Posted by: devonellington | July 1, 2015

Mid-Year Assessment

GDR Mid-Year Reassessment — July 1, 2015

Before I go into wrapping up June and looking forward to July, it’s time to take some time to reassess the first part of 2015.

Much of it, I can’t do publicly right now. Safe to say, there are a lot of transitions going on. I’d hoped to do them in an orderly fashion, one at a time, sort one thing, move on to the next.

Ha!

Since they feed into each other, it makes sense.

The most important thing to do is remain true to who I am and what I’m supposed to be doing, and to do so that supports the writing. If it doesn’t support the writing, it has to go.

So, looking back over the questions and answers from January:

Looking back at 2014 was discussed at length. Hopefully, I’ve learned from what didn’t work , and will build on that instead of getting stuck in patterns that don’t work.

I’m getting back on track, but I’m not there yet. There are several puzzle pieces that I’m working on, and until I can get them in place, I won’t be fully on the “right” track. The track I’m on WAS right when I first walked it; it is no longer.

As far as fulfillment — I’m working on it more mindfully. On days the writing goes well, I feel wonderful, and able to cope with whatever else comes my way. On days when the writing does not go well, I struggle. When I KNOW what interferes with the writing and can’t shake it off to create a good writing day, I get angry with myself, and that is energy best used elsewhere. I’m working on a wide variety of creative projects, and I’ve cut the time and the amount of editing clients I take on, which makes me much happier. I have a single private student now, and don’t plan to take on any more for a good while, although I will still teach a couple of in-person workshops (not online, not right now — too frustrating).

I’m doing other things I enjoy, just for me, such as tango and yoga and my work with the Marine Life Center.

For goals:
I am determined to have three novels, two plays, and a screenplay drafted this year. I have one novel on contract that will be done soon, and I’m not sure which two of the other WIPS will be done, but three is still realistic. Two plays will definitely be done (in the next few weeks — the contemporary and the historical). I also wrote one radio play so far, and have another on the docket. Screenplay — I have a one hour television pilot on the docket, but, after researching the background for how I thought I wanted to do it, I need to restructure some of it. It’s still possible, but I’m not sure if it will be the pilot, or if I’ll go back to one of the other screenplays I have in outline.

I entered a screenplay contest with a half hour pilot. I didn’t win, but I got some worthwhile feedback. I hope to carve out some time in the late fall and winter to go over what’s on my roster, make appropriate rewrites, and get them all out.

I have not gotten back into sewing, although I need to this month, if I want something to wear to the Mermaid Ball! ;)

The other goals I couldn’t mention publicly — I’m working on them and can’t yet share them.

Same with the dreams, although I’m formulating ways to manifest them. I’m a little behind where I’d like to be on them, but it’s more of a case of they’ll happen (with action) when it’s the right time for them, rather than me forcing them or just sitting around twiddling my thumbs.

With the resolutions, I still don’t have enough physical activity into the mix, although I have deepened the yoga practice. I’m lax about the weight training, and that’s important to add back in. I started tango, which I enjoy, so that’s another form of physical activity.

The garden’s in good shape. I’m photographing it more faithfully this year, but haven’t keep up the written (or blogged) journals as well as I should. I’m more on top of the yard work, but still feel like I’m always behind.

I’m working on the reorganizing. I got the desk of my dreams free on Craigslist a few weeks ago, and having a separate place for longhand and computer work is great. I’m rearranging the office, and then tackling the basement. Don’t have more bookcases yet, but constantly search craigslist and yard sales for the right ones.

The one, three, and five year plans mentioned in January are still relevant. I feel I’m in a much better place now than I was in January. While there’s still a lot up in the air, and many decisions to make in the next few months, I feel more able to cope with them.

I hope your half-year reassessment satisfies you, too. Remember, these plans are living entities, and can change as we grow and change. They are roadmaps, not prisons.

Tomorrow, I’ll wrap up June and set out my list for July!

Devon

Posted by: devonellington | June 3, 2015

June List

June

As you can see, both April and May got away from me, although I got a lot done.

I completed the bulk of the research on the historical play, and I’m just starting it. The opening scene is the most difficult — I don’t want to start with a lot of introduction and exposition, yet, at the same time, I have to make the sting operation clear.

The radio play is out, and I’m making the necessary adjustments for the US version of it. I lost the thread of the next radio play, and am trying to get it back.

I got both short stories in on time for the April 30 deadline. I came across them the other day, as I was putting things away, re-read them, and like them better than I originally did.

I have two more short stories to work on this month, along with the historical play.

I put together a proposal package for another play, an opportunity that just happened to cross my path, and I need to do some more work on that play this month.

I had my first vacation in years, and did the research I needed to do for the one-hour pilot. Now, I have to sit and write it.

I’m playing with an idea for a book, and am writing my way into it, while working on the next Gwen Finnegan book.

I have a lot of work to do for both the Mermaid Ball and the Writers Conference, coming up in August, along with ongoing work for the programs at the library.

I’ve continued with Tango (and use it in the writing, too).

June:
Draft of historical play
Solid work on BALTHAZAAR
Work on contemporary play
Figure out the arc for the one hour pilot
Get back on track with the next radio play
Work on at least one of the short stories.

I’m going to do the halfway point, midyear assessment around the 15th, where I look at where I’ve been this year, where I’m going, and where I WANT to go, and also, what’s changed since January.

I hope you’re having a wonderful month!

Posted by: devonellington | April 2, 2015

March Wrap Up, Looking to April

March is a long month, but it sure flew past! All the snow didn’t help, either.

I’m almost done with the radio play — it will go off shortly.

I’ve got some plot issues to resolve before I can start on the next radio play, which has to get drafted this month. I’ve also got to re-format the other radio play from BBC format to US format to send it to a different market.

I’m deep in the microfilm research for the historical play. One reel down (took six hours and yielded 16 pages of notes) and two reels to go. After that, it’s sitting down and writing the darn thing.

I spent a lot of time on the revision of COLLABORATIVE BIRTH — I’ve rewritten about 350 pages of it. The next section will be tricky, because I’m switching back and forth between versions in order to get what I need from each one.

I’ve been working on contest entries, because all of those are due on May 1.

I finished work on a student manuscript, and now the student has to understand the edits, implement the edits, and apply the techniques we worked on going forward.

I bought plenty of lettuce for the garden — and, as the snow banks shrink, I see just how much clean-up the yard needs! I hope that my days off coincide with sunny, dry days to I can get going on that.

April will be about radio plays, the historical play, and COLLABORATIVE BIRTH. I’ve also got other writing to get done, and plenty of marketing writing. I also have to get back on track with a screenplay that’s got a May submission date.

I took the leap and started taking Argentine tango lessons in February. I’ve been steadily attending classes and milongas since. It’s something new, different, and interesting. I’m glad I’m doing it. It’s part of the resolution to stretch.

How are your goals, dreams, and resolutions coming?

Devon

Posted by: devonellington | March 18, 2015

Mid-March Check In

Mid-March Check In

How is everyone’s March going so far? We’re still having weather kerflamma. I swear, if it snows any more, I will just cry.

I’m glad the melt goes slowly, though. The snow banks are shrinking back and down, instead of just leaving deep puddles.

I did two drafts of the radio play. It’s resting right now, and, next week, I have to do another draft (cutting a minute and a half), then register it and send it off.

I have the microfilm and microfche machines set up in my office, so I can get going on the research on film for the historical play.

I have to get back on track with the next mystery, the next radio play, and the next screenplay.

The books for the contest arrived and I’m working my way through them. I’m judging three categories this year. I’m reading everything once, putting them in “Yes”, “No”, and “Maybe” piles (by genre). When I’m done with everything, I’ll re-read everything in the “yes” pile, make final decisions, and see if anything needs to be moved out of the “Maybe” pile into “Yes” contention. The ebooks have been loaded onto the Kindle (thank you, Amazon Customer Service for helping me with that), so I’ll be able to easily read them.

I’m longing to get back into the garden and get things started; in the meantime, I’ve started some seeds indoors. I’ll update the garden journal soon about those.

I hope your March is revving up well, and you’re moving towards Spring.

Posted by: devonellington | March 6, 2015

February Wrap Up, March Goals

It seems like all I do is shovel snow! February was all about snow storms, which meant lots of other stuff got behind.

However, in February:
KILLER QUINTET released from Amber Quill Press
I finished the first draft of the first of the radio plays, LIGHT BEHIND THE EYES
I booked my first vacation in seven years for May.

Looking ahead to March:
I’ve already finished the second draft of INSPIRED INCUBATION, part of a series that goes behind the scenes on making a cable series;
I need to do another draft of LIGHT BEHIND THE EYES
I need to work on the as-yet-untitled screenplay that has to be ready to submit in early May
I need to get serious work done on BALTHAZAAR TREASURE
Judging starts for this year’s INDIE NEXT GENERATION BOOK AWARDS

We’ll check in mid-month, to see where we are.

I keep telling myself that spring will arrive — hopefully before next Christmas!

Posted by: devonellington | February 18, 2015

Mid-February Check In

February Mid-Month Check-In

How’s your February going? We’re suffering from serious snow fatigue here in New England. We’ve been pounded with storm after storm after storm.

But it allows some good writing time.

I’m not where I want to be on the radio play, but I’m getting there.

KILLER QUINTET galleys are done and back to my editor.

Polished a 30-minute television pilot that will go out this week.

Have an idea for an hour-long pilot and a new screenplay.

Stalled on BALTHAZAAR, hope to get that back on track soon.

Have a possibility of doing a radio play for a company in Paris.

Researching historical play.

Had a meeting for a project that I could tell, from the meeting, was a non-starter.

Posted by: devonellington | February 4, 2015

January 2015 Wrap Up and on to February

January 2015 wrap-up and looking forward to February

Creatively, I slowed down the second half of January, which was unfortunate. There was some chaos going on that affected my writing more than I should have allowed.

The Burns/Woolf script was well received, which was nice. The radio drama percolated, and I started research on the historical play. I wrote a few pages of another script because the opening scene was so clear, and I didn’t want to lose it. I realized what I’d been using as the prologue for BALTHAZAAR TREASURE is really the final scene.

I did the edits for KILLER QUINTET, and the cover art is done. It will come out in February, so I have to get the promotion going on that. I did a guest appearance on a blog.

The snowstorms took up a lot of time and energy. I’d hoped to use the snow days to write, but it didn’t work out that way.

Looking forward to February, I want to get a rough draft of the radio play done, delve more deeply into the research for the historical play, and get a good chunk of BALTHAZAAR TREASURE done. I need to do a polish on a screenplay that has to go out in mid-March.

By the end of the month, the books should arrive for the contest I’m judging, and that will take up a lot of the next two months.

But having my primary focus on those four projects is the most realistic plan, I think, is the most realistic.

How is your February shaping up?

Posted by: devonellington | January 2, 2015

Answers to the Questions: January 2, 2015

Goals, Dreams, and Resolutions Questions Answered for 2015:

Take a look back at the last year, and give yourself an honest assessment. Remember to be kind to yourself. Did you achieve what you hoped to achieve? Where did you fall short of your own expectations, and why? Where did you exceed them? What unexpected events changed your direction? What did you choose to give up because it no longer fit your goals, dreams, resolutions, and life?

2014 was a year of ups and downs. It started low; it picked up as the year progressed, although there were many rocky patches. I started a job I always wanted — in a library. Three novellas, a novel, and a short story in an anthology were published. A play of mine was produced, and I wrote an audio script for a company in California. I cut back on the teaching, and I need to cut back on the teaching even more. I didn’t pitch for as much freelance writing, because of the library job and the contract schedule in the fiction. I started INITIATE, which is one of the books I believe most in, of anything I’ve written. I joined Sisters in Crime, although I have not had a chance to take advantage of its opportunities. I fell short of my expectations of myself — a combination of lack of information, believing the wrong people, and allowing other people’s agendas to distract me. I will fulfill a term commitment I made to an organization that ends later this year, and then step away from the organization. It does not meet my needs, either creatively or professionally. I don’t believe I exceeded my expectations anywhere, unfortunately. I fell short.

Do you feel you are on the right path? If so, what do you want to build on from this year to make next year even better? If not, what do you want to change? How do you intend to change those things?

Most of the answer to this question is not ready to be shared publicly yet. I need to make some adjustments on the path. As stated above, I allowed myself to be distracted by other people’s agendas, and that has to stop. I have to remember to be ruthless when necessary.

Take a look at the disappointments from this year. Can you find their root cause? Did you get something positive from them, in spite of the disappointments?

Most of the disappointments cannot be discussed in a public forum, because it is inappropriate. The disappointments are connected to specific individuals. But that’s okay. People grow and change in life, and sometimes it means they grow away from each other. One of the major disappointments has to do with the difference between the perception that there’s a vibrant artistic community in this region and the reality — most of the “artists” only work when they “get around to it.” That’s a huge disappointment. I need to be around people who commit to their art, not do it “when they have time.” I’m also tired of people who claim to want change, but aren’t willing to take the actions that create that change. They want results without work, or they want someone else to do the work for them and reap them benefits. I’m not interested in being that person.

Take a look at unexpected events which changed your path. Were the changes positive or negative? Did they send you in a new direction you might not have found otherwise, or were they a distraction?

There was a lot of positive, and even the negatives taught me something that will help me go forward. Even the distractions proved useful. And it’s all material, that will come out in the fiction over the next few years. One of the most positive things I did is to disconnect at least one day and often more per week. That quiet, uninterrupted time is precious and crucial.

Do you feel fulfilled creatively, personally, spiritually? What contributes to that? If something is lacking in any of these areas, what actions do you need to take in the coming year?

Creatively, it’s up and down. When I write, when I fulfill the daily writing discipline, yes, I feel fulfilled creatively. When I let other factors drain me and keep me from the daily writing, I get frustrated and it resonates into every area of my life. Personally, it’s been up and down. There are some personal changes that I am determined to make this year. Spiritually, it was up and down, but, in the last quarter of the year, that part of my life began to strengthen again. Hopefully, I can build on that cycle. I need to cut some deadwood out of my life, make some difficult choices, and, again, not let other people’s agendas interfere in my path.

List three goals for 2015 — concrete things that you wish to achieve. Under each goal, list three specific action steps you can do to achieve each of them.

1. Complete drafts of three novels, two plays, one screenplay
A. Stick with the 1K/each morning routine
B. Block in additional writing time on certain days of the week.
C. Finesse the way I move between projects

2. Enter a screenplay contest
A. Either polish a screenplay I have or polish a new one
B. Research the contests and see which one or ones are best suited to my long-term goals.
C. Prepare the application and paperwork so I can submit it in plenty of time.

3. Sewing — I want to get back into sewing
A. Pick a project and see it through.
B. Sort through my projects set aside.
C. See what needs to be finished and what needs to be jettisoned.

I have a couple of other goals that I am not yet ready to share publicly.

List three dreams for 2015 — things you would like to do, but that may not be ready to manifest. List three action steps under each dream that you can start this coming year, on the road to manifestation.

I have these, but these are not yet for public sharing. Sometimes one needs to keep it quiet and close to the vest in order to make it manifest. Still, it’s an improvement over this time last year, when I felt like I didn’t have any room or reason to dream.

List three resolutions for 2015 — definite things you want to change about yourself or your life for the better. Under each one, list three action steps that you can take to start achieving those resolutions. Again, remember to be kind to yourself.

1. More physical activity
A. Up the yoga practice
B. More other exercise, such as adding weight training back into the regime
C. Try a form of exercise I haven’t yet tried.

2. Recommit to the garden.
A. Organize what I want earlier in the year
B. Stay on top of the yard work
C. Chronicle life in the garden better.

3. Reorganize
A. Finally unpack all the boxes in the basement and re-organize or purge what’s left.
B. Get my office back to rights
C. Get more bookcases.

Take a look back at the last several years, and then look ahead to where you are and where you want to be. Take some time and figure out a one year, three year, and five year plan.

I am in my fifth year here on Cape Cod, since moving from New York. Many things have changed since I left New York. I know it’s time for me to reassess what I want and need, and how I want to get there. I let go of a lot when I left New York, and was full of hope and optimism when I arrived. Some of that has been met; but there have also been some disappointments, and I have to regroup and make new choices based on the realities I’ve found here.

One year: Sort out some of the scheduling, time management, and inter-personal issues that are interfering with productivity. I want more script work, and script work that pays better. I want to be in a higher-paid contract cycle with better advances. I would like to expand my environmental work, especially in the area of environmental law, and I want to dig deeper into issues of neuro-ethics.

Three years: Be settled in my own house. Have at least one prose series that sells well and sets a firm foundation, financially and creatively, for the other writing. Continue to get better script projects.

Five years: Be in a solid writing groove that balances personal and professional life.

LOOKING BACK ON LAST YEAR:

I’d assumed all of last year was a wash, in spite of the novellas, the novel, the play, the script, and the short story in the anthology. My overall feeling, looking back, was that I was trying to fight my way through a lot of briars that were pulling me off-course.

But, looking back to the GDRs at the beginning of last year, I see that I managed a little better than I remembered.

I didn’t quite meet my manuscript goals — I have several novels in progress, but finished few novel manuscripts. I only wrote one play, although I have at least two to write at the beginning of this year. I didn’t commit enough to short stories. I only saw one through to completion, instead of six — the three novellas I published had been previously written. I also fell short on releasing the Topic Workbooks, which is a shame, because they have good information.

However, I landed a job that was “partially on site” -a part-time job at a library. But I managed to do that.

I got some of the backlog out, but there’s still more to do.

My yoga practice fluctuated, although I think I’m getting back on track with it. My meditation practice deepened, and that’s helped a lot. Cutting back on the teaching and dropping unreliable clients has helped A LOT. I’m getting better at saying “no” to projects that I know instinctively do not suit me. And, a particular belief has been reinforced: When someone tells you to do something you know isn’t right — be it personally or in the bigger picture of right and wrong — “for the good of the organization” — it is complete and utter bullshit. It is for good of the individual who is trying to manipulate you. Trust your intuition and stick to your guns.

LOOKING AT JANUARY:

As I’ve discovered in the last few years, the “To Do” lists don’t work. I don’t like a daily To Do list, and the monthly one — I have to keep changing things and reshuffling all the time.

There are several big projects, in and around all the programming stuff I have to stay on top of for the library.

I need to:
Write at least 1K every morning
Finish the Burns/Woolf script
Get started on the Irish radio drama
Get back on track with BALTHAZAAR TREASURE
Stay on track with RED WIDOW and INITIATE

Dozens of other things will swirl around that, but those need to be the primary focal points for the month.

Posted by: devonellington | December 17, 2014

Questions for 2015’s New Plans — Long and Short Term

2014 got away from me on many fronts, although a lot happened. Here are some suggestions for looking at 2015:

Goals, Dreams, and Resolutions Questions for 2015

Here are some things to think about, as you look ahead to the coming year. I will post my answers on the second of January, 2015. There may be details related to various questions that are too personal to post publicly; that’s fine. You’re not required or expected to violate your own privacy, or anyone else’s. Write as completely and honestly for yourself as you can, and only post anything that is comfortable for you to share.

Take a look back at the last year, and give yourself an honest assessment. Remember to be kind to yourself. Did you achieve what you hoped to achieve? Where did you fall short of your own expectations, and why? Where did you exceed them? What unexpected events changed your direction? What did you choose to give up because it no longer fit your goals, dreams, resolutions, and life?

Do you feel you are on the right path? If so, what do you want to build on from this year to make next year even better? If not, what do you want to change? How do you intend to change those things?

Take a look at the disappointments from this year. Can you find their root cause? Did you get something positive from them, in spite of the disappointments?

Take a look at unexpected events which changed your path. Were the changes positive or negative? Did they send you in a new direction you might not have found otherwise, or where they a distraction?

Do you feel fulfilled creatively, personally, spiritually? What contributes to that? If something is lacking in any of these areas, what actions do you need to take in the coming year?

List three goals for 2015 — concrete things that you wish to achieve. Under each goal, list three specific action steps you can do to achieve each of them.

List three dreams for 2015 — things you would like to do, but that may not be ready to manifest. List three action steps under each dream that you can start this coming year, on the road to manifestation.

List three resolutions for 2015 — definite things you want to change about yourself or your life for the better. Under each one, list three action steps that you can take to start achieving those resolutions. Again, remember to be kind to yourself.

Take a look back at the last several years, and then look ahead to where you are and where you want to be. Take some time and figure out a one year, three year, and five year plan. I am in my fifth year here on Cape Cod, since moving from New York. Many things have changed since I left New York. I know it’s time for me to reassess what I want and need, and how I want to get there. I let go of a lot when I left New York, and was full of hope and optimism when I arrived. Some of that has been met; but there have also been some disappointments, and I have to regroup and make new choices based on the realities I’ve found here.

I hope you find these questions helpful as you look ahead to a new cycle in your life.

Please post any questions or comments in the interim, and I will see you back here on January 2!

Devon

Posted by: devonellington | April 14, 2014

April mid-month Check-in

I just realized that I never posted the “to do” list for April. Probably a good thing, since I’ve had to throw it all out!

I started a new job last week that’s also a new career path. In addition to being a full-time writer, I am now a part-time librarian. I’ve wanted to work in a library since I was a little girl,so this is a dream come true. I’m jumping in with both feet.

I also landed an educational script writing job that I wanted — jumping right into that, too.

SEAL TIDES flyer - 2nd version-1

I have two client projects to wind up, and the play opens next week.

I’m guest-lecturing at a local college, helping my new library with their big spring fundraiser, and then teaching at a Writers’ Conference.

med_TrackingMedusa

I managed to get the deadline for the second Gwen Finnegan novel to July 1. TRACKING MEDUSA, whose cover is above, is releasing shortly.

I just turned around the edits for the ghost story, “Lake Justice”. I’m sure we’ll have another round of edits, but it will release soon — which means you’ll be hearing about it!

med_LakeJustice

I pushed back the deadline for the first draft of the ferry girl novel to Oct. 1.

The next three weeks will be gloriously busy and intense. I am deeply grateful for these opportunities, but will stop pitching until mid-late May, and not take one any new clients until the end of June/beginning of July.

Taxes are done and ready to mail — a relief.

How’s your April going? Post in the comments and let me know.

Posted by: devonellington | April 1, 2014

March 31 Wrap Up

A lot fell by the wayside this month, because so much energy/attention has to focus on the play.

But here’s the list:

March Wrap Up

Complete:

Pitches — 64
Writers Vineyard Article
Ink in My Coffee
GDRs
Garden Journal — a bit behind
Adventures in Vineland
Flyers for SEAL TIDES
Contest entries

In process:
Ferry Girl novel — got a rough of Chapter one done
Media Kits for Lake Justice and TRACKING MEDUSAa
NMLC press kit
Script packets submitted

Moved to April:
BALTHAZAAR TREASURE — didn’t get anything done
Finish “New York Movie”

Meetings:
CCWC Executive Committee Meeting
Mermaid Ball Meeting

Other:
Seal Tides play
Complete Editing Intensive
Continue Sparkle & Tarnish Development
Yoga
Meditation
Planting

Posted by: devonellington | March 15, 2014

Mid-month Check-in: March

How’s your March going?

Mine is up and down. I’m more productive than in February; less productive than in January.

The focus is turned mostly to the play, and trying to keep enough short-term freelance work hopping to pay all the bills.

I’m behind on all other writing.

Winding up the Editing Intensive, and will be glad to have a break from teaching for awhile.

Some great new opportunities are on the horizon, but it means making some decisions.

Happy March — I’m ready for spring!

Posted by: devonellington | March 3, 2014

To Do List: March 2014

We’re off to another month, and there’s plenty to get done:

To Do List March 2014

Pitches: 3-5/week
Follow-up December pitches

Writing:
1K Day on Primary Project
Writers Vineyard Article for March
Ink in My Coffee (5x/wk)
GDRs (3x/month)
Garden Journal (2x/wk)
Adventures in Vineland (1x/wk)
Comfort and Contradiction whenever appropriate
Finish “New York Movie” short story
Format and release one Topic Workbook
31K on BALTHAZAAR TREASURE
At least 3 chapters on Ferry Girl novel
Media Kit for “Lake Justice”
Media Kit for TRACKING MEDUSA
Flyers, etc. for SEAL TIDES
Read at least half the books for the contest
Complete NMLC Press kit
Find/pitch/write to one new top tier article market

Editing/Revisions:
Final script tweaks as needed
Revise “New York Movie”

Submissions:
Submit script packets
At least 3 backlogged projects
Submit “New York Movie”

Meetings:
CCWC Board Meeting
NMLC Board Meeting
Mermaid Ball Meeting

Other:
Cast and start rehearsals for SEAL TIDES
SEAL TIDES presentation for Arts Council
Continue Editing Intensive
Continue Sparkle and Tarnish Development
Continue Stowe-Eliot-Bronte Development
Yoga
Meditation
Ostara celebration
Planting starts
Work in garden on any nice day possible

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