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message 1: by ⚜️Trea, Operations Manager (last edited Jan 28, 2017 09:00AM) (new)

⚜️Trea (duskrider3740) | 4390 comments Mod
Hooray for Technology E-Reader Challenge

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Thanks to Kay (Brigidsmomma) for the suggestion of this challenge!

The e-reader has made reading accessible for a lot of people that were previously unable to read due to failing eyesight or inability to hold the weightier hardcovers and paperbacks. It also allows people to have thousands of books, right at their fingertips, or gives them the ability to hide what they are reading (like me! Reading romances exclusively leads to some embarrassing covers being shown!).

How It Works
◈Pick a Level
◈Pick which task group you will do, and you are allowed to pick multiple groups!
All books read must be e-books, but can be on any platform (Kobo, Nook, Kindle, PC, etc)!
◈There are no page minimums for the challenge!

Duration: February 1st, 2017 to February 28th, 2017

Levels:
Easy: 1-4 books
Medium: 5-8 books
Hard: 9-11 books
Enthusiastic: 12-15 books
Dedicated: 16-19 books
OMG, the guys in the white coats are coming, Committed: 20+ books

Tasks:
Read as many books as you can in e-book format!

Spell out the e-reader of the month: Tesco Hudl using Title, Author Name First Letter (Either first or last name, No Middle Names!), or Series Name First Letter

Pick an author and read as many of their books as you can in e-book format.

Pick a series and read as much of it as you can in e-book format.


message 2: by ⚜️Trea, Operations Manager (last edited Feb 28, 2017 04:39AM) (new)

⚜️Trea (duskrider3740) | 4390 comments Mod
Hooray for Technology! E-Reader Challenge
Duration: February 1st to February 28th, 2017
Level: OMG, the guys in the white coats are coming, Committed (20+ books)
Read: 31/31


Tasks:
Read as many books as you can in e-book format!
1. A Share in Death by Deborah Crombie-2/1/17
2. Sweet Thursday by Mari Carr-2/5/17
3. Four: The Transfer: A Divergent Story by Veronica Roth-2/6/17
4. Four: The Initiate by Veronica Roth-2/7/17
5. Four: The Son by Veronica Roth-2/8/17
6. Reclaimed by River Savage-2/8/17
7. Four: The Traitor: A Divergent Story by Veronica Roth-2/10/17
8. Royal Design by Sariah Wilson-2/11/17
9. Identity Crisis by Eliza Daly-2/12/17
10. Copping a Feel by Lexxie Couper-2/15/17
11. Jax by Lane Hart-2/15/17
12. Friday I'm in Love by Mari Carr-2/19/17
13. Good Girls Don't Date Rock Stars by Codi Gary-2/20/17
14. Adam's Obsession by Sabrina York-2/21/17
15. Nuts by Alice Clayton-2/23/17
16. When the Smoke Clears by Lynette Eason-2/25/17
17. A Place of Peace by Amy Clipston-2/26/17

Spell out the e-reader of the month: Tesco Hudl using Title, Author Name First Letter (Either first or last name, No Middle Names!), or Series Name First Letter
T- Tangled by Kate Douglas-2/2/17
E- Blind Attraction by Eden Summers-2/25/17
S- Stars in the Grass by Ann Marie Stewart-2/1/17
C- Crossing Hearts by Kimberly Kincaid-2/16/17
O- Lazy Love by Kirsten Osbourne-2/9/17

H- Heart of Evil by Heather Graham-2/22/17
U- Unmatched by Stephanie Kay-2/26/17
D- Delusion in Death by J.D. Robb-2/11/17
L- Breaking Pointe by Lani Woodland-2/25/17

Pick an author and read as many of their books as you can in e-book format.
Katy Regnery
1. Dark Sexy Knight by Katy Regnery-2/24/17
2. Don't Speak by Katy Regnery-2/28/17

Pick a series and read as much of it as you can in e-book format.
Good Hope by Cindy Kirk
1. Christmas in Good Hope by Cindy Kirk-2/3/17
2. Summer in Good Hope by Cindy Kirk-2/4/17
3. Be Mine in Good Hope by Cindy Kirk-2/9/17


message 3: by ⚜️Trea, Operations Manager (new)

⚜️Trea (duskrider3740) | 4390 comments Mod
If anyone knows of any e-readers, please PM me with their names! I've got a list of 15 total right now, but I want to see this challenge repeat indefinitely, so I would love some help with the e-reader of the month portion!


message 4: by Lily (last edited Mar 12, 2017 11:07AM) (new)

Lily (lilygcs) | 182 comments 13/13 ~ finished Feb 26th


To Love and To Cherish by Addison Albright ~ 2/24/17 ~ 3.5★
Escaping in Oz by Aria Grace ~ 2/3/17 ~ 3★
Sloan Kennedy - Retribution ~ 2/7/17 ~ 4★
Clockwork Heart by Heidi Cullinan ~ 2/13/17 ~ 3.5★
Out in the Blue by Kelly Jensen ~ 2/3/17 ~ 3★

Have a Little Faith by Diana McKinley ~ 2/26/17 ~ 4★
Unchaste by Mia Watts ~ 2/4/17 ~ 2★
Dee, Cara - Noah ~ 2/19/17 ~ 4★
Love is a Stranger by John Wiltshire ~ 2/17/17 ~ 4★

Sean Michael...
Lemon Drops ~ 2/1/17 ~ 3★
The Cat's Meow ~ 2/1/17 ~ 3★

Scoring Chances Series by Avon Gale...
Overtime ~ 2/1/17 ~ 3★
Empty Net ~ 2/14/17 ~ 4★


message 5: by Jenn (last edited Feb 28, 2017 03:30PM) (new)

Jenn (tellingmelies) | 535 comments Hooray for Technology E-Reader Challenge
Duration: month of February
Level: Medium (5-8 books)
Completed: 6/5-8


Read as many books as you can in e-book format!
1. The Unlikeable Demon Hunter by Deborah Wilde, 2/6
2. Secrets of a Reluctant Princess by Casey Griffin, 2/9
3. Weddings, Crushes, and Other Dramas by Emily McKay, 2/10
4. There's Something About Nik by Sara Hantz, 2/13
5. Make Me by Beth Kery, 2/21
6. Off the Ice by Julie Cross, 2/28

The Unlikeable Demon Hunter (Nava Katz, #1) by Deborah Wilde Secrets of a Reluctant Princess by Casey Griffin Weddings, Crushes, and Other Dramas (Creative HeArts, #6; Willa and Finn, #2) by Emily McKay There's Something About Nik by Sara Hantz Make Me by Beth Kery Off the Ice (Juniper Falls, #1) by Julie Cross

Spell out the e-reader of the month: Tesco Hudl using Title, Author Name First Letter (Either first or last name, No Middle Names!), or Series Name First Letter

Pick an author and read as many of their books as you can in e-book format.

Pick a series and read as much of it as you can in e-book format.


message 6: by Kris Mongo (last edited Feb 24, 2017 10:35AM) (new)

Kris Mongo (krismongo) Hooray for Technology E-Reader Challenge
Duration: month of February
Level: Medium (5-8 books)
Completed: 3/5-8
Duration: February 1st, 2017 to February 28th, 2017


Tasks:
Read as many books as you can in e-book format!

1. Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly ***** 2/2/17

2. A Desperate Fortune by Susanna Kearsley ***** 2/11/17

3. Little Mercies by Heather Gudenkauf **** 2/17/17

4. The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge by Frances Hardinge *** 2/23/17 410 pp.


message 7: by Kay (Brigidsmomma) (last edited Feb 07, 2017 10:39AM) (new)

Kay (Brigidsmomma) Compton (brigidsmomma) | 565 comments I'm in for February!

Level: OMG, the guys in the white coats are coming, Committed: 20+ books

Read as many as you can (duh, everything else I read)
Nine Ten Begin Again (Grasshopper Lawns #5) by E.J. Lamprey 2/1/17 Eleven Twelve Dig And Delve (Grasshopper Lawns #6) by E.J. Lamprey 2/1/17 Thirteen Fourteen Maids A-Courting (Grasshopper Lawns #7) by E.J. Lamprey 2/2/17 Fifteen Sixteen Maids In The Kitchen A Grasshopper Lawns whodunit by EJ Lamprey 2/2/17 Flipped for Murder (Country Store Mysteries, #1) by Maddie Day 2/3/17 The Honeyed Taste of Deception An Angel Lake Mystery (Walking Calamity Cozy Mystery Book 4) by CeeCee James 2/3/17 Trouble in Savannah (Made in Savannah Cozy Mysteries Series Book 5) by Hope Callaghan 2/6/17

Spellout by Title: Tesco Hudl
T Tarte Tatin Murder (Seagrass Sweets Mystery #2) by Sandi Scott 2/6/17
E Earthbound Wings (The Earthbound Series Book 2) by ReGina Welling 2/6/17
S Saving Carole by Mary S. Frederick
C Caffeine and Killers (A Roasted Love Cozy Mystery #3) by Cam Larson
O One O'Clock Hustle (Inspector Rebecca Mayfield Mystery #1) by Joanne Pence

H A Honeybun and Coffee (Honeybun Heat #1) by Sam Cheever
U Uncultured Pearl (Maggie Storm Blue Mystery Book 1) by Sherrill Lewis
D Dead on Demand (DCI Morton #1) by Daniel Campbell
L The Lanvin Murders (Vintage Clothing, #1) by Angela M. Sanders

Pick an Author: Helen Haught Fanick (I need to really challenge myself, so my Authors must have last names that correspond to the Month)



Pick a Series: Jazz Phillips


...let the fun begin...


message 8: by Elaine (last edited Feb 22, 2017 10:38AM) (new)

Elaine Hooray for Tech: E-Reader Challenge

Challenge Accepted: February 1, 2017
Challenge (hopefully) Completed: February 28, 2017

Level: Hard, 9+ books

Task 1: Read as many books as you can in e-book format!
1. Nutter Nero 2-6-17
2. My Little Runaway 2-6-17
3. My Man Declan 2-6-17
4. Montana's Vamp 2-6-17
5. Maverick's Mate 2-8-17
6. Perfection 2-12-17
7. Not So Different 2-12-17
8.
9.

Task 2: Spell out the e-reader of the month: Tesco Hudl using Title, Author Initial (First or Last) or Series Name First Letter

T
E
S Something Sparked 2-20-17
C
O

H
U
D
L Lucky 2-14-17

Task 3: Pick an author and read as many of their books as you can in e-book format.

Sean Michael

Task 4: Pick a series and read as much of it as you can in e-book format.

Guild Hunters by Nalini Singh
Archangel's Consort (Guild Hunter, #3) by Nalini Singh Archangel's Blade (Guild Hunter, #4) by Nalini Singh Archangel's Storm (Guild Hunter, #5) by Nalini Singh Archangel's Legion (Guild Hunter, #6) by Nalini Singh Archangel's Shadows (Guild Hunter, #7) by Nalini Singh


message 9: by ⚜️Trea, Operations Manager (new)

⚜️Trea (duskrider3740) | 4390 comments Mod
Announcement! I've decided to create a new level for those of us who do a lot of reading on the e-reader: Dedicated Level! Hard level has been reworked to be 9-11 books, and Dedicated is for anything above that. Please adjust your challenges as necessary!


message 10: by Elizabeth (last edited Feb 21, 2017 04:37PM) (new)

Elizabeth | 481 comments Hooray for Technology E-Reader Challenge
Medium: 5-8 books ( completed)
Read as many ebooks as you can
The Appointed: David Wolf Mystery Thrillers 1 and 2 Bundle2/2/17 5 stars The Appointed David Wolf Mystery Thrillers 1 and 2 Bundle (Foreign Deceit and The Silversmith) by Jeff Carson ( Kindle )
2:Weird Dinosaurs: The Strange new fossils challenging everything we thought we knew( ARC Kindle doc ) 2/16/17 Weird Dinosaurs The Strange new fossils challenging everything we thought we knew by John Pickrell 5 stars
3:Lost at sea, found at Fukushima2/21/17 ( ARC Kindle doc ) Lost at sea, found at Fukushima by Andy Millar 2/21/17 5 stars
4:Ghosts of Country Music: Tales of Haunted Honky Tonks & Legendary Spectres Ghosts of Country Music Tales of Haunted Honky Tonks & Legendary Spectres by Matthew L Swayne ( ARC Kindle doc )five stars 2/4/17
5: Dead Gone by T.J. Brearton Dead Gone(ARC Kindle doc)1 star 2/1/17
6:little girls lost little girls lost by jonah paine 5 stars ( Kindle)2/4/17
7:Whiskey Sour2/8/17 five stars Whiskey Sour (Jack Daniels Mystery, #1) by J.A. Konrath ( Kindle)
8:Too Close to Home2/20/17.five stars Too Close to Home (The Forensic Files #1) by Tressa Messenger ( Kindle)
9:Dance: Cinderella Retold Dance Cinderella Retold (Romance a Medieval Fairytale series Book 3) by Demelza Carlton 2/11/17 five stars ( Kindle)


message 11: by Diamond (new)

Diamond Jones-Cox (mzaware28) Level: Easy: 4 books 0 OF 4 Complete

Tasks:
Read as many books as you can in e-book format!
1.
2.
3.
4.


message 12: by Lyndi (last edited Feb 28, 2017 11:26PM) (new)

Lyndi (mibookobsession) Hooray for Technology E-Reader Challenge
Duration: month of February
Level: Hard (9-11) or Dedicated (12+)
Completed: 12/12

Read as many books as you can in e-book format!
Paris for One and Other Stories 2/18
The Burning Page 2/23
Dark Matter 2/25
Middlesex 2/27
Outlander 2/28


Spell out the e-reader of the month: Tesco Hudl using Title, Author Name First Letter (Either first or last name, No Middle Names!), or Series Name First Letter

T A Thousand Splendid Suns
E Middlemarch: A Study of Provincial Life by George Eliot 2/14
S Heir to Sevenwaters (Sevenwaters series)
2/11
C A New Hope by Robyn Carr 2/1
O Owl and the Japanese Circus 2/13


H Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Parts One and Two 2/5
U Usher's Passing
D Influx by Daniel Suarez 2/16
L Where the Heart Is by Billie Letts 2/19


Pick an author and read as many of their books as you can in e-book format.

Pick a series and read as much of it as you can in e-book format.


message 13: by ⚜️Trea, Operations Manager (new)

⚜️Trea (duskrider3740) | 4390 comments Mod
Kay (Brigidsmomma) wrote: "I'm in for February!

Level: Dedicated (12++, or in my case, maybe that should be committed - as in to a psych ward?) ..."


Kay, I am right there with you! Looks like my count for January is 32 books! I considered calling 12+ books Insane Level, but thought that was too negative a connotation!


Kay (Brigidsmomma) Compton (brigidsmomma) | 565 comments I think Committed Level should be 20+. With the obvious white coat connotation... Or maybe Cuckoo's Nest? or some other such designation?


message 15: by ⚜️Trea, Operations Manager (new)

⚜️Trea (duskrider3740) | 4390 comments Mod
Kay (Brigidsmomma) wrote: "I think Committed Level should be 20+. With the obvious white coat connotation... Or maybe Cuckoo's Nest? or some other such designation?"

I could add that in...look up at the top and see what you think!


Alison (Lady Coffin) S | 1498 comments Too funny!
Love it


Kay (Brigidsmomma) Compton (brigidsmomma) | 565 comments Trea wrote: "Kay (Brigidsmomma) wrote: "I think Committed Level should be 20+. With the obvious white coat connotation... Or maybe Cuckoo's Nest? or some other such designation?"

I could add that in...look up ..."


Now I'm happy...


message 18: by ⚜️Trea, Operations Manager (new)

⚜️Trea (duskrider3740) | 4390 comments Mod
Alison (Lady Coffin) wrote: "Too funny!
Love it"


Kay (Brigidsmomma) wrote: "Trea wrote: "Kay (Brigidsmomma) wrote: "I think Committed Level should be 20+. With the obvious white coat connotation... Or maybe Cuckoo's Nest? or some other such designation?"

I could add that...look up ..."

Now I'm happy..."


Glad you both like the change!


message 19: by ⚜️Trea, Operations Manager (new)

⚜️Trea (duskrider3740) | 4390 comments Mod
If you're signed up for hard level, please check out the new level changes!


message 20: by Lisa (last edited Feb 27, 2017 09:27PM) (new)

Lisa | 115 comments * * * Challenge Accepted: February 1, 2017 * * *
* * * Challenge Completed: February 28, 2017 * * *

Level: Dedicated: 16-19 books
Completed: 17/17

Task 1: Read as many books as you can in e-book format!
1. Sweet Tomorrows by Debbie Macomber (2/2)
2. Into the Whirlwind by Kat Martin (2/4)
3. The Chance by Karen Kingsbury (2/11)
4. Wait for Me by Samantha Chase (2/8)
5. Trust in Me by Samantha Chase (2/9)
6. Still Life by Dani Pettrey (2/13)
7. A Dog's Purpose by W. Bruce Cameron (2/6)
8. A Cat Was Involved by Spencer Quinn (2/10)
9. Into the Firestorm by Kat Martin (2/12)
10. The Beach Quilt by Holly Chamberlin (2/14)
11. Going Once by Sharon Sala (2/16)
12. Going Twice by Sharon Sala (2/18)
13. The McCaffertys: Thorne by Lisa Jackson (2/20)
14. Return to You by Samantha Chase (2/21)
15. Reading Up a Storm by Eva Gates (2/25)
16. 113 Minutes by James Patterson (2/27)
17. Scents and Sensibility by Spencer Quinn (2/27)

Sweet Tomorrows (Rose Harbor #5) by Debbie Macomber Into the Whirlwind (BOSS, Inc. #2) by Kat Martin A Dog's Purpose (A Dog's Purpose, #1) by W. Bruce Cameron . Wait for Me (The Montgomery Brothers, #1) by Samantha Chase Trust in Me (The Montgomery Brothers, #2) by Samantha Chase A Cat Was Involved (Chet and Bernie Mystery 0.1) by Spencer Quinn The Chance by Karen Kingsbury Into the Firestorm (BOSS, Inc., #3) by Kat Martin Still Life (Chesapeake Valor #2) by Dani Pettrey Going Twice (Forces of Nature, #2) by Sharon Sala The Beach Quilt by Holly Chamberlin Going Once (Forces of Nature, #1) by Sharon Sala The McCaffertys Thorne (The McCaffertys, #1) by Lisa Jackson Return to You (The Montgomery Brothers, #4) by Samantha Chase Reading Up a Storm (Lighthouse Library Mystery #3) by Eva Gates 113 Minutes by James Patterson Scents and Sensibility (A Chet and Bernie Mystery #8) by Spencer Quinn


message 21: by Holli (last edited Feb 06, 2017 02:20AM) (new)

Holli | 333 comments Hooray for Technology! E-Reader Challenge
Duration: February 1st to February 28th, 2017
Level: Hard


Spell out the e-reader of the month: Tesco Hudl using Title, Author Name First Letter (Either first or last name, No Middle Names!), or Series Name First Letter

Tesco Hudl
T:
E:
S:
C: Craig A. Hart, The Writer's Tune-up Manual: 35 Exercises That Will Scrape the Rust Off Your Writing 2/1/17
O:

H:
U:
D:
I: Irvine, Alex, Phase One: Iron Man - 2/6/17


Kay (Brigidsmomma) Compton (brigidsmomma) | 565 comments Heck, even with just doing the bare minimum of finishing all the books in the series and by the author I chose as well as the e-reader of the month, I'll already be over my limit minimum for this month! AND I'M ALREADY AT THE OMG!!! LEVEL!!!!


message 23: by ⚜️Trea, Operations Manager (new)

⚜️Trea (duskrider3740) | 4390 comments Mod
Kay (Brigidsmomma) wrote: "Heck, even with just doing the bare minimum of finishing all the books in the series and by the author I chose as well as the e-reader of the month, I'll already be over my limit minimum for this m..."

LOL, I'll likely be at the same point!


Kay (Brigidsmomma) Compton (brigidsmomma) | 565 comments Trea wrote: "LOL, I'll likely be at the same point!
"


Yeah, now all I have to do is remember which books I'm SUPPOSED to read... with my sieve of a memory (memory what?)


message 25: by ⚜️Trea, Operations Manager (new)

⚜️Trea (duskrider3740) | 4390 comments Mod
Kay (Brigidsmomma) wrote: "Trea wrote: "LOL, I'll likely be at the same point!
"

Yeah, now all I have to do is remember which books I'm SUPPOSED to read... with my sieve of a memory (memory what?)"


I have to keep 2-3 lists every month to keep me on track!


Kay (Brigidsmomma) Compton (brigidsmomma) | 565 comments ...And this morning I left my Kindle at church (have my Scriptures on there as well - sure is easier than carrying a bible and all the other stuff - along with my oxygen, etc.)... hmmmm reading might not get done so easily this week! Of course, as soon as I typed this, Brother Lee brought me my Kindle so now all is good again!


message 27: by ⚜️Trea, Operations Manager (new)

⚜️Trea (duskrider3740) | 4390 comments Mod
Kay (Brigidsmomma) wrote: "...And this morning I left my Kindle at church (have my Scriptures on there as well - sure is easier than carrying a bible and all the other stuff - along with my oxygen, etc.)... hmmmm reading mig..."

Aww, that was so sweet of him! Glad you got your Kindle back!


Kay (Brigidsmomma) Compton (brigidsmomma) | 565 comments How do you all feel about ebooks that supposedly have extra goodies in them only to find out that the "extras" are available thru an online link? I tend to read my ebooks offline because I have limited internet, and then to discover that the recipes or other goodies the book supposedly contains are available via link kind of ruins it for me. I may still like the story, but the false advertising tends to mar the experience for me. Anyone else have a comment?


message 29: by ⚜️Trea, Operations Manager (new)

⚜️Trea (duskrider3740) | 4390 comments Mod
Kay (Brigidsmomma) wrote: "How do you all feel about ebooks that supposedly have extra goodies in them only to find out that the "extras" are available thru an online link? I tend to read my ebooks offline because I have lim..."

I wind up tending to ignore the goodies when that happens, to the point of not bothering to look up the goodies, EVER!

What I hate is when you buy a book, thinking that the book takes most of the XXX pages it's listed as having, only to have the actual story consume roughly 50% of the book, and the rest of the book is nothing but 1-2 chapter samples of the author's other works! Makes me feel cheated out of my book funds!


Kay (Brigidsmomma) Compton (brigidsmomma) | 565 comments Trea wrote: "What I hate is when you buy a book, thinking that the book takes most of the XXX pages it's listed as having, only to have the actual story consume roughly 50% of the book, and the rest of the book is nothing but 1-2 chapter samples of the author's other works! Makes me feel cheated out of my book funds! "

I know, right? and then there are the authors who insist on including their how-to-whatever crap in every book of the same series... almost set me off one author, but I complained and complained and complained and now she doesn't do that anymore. The books are so much more enjoyable without the crap.

There are a couple of series however, that do have worthwhile recipes at the end of the books. One is the Charlotte Denver series by Sherri Bryan. Book two of the series has an excellent recipe for an asparagus and mushroom risotto that I now fix a LOT (well, my aides do). I've adjusted it to make it my own... I use a seafood stock and add shrimp most of the time. Very delish. There are a few others in there I want to try as well... some others have good recipes too. I almost want a cookbook by some of these authors!


message 31: by ⚜️Trea, Operations Manager (new)

⚜️Trea (duskrider3740) | 4390 comments Mod
Kay (Brigidsmomma) wrote: "Trea wrote: "What I hate is when you buy a book, thinking that the book takes most of the XXX pages it's listed as having, only to have the actual story consume roughly 50% of the book, and the res..."

Joanne Fluke was another one that had recipes in every one of her books...I'm not a baker, so never did any of them, but they sounded good!


message 32: by Elizabeth (new)

Elizabeth | 481 comments Just up date my post , some.of my ebooks where ARCs that I got from NetGalley as Kindle Doc.


message 33: by ⚜️Trea, Operations Manager (new)

⚜️Trea (duskrider3740) | 4390 comments Mod
Elizabeth wrote: "Just up date my post , some.of my ebooks where ARCs that I got from NetGalley as Kindle Doc."

ARCs are totally fine, Elizabeth! Grats on Finishing!


message 34: by Elizabeth (new)

Elizabeth | 481 comments Trea wrote: "Elizabeth wrote: "Just up date my post , some.of my ebooks where ARCs that I got from NetGalley as Kindle Doc."

ARCs are totally fine, Elizabeth! Grats on Finishing!"

Thinks so much, I'm actually liking this challenge , it helping me read at lest some of my Kindle books
Which I have a ton of and I do mean a tone


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