Brida Anderson

Urban Fantasy

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NaNoWriMo across the World

In prep for NaNoWriMo 2015, over at NaNo-Headquarters they blog about The NaNoWriMo Writers’ Heritage, “Road Trip to NaNo”. A great idea. The lateset blog post is the one I stumbled on first and was written by Eve Shi (@Eve_Shi on Twitter), Municipal Liason for the Indonesian Writers.

The Road Trip to NaNo posts so far have been about:

It’s always a good idea to “look over the edge of our own plate”, as the German saying goes. So I’m looking forward to future installments of the “NaNo Road Trip” series.

On a different note, it makes me CRAZY and sad that I can’t take part in NaNoWriMo this year.

Robin isn't too keen on November

Robin isn’t too keen on November

I have too many unfinished books that have to be finished first. The kids’ long summer vacation and closing of schools again for 2 weeks for autumn break really put a dent in my schedule. “Poison Patch” was supposed to be reworked with the editors’ comments until the end of August, then the German translation of “Hedge Games” edited in September. I had planned to use October to finally work on our Kickstarter project (non-book related) and to prep for the NaNo book.

When I see the happy NaNo anticipation that sends ripples through the internet right now, I really, really want to take part!

I love the crazy-busy atmosphere of writing a NaNo book in November, the cameraderie with my Nano buddies and Facebook friends who also crank out 5-10-15 pages or more each day, the sleepy urgency of having to get up one hour earlier than usual (so at 5 am) to get in writing time before the kids wake … Magical times. Sigh.

Maybe I won’t be able to stay away. ;-)

Maybe it’s also time to hunt down some fellow Wrimos in Qatar this November. We can’t be many  — there isn’t even a region Qatar at Nano, only “Elsewhere: Middle East”.

It’s raining men and Urban Fantasy, halleluja

Hey honeys, I’m so happy I could burst.

And I’ll tell you why. Even though I fear that it’ll jinx the current “yay! the world’s so lovely”- mood ;-)

I found an editor for POISON PATCH, book 2 of Rule of Thorns. I loved her corrections for the sample text (okay: I muttered and blushed and cringed, but then I said “I want that kind of constructive in-depth slaughter for the whole book.” ;o) Her timing is perfect: she doesn’t have time now but on April 20th. Which was my own deadline for working my beta readers feedback into the manuscript. Nice synchronicity. :-)

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one of the w-i-p covers

 

There’s still some to-and-fro on the title and cover front but hopefully I’ll get that sorted out this week. Any thoughts on “Poison Patch” and “Molten Blue”? The two favs currently. The titles of all Rule of Thorns-books should contain a word that’s usable by an elf as well as an IT-girl like Alanna.  That’s why I love “Patch”. I just don’t like the alliteration, but “Poison Patch” fits the plot perfectly. Any other idea? Or maybe you don’t mind the alliteration?

When I’m not scouting for cover-worthy hunks in stockphoto databases (such a chore, really ;-), I’m reworking HEDGE GAMES. A few of you already know I added a scene which I had cut for the first publication. All beta readers had loved that scene but I was so afraid to run over 100K words that I slashed it. Now, with 2 years’ distance from the manuscript, I went in again and slashed very different stuff, mainly from the first 30 pages, so that I could add back that scene. Mattis and Alanna playing Forest of Fiends. Yum. :-)

Another reason I’m really happy: I finally did some yoga yesterday, first time in months. I know resolutions are for sissies but here goes anyway: I made up my mind yesterday that I will return to my daily yoga practise. Having my second child threw me out of the habit and I have been struggling to get back on board ever since then. I enjoyed the practise yesterday immensely, also because of the Goddess-aspect of the DVD I used. The country we live in now is … ack, I leave that for another post. ;-)

Something else that makes me happy: With Poison Patch in the hands of my lovely beta readers and Hedge Games, edition 2, almost ready for upload, I can plot book 3 of the Rule of Thorns and then write the 2nd draft of Witches of Riverdale. Looking forward very much to returning to Robin’s world of witches, gargoyles and flying magic cars. Diagon Alley for grown-ups. :-)

You feel calm and enlightened? Move back in with your family for a while

‘If you think you’re spiritual and evolved and enlightened, go home for Christmas and see how it goes,’

… Elizabeth Gilbert says in this video where she talks about life lessons from one of her teachers in India. It’s very funny — and very helpful if you can distract yourself from screaming inside long enough to actually implement what she says. Harder than it sounds, that is.

Why? As she also says in the video,

“In AA they always say to you, ‘How come your family knows how to push your buttons? Because they installed them. They know where they are because they put them in you.”

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I don’t think the lessons she talks about here are restricted to family, though. We run into a lot of people that push our buttons or where you have to make the choice: “If I have to love all people, can I love this person, truly? Or does s/he belong in the group of people I can only love from a safe distance?” ;-) The video’s from November 2014 but well worth (re)watching.

If the embedding works, here it is:

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brida_anderson_photo_babs_huber_thumb Brida Anderson’s novel, Hedge Games, released in December. You can find her at www.brida-anderson.com, Facebook, and Twitter. She and her family currently live in the Middle East with the newest addition to their household, a fae-cat called Robin.

Fantasy Warrior Workout for beginners

He pulled me close, against his hard chest. His heart was still beating rapidly from racing after my attacker, thumping just under my cheek.

“I won’t ever let him get close to you again.” His voice was rough, a stark contrast to how gently his hands teased the hair from my face. “Shhhh, don’t cry. It’s over. He can’t hurt you anymore.” His claymore fell to the stone floors of the hall with a clatter and he picked me up in his arms.

Mhmmm, yes? :-)

Just playing around a little to get you in the mood for a good warrior workout. ;-) I don’t mean a Spartan Warrior workout or WOD. I mean the feeling we get when training with a workout that our beloved Highland hunks, elf warriors, Shadowhunters and Dark-Hunters wouldn’t sneeze at.

Admit it, you’re discreetly drooling inside when reading how Jace trains in the large hall at the New York institute.
Or Adrian Paul, from Highlander?

 

So, training for girls who read … ;-)

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I’ve been practising yoga for years (when I practise, cough) and some other sports on and off. With two kids, there hardly seemed to be any time. Enter my new love: kettlebells. You can do a taxing workout in as short as 20 minutes (at least when you start out) — ideal with kids. Unlike barbells, you move the kettlebells with your whole body, especially your core, and in movements that are similar to real-life movements. That’s why it’s so effective at building up strength, and that’s why a kettlebell training can stand in for double duty as strength and cardio training.

Bonus: you feel as if you dropped in one of your favorite books or tv series when you skillfully manouver that metal ball around. Especially if you combine it with certain yoga moves.

So, use that skilled imagination of yours that you primed by reading all these lovely books!

I’ll assume in the following that you know a little yoga and have tried out kettlebells before and know the correct form for the exercises that you pick. Poor form in kettlebell exercises can lead to injuries, so be careful. For the first attempts with KB it’s best to have a trainer or someone who knows KB well to spot you and correct you. And to use a lighter weight so you can concentrate on what you do with that heavy ball instead of being blown away with happiness that you can move that thing AT ALL. ;-)

Put on some sexy music. If you’re just starting out with kettlebells, pick music that’s not too fast or it will make you compromise on form.

Shove your mat or carpet against a blank wall and face it. Concentrate hard on wishing yourself into a dojo of your choice, where you are training either alongside or to surprise your favorite book-boyfriend.

Lead your body through several repetitions of the Sun Salutation from yoga. In their place, you can alternate stretching as high as you can and doing push-ups. Glide over into some Warrior stances from Yoga for good measure. Hold each stance for five long slow breaths. Really feel the power moving through you, your strength awakening. The Warrior-asanas have the nice side-effect of making building up confidence. Plus they always make me feel like an amazon, so there’s that. :-)

Next pick a kettlebell with a weight that you can safely handle in about 30 controlled swings (both hands, both legs, power comes from the butt). Done those? Sweating already? Good. :-)

Then attack the kettlebells with a circuit round of exercises. Pick 3 to 4  different kettlebell exercises (there are a ton of videos on YouTube and Pinterest posters with good KB exercises) that you repeat each for 12 to 15 times, depending on how fit you are. Use the same weight you used for the swing if the exercise uses both hands and is NOT overhead. Pick a lower weight if the exercise uses only one hand or is overhead.

I try to alternate between ones where most of the strength comes from the legs (like the squat) with ones where my arms have to do more work (like the tricepts-exercises and the abs).

My circuit is usually:

  • Around the World and Figure Eight’s for the fun of it
  • deep goblet squats
  • one of the many snatch and lift-variations or dead lifts
  • something for the triceps
  • plank rows / renegade rows (plank position with kettlebell)
  • sideways plank rows and/or oblique twists
  • waist swings

But do what rocks your boat! Be playful. There are so many different possibilities with kettlebells. Just try to do them in perfect form and slowly at first (with not a lot of weight) so you don’t hurt yourself. Then have fun! :-)

After 12 to 15 reps of your chosen exercises, do one more Sun Salutation, then the next round of your kettlebell exercises.

One more Sun Salutation, the third and last round of these exercises.

Don’t be afraid of the repetition. You’ll be surprised to see that you can do a lot more if you alternate exercises as if you trained just one round with “as many repetitions as I can manage”. I can do one set of swings with 32 repetitions. On a good day. But if I repeat the swing again in the middle of the circuit, I can do *another* 20 repetitions.

For cool down and stretching, I use different yoga asanas that are good for stretching my sore spots. Yours might be different, so pick accordingly. Something to stretch the back of the legs, the shoulders and the butt should be included.

If you like, throw in a little Zumba-like dance now. Put on quick sexy music. Just shake everything loose, celebrate that you just kicked butt!

Here’s a little bonus to get you motivated:

Doing this training twice a week is enough. And you’ll be done with it in about 30 minutes, plus the warm-up and cool-down time. If time is a problem, you can always do fewer exercises. Include the kettlebell swing in any case, that’s the foundation and works your whole core. The rest is just icing on the cake.

Marvel at the new body and fresh strength that emerges after a few weeks of this training. Now come to a LARP con with me and raise your sword in the air – you’re ready for battle. :-)

Breathe, life is good!

Written for you on the 12h of February.

I read a blogpost by Elizabeth Gilbert today (“The Best Thing you can do for yourself – and all the women around you“) and it resonated into my evening. It’s just past 9 PM now and the youngest (3) is finally sleeping. He’s transitioning from napping in the afternoon to not napping. You remember that horrible time? When they’re cranky all afternoon if they don’t nap but if you put them down to sleep, they resist with the power of pure thunder. :-) If they do sleep, even if it’s only for 40 minutes, they have a hard time falling asleep in the evening and keep waking up at night.

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One of those days, anyway.

So he was sleeping, I had snatched my notebook from the study and was on my way downstairs to write to you, carrying in my other arm a load of “woops, potty training”-clothes from my youngest. I could bemoan that it’s only 9 PM and I’m SO VERY tired.  Again. But you know what? Life is good.

Elizabeth Gilbert is right. We have to stop comparing ourselves and bemoaning our shortcomings. Yes, it would be lovely if my children hadn’t been sick this past week, if the nursery hadn’t had to close because of some foul water rising up through the ground. I’d be further into my projects, for one thing, closer to bringing them out into the world. Into your hands. Does it count? Should it make me sad that, like all moms I know, I’m galloping on the spot because the day has many hours but not enough to do all that I plan to do? No.

Life is good because: My youngest is sleeping soundly, with a smile on his face, and before he fell asleep, he tried to sing along with me to an old lullabye.

Life is good because my husband and my older son are giggling in the bedroom. My son has a bronchitis currently and needs to inhale twice a day with a (loud) nebulizer machine. To sweeten that time for him and because my son is sensitive to loud noise, my husband had the idea to put noise-cancelling headphones on them both (with a connector) and to watch silly cartoons or comedians with him while he inhales. My son loves this quality time with dad and it’s so great to see them giggle and laugh about the same things. :-)

The sound of their chuckling fades as I continue on down the stairs. Life is good because: The first thing I see in the living room is our kitten, curled up in the “knightly castle” the kids and I put up in the middle of the living room today.
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She loves the sheltered space and stretches contently when I come closer. There’s an armchair waiting for me and the notebook, and, if I Iike, a very nice white wine is waiting in the fridge. My husband found it for me in the one (1) shop here that is allowed to sell alcohol. What a treat! I can sip the wine while I dive back into writing Poison Patch.

Life is good because I get time to write, in the quiet of the living room, with a purring cat for company — and the scene I have the pleasure to write for Poison Patch today is a playful bathhouse scene in Faerie, complete with naked yummy elves and gentle caresses under a waterfall. Maybe it will make it into the final manuscript, maybe not. But it sure is a treat to write.

Life is good, hm? :-)

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brida_anderson_photo_babs_huber_thumb Brida Anderson’s novel, Hedge Games, released in December. You can find her at www.brida-anderson.com, Facebook, and Twitter. She and her family currently live in the Middle East with the newest addition to their household, a fae-cat called Robin.

Puddle splashing

It must be my kids’ favorite activity in Doha: puddle splashing.
Since this is Doha in the desert state of Qatar we’re talking about and not your daily stroll through a forest back home in rainy Europe, “puddle splashing” doesn’t involve rubber boots and mud. (More’s the pity.) It calls for a SUV and a mom with nerves of steel. ;-)

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This is the sight that makes my kids shriek with glee when we drive through the compound gates on our morning school run. The puddles are much deeper than they look. Even with an SUV, you get the feeling you’re more swimming than driving. The limousine drivers take long detours or are a hazard for other traffic because they drive around puddles — regardless if they head into oncoming traffic or over a sidewalk. Doha, eh?
This is a typical street of Doha after one night of a little rain.
Seriously gentle rain.

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My youngest couldn’t sleep last night, so I took him outside to “feel the rain”. We stretched out our hands and you could feel the waterdrops touching your skin but they were so light, even after five minutes your hand wouldn’t even get wet.

My son was mesmerized nonetheless: “Rain, mom! Look!” He ran inside, yelling for his dad to “come outside and look! It’s raining!!”
It feels really weird to me that rain is something this special to him. He is 3,5 years old, has lived in Qatar for almost a year now. He doesn’t remember a time when he had thick, pelting rains all through spring, fall and winter, sometimes even all through summer. He doesn’t remember going crazy with his older brother in huge puddles, mud and water splashing up high …

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Puddle splashing means: driving through the puddles at high speed (at least high in my kids’ perception ;-). The goal is to make the water fountain up to the roof. We had sooo much fun last spring, when for the first time it had rained for 2 days straight. Some roads had totally disappeared under water. The trek to school was an adventure for my kids.

They always roll their eyes when SUVs much bigger than ours and better equipped evade the puddles, driving like some stoned granny at 5 km/hour in weaving curves so their car doesn’t get muddy … Usually, the driver doesn’t look like s/he’s from a country with much rain. (To phrase it very politically correct, I hope.)
Yes, there could be rocks hidden in the water or deep ruts. Doha’s roads are in notorious bad shape. But what’s a little risk to your car if you can make your kids squeal with delight? ;-)

Here’s a short film from last December. The puddles weren’t deep yet, it had just started to rain.

The road I drive past before the movie ends is completely flooded as soon as it rains for more than 1 day. Now imagine Doha last spring, when it rained for 3 days …

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brida_anderson_photo_babs_huber_thumb Brida Anderson writes Urban Fantasy and Steampunk.  Hedge Games released in December 2013. You can find her at www.brida-anderson.com, Facebook, and Twitter. She and her family currently live in the Middle East with the newest addition to their household, a fae-cat called Robin.

Reading live from Staub und Aether in Secondlife

The lovely Kueperpunk made it possible: Anja Bagus and I are reading LIVE from our stories on Valentine’s Day. You can tune in from wherever you are, because the reading will be held inside Secondlife, at Kueper’s author hub Brennende Buchstaben. :-)

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I’m sooo excited!

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I’ve been to past readings at Brennende Buchstaben and was always blown away by the attention to detail these guys invest, be it creating a unique set for every reading, fitting to the book’s theme. Some very creative stuff! Or Kueper helping out the author reading parts of the book — and he has a great voice and presentation style. He could also read a phonebook and make that thrilling ;-)

Sooo, anyway: The reading will be in German; Q&A in German or English — whatever you prefer. I’ll tune in from Qatar. Hold your fingers crossed that I’ll battle the crappy internet here successfully with voice. If not, we’ll resort to text chat and Kueper will play a lag-free prerecording I’ll send in of my short story.

See you there!

Edit:

“Staub und Aether”‘s ebook is available now.  4 short stories, over 100 pages total. Stories are in GERMAN.

Staub und Aether on Amazon.com

Staub und Aether on Amazon.de

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<p class=”p1″><a href=”http://brida-anderson.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/brida_anderson_photo_babs_huber_thumb.jpg”><img class=”alignleft wp-image-413″ src=”http://brida-anderson.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/brida_anderson_photo_babs_huber_thumb-150×150.jpg” alt=”brida_anderson_photo_babs_huber_thumb” width=”100″ height=”102″ /></a> Brida Anderson’s novel, <a href=”http://bit.ly/hedgegames”>Hedge Games</a>, released in December. You can find her at <a href=”http://www.brida-anderson.com”>www.brida-anderson.com</a>, <a href=”http://www.facebook.com/BridaAnderson”>Facebook</a>, and <a href=”http://www.twitter.com/bridaanderson”>Twitter</a>. She and her family currently live in the Middle East with the newest addition to their household, a fae-cat called Robin.</p>

After NaNoWriMo is before NaNoWriMo … or is that Christmas?

My loves,  what’s been going on here? Beside life in this little desert town that has been as chaotic as ever ;-)

50.000 words — one of them must be right

I’ve written a novel for NaNoWriMo that wasn’t planned at all. I switched it at the last minute because the short story I wrote for Witches in Fiction 2014 just wouldn’t leave my thoughts. So I dove into world building, character building and motivation for a week for “Witches of Riverdale” , then set out. Ended up writing 60.000 words in 3 weeks in November. I’m still stunned by that. My highest wordcount in the shortest time so far. And some days of writing more than 6.000 words in one day — that hasn’t happened ever since I became a mom.  :-D *happy dance*

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NaNoWriMo is always a great teacher, to any novel writer. What I take away this year? That it’s possible at all to write so much for a novel in such a short time. That I can create about 10-15 pages per day, even with kids. What helped me immensely was Reverse NaNo WriMo. (Here’s a suggestion how that goes.) I didn’t do it by the letter, but I started out using their wordcount goals. Then kept going with the high goals until our visitors arrived. Didn’t write at all for a few days. Visitors left — I picked up using the 1st week of Reverse NaNo WriMo once more. Caught up, then kept going to write a padding for the next 4 days of visitors.

If you do NaNoWriMo, give the Reverse idea a try. :-)

Elves or witches? Tough call

For December, I’m at the crossroads of two projects I love very much. Should I use December to turn the Zero Draft of NaNoWriMo into a real first draft? Or sit down to complete the 1st draft of Rule of Thorns, book 2? Gah, choices.

 

Adventures of the Fae Cat

On the non-writing side, we had our kitten spayed. There were complications and I spent a lot of November in and out of the vet’s with her. She kept taking off her cone, worried at the wound and they had to redo surgery. Poor cat.  :-( Now things are looking up; hopefully we can remove the cone in four days so she can go back to her normal slinky, playful life.

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Before the cat surgery we also had visitors here in Qatar. It was huge fun to see the country from a tourist’s point of view and to take tours we hadn’t because as an expat you get so caught up in managing the move, then the day-to-day.

I’ve also started (a few months ago, actually) to volunteer for an hour per week in the German school. In German the work’s called “Lesepatin”. Sort of like a “reading fairy” or “reading godmother”. Someone unrelated to the kids and not a teacher coming in once per week to practise reading with the children who can’t do that at home. Because their parents don’t speak German, or because the parents don’t have time or can’t be bothered. Can’t say a lot of moms get into it, maybe because you can’t phantasize yourself as this great storyteller who reads to the kids but instead  you keep very much in the background, just listening to the kid struggle through the text, only gently correcting when the right word doesn’t come fourth, even after several attempts. It takes a lot of focus — you have to imagine someone who needs ten minutes for half a page of text. But it’s very rewarding to see the children improve — and their joy, when with the improvement, they start to enjoy reading. And hey, what better use of my time than to create future readers? ;-)
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brida_anderson_photo_babs_huber_thumb Brida Anderson’s novel, Hedge Games, released in December. You can find her at www.brida-anderson.com, Facebook, and Twitter. She and her family currently live in the Middle East with the newest addition to their household, a fae-cat called Robin.

Review of Hedge Games

Woo :-) See me doing a happy dance.hedgegames_brida_anderson1

This message from reviewer of Hedge Games just fluttered in:

Hi Brida,

I really loved your book! I read it very quickly, and then life got a bit hectic, so I just posted the review on Amazon!

Please write more fiction :) You are good at it.

This was my first fiction e-book I read on my e-reader. When you read paper books, you realise that you are coming to the ending, because there aren’t many pages left. With the e-reader it is totally different. I was so surprised when I got to the ending that there wasn’t more! Good cliffhanger :) Looking forward to the sequel!

She already put up her review on Amazon.com and I’m soooo very happy :-) :-) :-)

If you’d like a review copy of Hedge Games, just drop me a message through E-Mail (brida dot anderson at gmail dot com) or Facebook. I can provide you with an ePub or mobi file or PDF – whatever works best for you.

In other news:

Still writing like the wind on my entry for this year’s “Witches in Fiction” Halloween blog party.

A well read witch by Paul Brooker via Flickr / Creative Commons

A well read witch by Paul Brooker via Flickr / Creative Commons

It was supposed to be a little short story that I’d write quickly before diving back into book 2 of the Rule of Thorns. But the main character had other things in mind ;-)

Loving the story and the world so far, a fictional university town in North America, divided in half between magic and non-magic people.

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brida_anderson_photo_babs_huber_thumb Brida Anderson’s novel, Hedge Games, released in December. You can find her at www.brida-anderson.com, Facebook, and Twitter. She writes nonfiction under the name Nina Weber. She and her family currently live in the Middle East with the newest addition to their household, a fae-cat called Robin.

Western Aetherpunk – taking shape

By now you no doubt heard from me about the anthology that transplants Aetherpunk into the wild wild West – a project I was very excited about from the start. Still am. :-)

The cover and interior are taking shape and I wanted to share with you a peek at the work-in-progress.

The title of the first anthology will be “Staub und Aether” (Dust and Aether), combining four short stories by four different authors. (All stories are in German, sorry. If time permits, I’ll translate my story “A fist full of Feathers” for you here in the blog.)

 

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Cover created by Stefan Holzhauer based on a picture by Matthew Field, CC BY-SA license

A first draft of a website is up where later you’ll be able to buy the book and find out about upcoming installments in the series. All “books” in the series will be dime novels, actually.

That was one of the allures of the project. The idea to create dime stories for dime novels together, short guilty pleasures that you can inhale in one sitting. We’re having the books printed and will give them away or sell them at conventions. There will also be an ebook. I’ll keep you posted :-)

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