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Welcome to the sparkling world of Tiara King, Creative Artist!
Tiara King burst into the world of publishing in 2011 and has blazed a trail ever since. Writing adult fiction as L.J. Diva, she moved on to writing books under her own name with How To Be A Jewel Diva: Tips And Tricks To Buying, Wearing And Caring For Your Costume Jewellery being published in 2014.
Following it up with Closet Confidential: How to Audit Your Wardrobe And Update Your Style in 2015, both books are based on her expertise as a jewellery designer and qualified stylist. She then started writing young adult stories as T.K. Wrathbone, born from an exhausted and overactive imagination that will not stop exuding ideas until it’s done.
In 2016, she wrote the first four novellas and three lengthy novels in the Porn Star Brothers series. Releasing three of the novellas at the end of the year to celebrate the first anniversary of Jackie Collins’ death, she also dedicated the series to her. Jackie is her mentor, and not just for writing adult fiction, but for living by her own rules. Under her own name she published teen book, #teenblogger: To Follow or Not To Follow? about the trials and tribulations teens face every time they go online, with trolling, bullying and the pressure to be yourself, plus she released four more T.K. Wrathbone stories.
In 2017, Tiara published the song lyrics she wrote from 1989 to 2002. Titled Poems of a Musical Flavour, the six volume series also features special deluxe editions. She released four more stories as T.K. Wrathbone, plus two novels from the Porn Star Brothers series, set up the website for L.J. Diva, and her book series Porn Star Brothers, and started her publishing house, Royal Star Publishing, to accommodate all of her books, genres, and multiple personalities.
By 2018, all of her books were finally released under the Royal Star Publishing banner along with two new Porn Star Brothers novels, and the yearly four T.K. Wrathbone stories.
2019 saw Tiara take major business steps to move forward with her social media and publishing decisions, with four more T.K. Wrathbone stories, and two more Porn Star Brothers books, released.
With 2020 being the year it was, Tiara only wrote and released the final instalment of her long-running family saga, the Porn Star Brothers series.
That meant 2021 was destined to be a busy year right from the start as Tiara made it to ten years of being published. She closed the website for the Porn Star Brothers book series in January and moved everything over to the L.J. Diva website. The final instalment of her Porn Star Brothers series was published in print, and her entire catalogue of books was released as hardcovers or large prints. She also released four more stories as T.K. Wrathbone after not releasing any the previous year. Tiara took the online writing courses of Plotting and Planning, Fiction Essentials: Grammar and Punctuation, and Cut, Shape Polish: How to edit your own stories from the Australian Writers’ Centre to advance her knowledge, and helped found her local library’s writing group.
2022 kept the busy going. With decisions to close multiple social media accounts for L.J. Diva and T.K. Wrathbone, as well as her jewellery business, Tiara knew it was time to cut and cull. Savagely, at that. Pinterest and Twitter accounts were closed, and Facebook and Instagram accounts went silent and private while decisions were made on their future. Tiara managed to write and release her eleventh novel as L.J. Diva, and released the print editions of the 2021 T.K. Wrathbone stories. Tiara also made the time to do more online writing courses in Profile Writing, Content Writing, and Media Releases to add to her knowledge.
An Opinion Writing course started off 2023, along with the two online events of Screenwriting with the creator of Bluey and Inside Publicity. She sent Ted Lasso actor, Jason Sudeikis, a present of her books, produced multiple audio books, and wrote multiple songs, essays, novels, and a six-page idea for a screenplay. Jewel Divas Style and Royal Star Publishing received new themes and logos, and the website of Tiara King received migrated posts from L.J. Diva and T.K. Wrathbone as those sites were closed in September after eight and fifteen years. She attended the inaugural Author’s Night Market in her area and was called a Literary Legend by a local newspaper reporter. Tiara loved the title so much she put it in her social bios.
On the jewellery and accessories front, Tiara has been creating since 1990 and turned her obsessive love for it into her jewellery business, Jewel Divas, in 2008, after studying Introduction to Jewellery Making (silversmith) and Start an Online Business at WEA Adult Learning. She creates amazing one of a kind jewelled pieces of couture clothing plus jewellery to sell and wear; and is still amassing her own huge personal collection. Adding the styling courses Personal Stylist and Image Mastery for Men and Women and Personal Colour Analysis Theory to her repertoire through the Academy of Professional Image in 2013, she chose to go with wardrobe and accessory styling as she loves to organise and colour co-ordinate. Since 2016, Jewel Divas had been on permanent holiday due to Tiara’s burgeoning writing career, and her, and her mother’s, health issues, but after many decisions in 2021 Tiara decided to close the business and all of Jewel Diva’s social media pages to simplify her life even more. The remaining jewellery will be sold off at some point in the future.
Tiara’s been blogging since 2009 and still posts on her style site, Jewel Divas Style, a one-stop blog for sparkling jewels, style, and dancing under disco balls. JDS, as it’s affectionately known, is all about living life to the fullest when it comes to your clothing and accessories. “The more the merrier, the bigger the better”, and “BE YOURSELF and wear as much jewellery as possible!” are the JDS philosophies!
On a personal note, Tiara lives in Australia, has an obsession with colourful kaftans and kimonos, is a jewellery and sparkle addict, ’80s music lover, book collector (especially Nancy Drew and Jackie Collins), and loves all things pink, blue, and tropical. She’s also the long-term carer for her mother, but hopes that one day she’ll finally be free to spread her wings and move her creative life to Queensland’s Gold Coast, and desperately wants to visit Mykonos and Santorini one day. She’s keeping everything crossed that all of that will happen.
WEA Adult Learning
– Start an Online Business
– Introduction to Jewellery Making (silversmith)
Academy of Professional Image
– Personal Stylist and Image Mastery for Women
– Personal Stylist and Image Mastery for Men
– Personal Colour Analysis Theory
Self Publishing Formula/Launchpad
– Self Publishing 101
Self Publishing Formula/Launchpad
– Cover Design for Authors
– Ads for Authors
Self Publishing Formula/Launchpad
– Facebook Live for Authors
– Pinterest for Authors
– Instagram for Authors
– SPF University
Australian Writers’ Centre
– Plotting and Planning
– Fiction Essentials: Grammar and Punctuation
– Cut, Shape, Polish: How to edit your own stories
Self Publishing Formula/Launchpad
– TikTok for Authors
Australian Writers’ Centre
– Profile Writing
– Content Writing
– Media Releases
Australian Writers’ Centre
– Opinion Writing
– Screenwriting with the creator of Bluey
– Inside Publicity
Looking for an Author, Publisher, Designer, Stylist, and full-time Carer who has such a broad experience across so many subjects?
– As a carer for her mother, Tiara King knows what it’s like to struggle with simple every day decisions. A monumental task in its own right, many don’t understand the physical, emotional, and psychological burdens caring can bring, and how it can take a toll on a carer’s mental and physical health. Now suffering with her own health issues, including arthritis in her hands, she’s had to take steps to eliminate certain parts of her life she no longer needs and keep what she does.
– As a jewellery designer and wardrobe stylist, Tiara King has knowledge of setting up and running a business, with her jewellery label, Jewel Divas, being founded in 2008. With dreams of becoming a successful jewellery empire, she’s one of many who know the struggle to maintain a business on one’s own. Because she became the long-term carer to her mother early on in life, she created jewels as a way of living a life unfulfilled. Until her growing writing regime meant her jewellery label took a back seat to everything else and Tiara turned to writing with a vengeance, producing most of her work since 2016. And sadly, the decision to close Jewel Divas happened in late 2021.
– As an author, Tiara King has the knowledge of what it takes to survive the gamut of rejection letters from traditional publishing houses and agents. Deciding not to leave it up to them to tell her she was good enough to be in print, she took her publishing career into her own hands and founded her publishing company, Royal Star Publishing. Tiara King retains all of the control over her content and rights, and keeps ALL of the profits worldwide.
– Tiara King understands the enormity of being consistent and uniform through all of her brands and personas, Tiara King, Jewel Divas, Jewel Divas Style, L.J. Diva, T.K. Wrathbone, and Royal Star Publishing and their web pages. It’s important to keep a brand even and recognisable, and Tiara started her branding long before she became a published author or jewellery designer, going through many steps to have the online presence she has today. She also trade marks her names for that extra added branding purpose.
ARTICLE/BIO FOR JOURNALISTS
Welcome to the sparkling world of Tiara King, Creative Artist!
And it’s a world that encompasses writing and publishing, jewellery designing and styling, because Tiara King was always destined to be surrounded by books and jewellery. This is why both feature so predominantly in the bright and colourful life she leads.
It all started way back in the decade Tiara loves most, the ’80s, when she started the first phase of her writing career in primary school by “self-publishing” her first two books with two other classmates. While doing this, her obsession with jewellery and fashion grew, and after having her ears pierced multiple times she started the trend of wearing one huge chunky earring in one ear. By high school, she’d not only made a third book, but was also writing song lyrics inspired by her favourite singers and bands.
Once school was behind her, Tiara kept writing songs and started analysing other artists’ lyrics to better her own, which led her to analysing books… So little did she know, that over the seven plus years she wrote lyrics, it was setting her up for bigger and better scribblings, namely short stories, novellas, and novels over 300,000 words. And it all started in 2006, with the second phase of her writing career, when Tiara wrote her first novel, just four years after she stopped writing song lyrics, but then nothing… Until 2008, when her two passions collided and she found herself setting up her jewellery label, Jewel Divas, after studying Introduction to Jewellery Making and Start an Online Business at WEA Adult Learning. She also wrote her second novel, and sending her books off for submission.
Two years later, in 2010, after writing her third novel, Tiara thought her hard work had finally paid off when she received the call all authors dream of. The call from a publishing house wanting her novel. After much consideration, she thanked them and declined their offer. But that was not the end of being an author.
In early 2011, the universe showed Tiara the way. After reading a blog post about self-publishing millionaire author, Amanda Hocking, Tiara now knew that self-publishing existed. She read through Amanda’s blog, and having run the gamut of rejections from traditional publishing houses and agents, she took her career into her own hands and set about making it happen, bursting into the publishing world with two of her novels by the second half of the year.
2013 saw Tiara take her jewellery business to another level by adding the styling courses Personal Stylist and Image Mastery for Women, Personal Stylist and Image Mastery for Men, and Personal Colour Analysis Theory to her repertoire through Academy of Professional Image. She chose to go with wardrobe and accessory styling as she loves to organise and colour co-ordinate, and also found the time to pen her fourth novel and four non-fiction books.
With both sides of her life warring for attention, and entering phase three of her writing career, she released How To Be A Jewel Diva: Tips And Tricks To Buying, Wearing And Caring For Your Costume Jewellery, along with the new novel and non-fiction books in 2014. And a new germ of an idea started that took a year to percolate…
Along came 2015, and Tiara decided to start writing young adult stories as T.K. Wrathbone, which was born from an exhausted and overactive imagination that cannot and will not stop exuding ideas until it’s done. She followed up How To Be A Jewel Diva with Closet Confidential: How to Audit Your Wardrobe And Update Your Style, set up tiaraking.com.au as an information site bringing all of her businesses together in the one place, and had an idea for a new novel, inspired by the passing of her mentor, not just for writing adult fiction, but for living life by her own rules, author, Jackie Collins.
However, at the end of the year, after being her mother’s long-term carer for years, her mother’s sudden illness completely took over her life and something had to give. Sadly, it was her jewellery label, Jewel Divas, which she hopes to bring back at some point in the future.
That decision gave her brain the time to obsess over writing, and in 2016 phase three of her writing and publishing career moved into phase four. It was also an incredibly busy and tiring year. She became mentally and physically exhausted, but still managed to write four novellas and three lengthy novels for the Porn Star Brothers series. She released three of the novellas at the end of the year to celebrate the first anniversary of Jackie Collins’ death and dedicated the series to her. Under her own name she published teen book, #teenblogger: To Follow or Not To Follow?, and as T.K. Wrathbone released that year’s short stories along with two paperbacks.
In 2017, Tiara made the decision to set up her own publishing house, Royal Star Publishing, to accommodate all of her books, genres, and multiple personalities, and started releasing all of her books under that brand. Such as the song lyrics she wrote from 1989 to 2002. Titled Poems of a Musical Flavour, the six-volume series also features several special deluxe editions. As T.K. Wrathbone she released another four stories, and as L.J. Diva she published the fourth novella and first full novel of Porn Star Brothers. She also set up websites for Royal Star Publishing and L.J. Diva along with a website for her book series Porn Star Brothers.
In 2018, the Porn Star Brothers series continued with two more lengthy novels, the yearly stories under T.K. Wrathbone came out, and the Poems of a Musical Flavour series, #teenblogger: To Follow or Not to Follow? and all her other books were released in paperback under her publishing house, Royal Star Publishing.
She also sent #Teenblogger, with a six-page letter and little royal bits and pieces all wrapped up in a pretty box, to Ellen DeGeneres.
2019 saw things slow down a little as Tiara worked towards creating other formats for her books, took steps towards getting her books into libraries, and made many business, publishing, brand, and social media decisions. She also completed and published another two books in the Porn Star Brothers series, and the yearly T.K. Wrathbone stories.
In 2020 Tiara only wrote and released one book, And Always, the final instalment of the Porn Star Brothers series. There were no releases under T.K. Wrathbone, due to the year that was, unfortunately, but the print formats were prepared for release.
2021 saw Tiara move ahead with the publication of her entire book catalogue in hardcover, and many in large print, plus the T.K. Wrathbone stories left from 2020 were written and released in e-book format. It was ten years since she first started publishing, so a lot of milestones happened during the year. Tiara took the online writing courses of Plotting and Planning, Fiction Essentials: Grammar and Punctuation, and Cut, Shape Polish: How to edit your own stories from the Australian Writers’ Centre to advance her knowledge, and helped found her local library’s writing group. All of this was on top of coming to the realisation she’d had burnout for two years and was creatively stifled. By writing down a lot of thoughts and ideas of how she wanted her creative life to be, Tiara figured out a basic plan for moving through burnout, clearing her mind enough to have the idea for a new novel and its sequel, and planning the outlines in September. But, along with an idea for another novel, they were put on the backburner while finishing off the year’s T.K. Wrathbone stories.
2022 kept the busy going. The burnout plan was put in place, with decisions to close multiple social media accounts for L.J. Diva and T.K. Wrathbone, as well as her jewellery business. Tiara knew it was time to cut and cull. Savagely, at that, so her writing life would become easier. Pinterest and Twitter accounts were closed, and Facebook and Instagram accounts went silent and private while decisions were made on their future. Tiara managed to write and release her eleventh novel, Anything for You, as L.J. Diva, and released the print editions of the 2021’s T.K. Wrathbone stories. Tiara also made the time to add more online writing courses to her repertoire with Profile Writing, Content Writing, and Media Releases from the Australian Writers’ Centre.
2023 started with an Opinion Writing from the Australian Writers’ Centre, and the two online events of Screenwriting with the creator of Bluey and Inside Publicity with Writers SA. She sent Ted Lasso actor, Jason Sudeikis, a present of six of her books, wrote an idea for a screenplay, created multiple audio books, and started writing essays. Tiara also added more songs and several novels to her production list. Jewel Divas Style and Royal Star Publishing were refreshed with new themes and logos, and the website of Tiara King received migrated posts from L.J. Diva and T.K. Wrathbone in order for those sites to be closed in September, and she started blogging weekly, excited by all of the changes happening. Tiara rounded out the year attending her first book event, her local Author Night Market, and doing several radio and newspaper interviews, even being called a Literary Legend by the newspaper reporter. It’s now in all of Tiara’s bios.
She also sent copies of One Bone, Six Bone, #Teenblogger, and all three formats of Anything for You, along with a saucy letter all wrapped up in a candy-covered gift box and sent it off to actor, Jason Sudeikis (Ted Lasso, Colossal, Kodachrome, Tumbledown, Sleeping with Other People, Race, Masterminds, We’re The Millers, Hall Pass, SNL).
On a personal note, Tiara lives in Australia and has been blogging since 2009, so she’s always on her style site, Jewel Divas Style, a one-stop blog for sparkling jewels, style, fun, and dancing under disco balls. She loves showing off all the things she makes, the bargains she buys, and the items she collects. She has an obsession with colourful kaftans and kimonos, is a jewellery and sparkle addict, ’80s music lover, book collector (especially Nancy Drew and Jackie Collins), loves all things pink, blue, and tropical, and hopes that one day she’ll finally be free to spread her wings and move her creative life to Queensland’s Gold Coast, and desperately wants to visit Mykonos and Santorini one day. She’s keeping everything crossed that all of that will happen.
Questions & Answers for Articles
1 – When did you first start writing? – It was way back in 1986 in year seven at primary school. It was a class project and we wrote, illustrated, and made physical books to go into the school library. I did it again in high school for German class, so I self-published early on.
2 – How did your first novel come about? – In my 20s I’d read a Jackie Collins book and remembered a scene so vividly I kept going, yeah, I wanna write a book with a character like that. I have no idea of the year or how old I was, and I’d also had a few dreams where I was given great ideas for scenes and I wrote them down on scraps of paper. But it wasn’t until July 2006 that my muse gave me that physical push to actually write the book.
3 – Why do you write your novels under a pseudonym? – It’s much easier to use a different name for your writing if you do other things. It’s also for privacy issues. I write adult novels full of saucy, sexy scenes with hot men under one name, and kid’s stories under another. You want to keep them separate.
4 – You write young adult books, as well? – Yes. I’d had a thought in 2014 about finding my old school stories and using them, but the idea took a year to germinate properly and in 2015 I found them and got serious about it. I used another pseudonym so I could keep my adult novels and young adult stories apart. It’s extra work, but they’re separate purely because it’s better to keep adult books away from kids’ books.
5 – You’ve also written non-fiction books under your own name, including song lyrics you wrote as a teenager, as well as a book for teens on the perils of social media. – I have. I’d seen a few blog posts about people turning their posts into books and thought, yeah; I have a lot of expertise and knowledge on many subjects, so I could write non-fiction books, too. I’m a jewellery designer as well as a wardrobe stylist. I have expertise in those areas and so published my jewellery book, then my style book. I wrote a self-publishing guide, because I know how to do that too, and then my song lyrics that I wrote. And #teenblogger came along in 2015, and was going to be a Wrathbone story, but it didn’t fit in. When I was getting set to release more Wrathbone stories in 2016, the thought came to me to release it under my own name. So, I did.
6 – How do you write your books? – Longhand for my novels and young adult stories, with blue pens and spiral bound 240-page A4 notebooks. My non-fiction books were written straight into Word docs or from partially handwritten manuscripts and then added to once typed up. And it’s easier for me to pull out a notebook and pen than to turn on a pc. I can read what I wrote previously, edit it and get back into the story. Plus, it doesn’t need power or batteries, so it won’t run out or freeze up.
7 – How long does it take to write a book? – It depends. My young adult stories take anywhere from three to twenty hours. Porn Stars took anywhere from four days to thirty-nine days. My stand-alone novels have been anywhere from twenty days to two or three months. The non-fictions took about four months each to get the final drafts as they were works in progress.
8 – Where do your ideas come from? – For my novels, what or who takes my fancy, which was Michael Weatherly from NCIS and Carmine Giovinazzo from CSI New York for The Road to Vegas and Hollywood Dreams. Falling for London was off the back of English TV show The Bill finishing up which is why some of the actors are in it and I stole the name of Sgt Callum Stone. Billionaire’s was inspired by an Aussie actor, a dream, and the murdered Russian royal family. My kid’s books are from old school stories or inspired by what’s currently on tv or happening in the world. Porn Stars was inspired by an Aussie TV show host and his brothers. Anything for You by Jason Sudeikis and one of his movies. My non-fictions are from real life. I was a jewellery designer, creator, collector, and trained stylist.
9 – You’ve dedicated your novels to the men who inspired you. Why? – Why not, I say! The men are insanely gorgeous hot hunks of sizzling man meat and should have hot steamy novels dedicated to them. They should know they inspire the fantasies women, and men, have about them.
10 – Finally, did you have any specific training in writing? – No. You don’t really need training, although I’m sure a Uni degree in creative writing or English helps. As long as you have a passion for it and continually push yourself to learn about the craft and write better, you’ll become better, which is what I’ve done. And short online classes have definitely added to the repertoire. Content, Profile, and Opinion writing provided a boost to push me into other fields.
1 – How did you come across self-publishing? – In 2011 I read a blog post by an agent I followed, about self-publishing millionaire author Amanda Hocking. I didn’t even know self-publishing existed and from what I know, Amazon only started helping authors self-publish around 2008. Since it’s American, we clearly didn’t know about it here in Australia, so I definitely didn’t know it was a way for authors to get their books published without all the hassle of agents and big publishers.
2 – For those who want to know, how do you self-publish? – Google as much information as possible, read as many books from the library as you can, join your local writing centre or group. When you find the self-publishing websites, download their free guides and read through them, read any blog posts from people who have already done it, which is very helpful as well, as it can be confusing and overwhelming at first, but if you take the time to learn and not rush things, you’ll get there. And most importantly, once you’ve done your research, plan, plan, plan.
3 – Do you do all the work yourself? – Not quite. I do the handwriting and typing up, plus the usual editing. I do get an edit and assessment from my editor who’s done all of my books since I started publishing in 2011. I do the interior formatting for my electronic and print books, and some of the covers for my e-books, but I also do mock-up covers for the designer who does my print covers so they’re professionally done. Then there’s the business side of it all once it’s published. It really is two jobs in one. The work doesn’t stop once the book is published.
4 – How long does the whole process of writing and releasing a book take? – It depends. From the first to the last draft, then editing, assessing, formatting, covers, more editing, making sure everything is up to date and working for each company takes time. I estimated that it took six months for each of my e-books from start to finish. Novels can be six months to a year.
5 – You set up your own publishing house to release all of your books. Why? – Because I ended up writing under three names. In 2015 when I decided to write kid’s stories I thought, here’s another name I’m writing under, it’s getting ridiculous, how many more. Maybe I should set up my own company? And then life happened, and that thought was left by the wayside until 2016 when it came up again, and then in 2017 I bit the bullet and bought a name and set up a website. Then changed the name and set up another website. Looking back, it was the best decision and so many other authors were doing it because at the end of the day, writing as much as many of us do, it does become a business.
6 – What happens if a publishing house wants to print your books? – There’s not much need to give my books to anyone else. Besides, they rejected me years ago, why would I give them anything now? I own my rights, covers and books, plus all the profit. Why would I give that up?
7 – Which sites do you suggest most for authors when it comes to selling books and being on social media? – A website and/or blog is a must. It’s your landing site, your social face to the world so to speak. A Facebook author page, and Instagram and Pinterest accounts are what I veer towards now. Twitter if short conversations interest you more. As for book sellers, iTunes, Kobo, Google Play, Smashwords or Draft2Digital for e-books to name a few as they all distribute to many countries, stores and even libraries. Amazon’s KDP is print and e-book and they own Goodreads as well. And then there’s Ingram Spark for worldwide print books. There are so many the list could go on.
JEWELLERY & STYLE
1 – When did you start making jewellery and accessories? And what made you want to then sell them? – I was jewellery mad from birth, and as a teenager I found more things to buy or remake. There were some bead stores and markets around then too, so it was easy to do. And that kept going through my 20s and 30s.People were seeing my jewellery on me and saying I should sell it. I started with altered art bracelets on eBay in 2007/08 and it was a natural progression.
2 – How do you be a Jewel Diva and how do you wear your Jewel Divas jewellery? – By having a love for jewellery. You need to love the way it looks and sparkles. The way it makes you want to wear it all the time and play with it in the sun to see it shine. You have to pile it on and wear oodles of it all of the time. I pile it on. The more the merrier, the bigger the better. You need to shine and sparkle your own way through this world. I’m known in my area for my jewellery, they see me with big sparkly earrings, tonnes of bracelets, rings and necklaces.
3 – Did you have any specific training? – No. You don’t really need training; many learn as they go unless it’s for a specific type of jewellery. I did do a jewellery making course with the local WEA in silversmithing back in the noughties, but that was not the field I went into, and ultimately, creating is a natural process you learn as you go. Although I do recommend reading as many how-to jewellery books as possible.
4 – When did you become a stylist and what type are you? – I did my styling courses in Personal Stylist and Image Mastery, and Personal Colour Analysis Theory in 2013, but I went with wardrobe styling. Cleaning out, auditing and organising your clothes, jewellery and accessories back into your closet in a nice neat fashion is quite freeing.
5 – Who And What Inspires You? – People don’t really inspire me, but things do. Anything that sparkles, is colourful, or looks pretty. I love seeing how rooms are decorated and plain neutral ones bore me. I love colour, big, bright and beautiful. Swizzles, swirls and rainbows of colour. How books are stacked, chairs are placed, and decorations are laid out around a room. If a room is boring, I’m bored. Neutral does not equal classic or clean in my book.
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