Contest

Time Of Singing is a literary Christian poetry magazine with “Christian” defined in the widest sense of the word. The quarterly journal prints verse that talk about God and our relationship with Him and each other--as well as general inspirational or nature poems.

Winter Contest 2019/2020
Contest Theme: "Beginnings" and/or "Endings"       
Form: Any Form
Line Limit: 24 lines
Contest Deadline: November 1, 2019 (postm...

Continue reading ...
 

Spider Magazine: Journeys & Ancient Civilizations

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, October 12, 2019,
Spider Magazine: Journeys & Ancient Civilizations

SPIDER, a literary magazine for children, features fresh and engaging literature, poems, articles, and activities for newly independent readers. Editors seek energetic, beautifully crafted submissions with strong “kid appeal” (an elusive yet recognizable quality, often tied to high-interest elements such as humor, adventure, and suspense).

Calls for Submissions: Jour...

Continue reading ...
 

Austin SCBWI Webinar: Not Every Story Arcs: Writing Nontraditional Picture Books

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, October 11, 2019,
Austin Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Webinar
Not Every Story Arcs: Writing Nontraditional Picture Books

Date: Oct. 15, 7pm

Counting books, alphabet books, books that break the fourth wall — these nontraditional formats might seem simple and one-dimensional at first glance, but in order for them to stand out they must have depth, layers and r...


Continue reading ...
 

Illinois State Poetry Society Annual Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, October 11, 2019,
Illinois State Poetry Society Annual Contest

11 categories to enter.
Cash prizes - $10 - $75 depending on category.
Entry fee: $10 for up to 8 poems; $1 each additional poem.

Deadline: November 1, 2019


Continue reading ...
 

Historic Heroines

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, October 10, 2019,
Historic Heroines

Historic Heroines is a destination for readers hungry for female focused literature or history viewed through a female centric lens. It can be about a real woman – famous or obscure. It can be about a real or fictive woman participating/witnessing a real historical event or moment. They publish nonfiction and fiction (1500-5000 words). Payment: $25 for short stories.

From: https://publishedtodeath.blogspot....


Continue reading ...
 

The War Cry: God's Hand in Humanity and Creation

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, October 9, 2019,
The War Cry: God’s Hand in Humanity and Creation             

The War Cry, now in its 137th year, represents the Salvation Army’s mission through news, profiles, commentaries and stories. It looks to bring people to Christ, help believers grow in faith and character, and promotes redemptive cultural practices from the perspective of Salvation Army programs, ministries and doctrines. Readership consists of those in and involved with The Salvation Army as...


Continue reading ...
 

The Sun Magazine Readers Write Column: The Weekend

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, October 8, 2019,
The Sun Magazine Readers Write Column: The Weekend

Readers Write column asks readers to address subjects on which they're the only authorities. Topics are intentionally broad in order to give room for expression. Writing style isn't as important as thoughtfulness and sincerity.

We publish only nonfiction in Readers Write. Feel free to submit your work under "Name Withheld" if it allows you to be more honest, but be sure to include your mailing ...


Continue reading ...
 

Ladybug Magazine: Let's Move & I Made it Myself & Winter Stories

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, October 7, 2019,
Ladybug Magazines: Let’s Move & I Made it Myself & Winter Stories

LADYBUG, a literary magazine for young children, features original stories, poetry, nonfiction, and activities written by the world’s best children’s authors—both known and new. When reviewing submissions, the editors look for clear and beautiful language, a sense of joy and wonder, and a genuinely childlike point of view. We have particular i...


Continue reading ...
 

Purpose Magazine: Little Things

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, October 6, 2019,
Purpose Magazine: Little Things  
 
Purpose needs short, personal true anecdotal stories (350-650 words) and poems/verse (up to 12 lines). These submissions must meet the monthly themes. Purpose is interested in true stories and poetry that illustrate practical ways Christians apply their faith in daily life or illustrate biblical understandings that support discipleship living.
 
Rates of payment for ...

Continue reading ...
 

Heart of Flesh Literary Journal: Winter

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, October 5, 2019,
Heart of Flesh Literary Journal: Winter

Heart of Flesh is a biannual, online literary journal that seeks quality writing and art with a Christian element. We are not a typical “Christian fiction” journal. We believe God’s truth as written in the Bible can be found in both the secular and the non-secular, in nearly every work of literature and every part of the human condition.

We like hopeful. We also like bleak. We like desperation and gri...


Continue reading ...
 

Babybug Magazine: Let's Move & I Made it Myself

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, October 4, 2019,
Babybug Magazines: Let’s Move & I Made it Myself

BABYBUG, a look-and-listen magazine for ages 6 months to 3 years presents simple poems, stories, nonfiction, and activities that reflect the natural playfulness and curiosity of babies and toddlers. When reviewing submissions, the editors look for manuscripts that please the ear and beg to be read again, as well as those that capture a baby’s ongoing di...


Continue reading ...
 

The First Line: Winter

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, October 3, 2019,
The First Line: Winter

To celebrate twenty years of publication, we're going to revisit the past. There are no new first lines for 2019. Each issue will be comprised of original works based on past first lines.

Were you inspired by the fall 2008 first line (Roy owned the only drive-thru funeral business in Maine.) but didn't see the sentence until 2015? Or maybe you started writing a story for the spring 2005 issue (Life would be so much easier if I wer...


Continue reading ...
 

WOW! Women on Writing 2019 Creative Nonfiction Essay Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, October 2, 2019,
WOW! Women On Writing 2019 Creative Nonfiction Essay Contest

Any topic (200-1000 words) and in any style - from personal essay to lyric essay to hybrid and more! Submissions via email only; reprints are okay; simultaneous submissions okay; multiple submissions are okay as long as they are submitted in their own individual e-mail. Open internationally. Limit: 300 entries. Awards: $500, $300, $200 plus Amazon gift cards and more. Entry fee: $12;...

Continue reading ...
 

Craft Flash Fiction Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, October 1, 2019,
Craft Flash Fiction Contest

Deadline: October 31, 2019. Word limit – 1,000 words. Entry fee - $20. All entries will also be considered for publication in CRAFT.

The writers of the three winning flash fiction pieces will each receive:

$1,000 award and a bundle of the Rose Metal Press Field Guides.

Publication in CRAFT, with an introduction by Benjamin Percy, and an Author’s Note (craft essay) to accompany the story.

A micro-interview with...


Continue reading ...
 
 

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