Tag Archives: Sophie’s Run

Celebrating 555 Facebook LIKES: GIVEAWAY

Woohooo! Yesterday, I reached my target of gaining 555 Facebook Likes.
I am so chuffed! Thank you all for your support and for pressing that LIKE button. And if you haven’t already… what are you waiting for?

PARTY TIME!

I’d like to say a BIG Thank You to everyone for their support and enthusiasm.
So here’s the giveaway!!

By entering via the RAFFLECOPTER link below, you could win ONE of the following:

1 Sophie's Run mug (reverse side is blank)

1 Sophie’s Run mug (reverse side is blank)

OR

1 Sophie's Run Keyring (reverse is blank)

1 Sophie’s Run Keyring (reverse is blank)

OR

SWAG PACK: 2 Sophie's Run bookmarks; 2 Sophie's Turn bookmarks; 2 Sophie's Run postcards (1 signed); 2 Sophie's Turn postcards (1 signed)

SWAG PACK: 2 Sophie’s Run bookmarks; 2 Sophie’s Turn bookmarks; 2 Sophie’s Run postcards (1 signed); 2 Sophie’s Turn postcards (1 signed)

OR

1 ecopy of Sophie's Run

1 ecopy of Sophie’s Run

I’m so excited to offer this celebratory and gratitude giveaway!
Come on over and enter ~ just click right here:
a Rafflecopter giveaway

GIVEAWAY CLOSES 11 JUNE AT MIDNIGHT BST.
The small print! Entrants must be aged 18 or over. Giveaway is open internationally. Winners will be drawn via Rafflecopter. The ebook and Swag Pack prize will be available for shipping/delivery instantly upon giveaway closure; shipment of mug and keyring will occur within approximately one week after giveaway closure.

Good luck, and thanks again for the lurve~it means the world to me!

Grand Opening of the BookStop Cafe Lincoln ~ 4th May 2013

Huge congratulations to Joff Gainey and Becky Lindley on fulfilling a
life- long dream!

This past Saturday, 4th May 2013, they opened the BookStop Cafe Lincoln. The idea is brilliant: a book shop that supports independent and local authors where you can sit and drink a fabulous cup of coffee and have some cake. Or, to stand the idea on its head: a coffee shop where you can sit leisurely and drink a fabulous cup of coffee… whilst also perusing, and purchasing if you so wish, some of today’s best fiction as brought to you by the local and independent authors that Joff stocks. AWESOME!

It was my great pleasure to be present for the Grand Opening and here are some photos for you to share in the excitement.

Cut, cut, cut that ribbon, Joff and Becky!

Cut, cut, cut that ribbon, Joff and Becky!

Done! The BookStop Cafe is open. And the sun's come out and the bells are ringing. Amazing!

Done! The BookStop Cafe is open. And the sun’s come out and the bells are ringing. Amazing!

We are all terribly excited about this! With Lizzie Lamb and June Kearns

We are all terribly excited about this! With Lizzie Lamb and June Kearns

Proud coffee shop owner Joff and local author~Me!

Proud coffee shop owner Joff and local author~Me!

TWO proud owners ~ Joff and Becky. Photo courtesy of Lizzie Lamb with thanks.

TWO proud owners ~ Joff and Becky. Photo courtesy of Lizzie Lamb, with thanks.

Cakes. Did I mention you can get fabulous cake here? Photo courtesy of Lizzie Lamb, with thanks.

Cakes. Did I mention you can get fabulous cake here? Photo courtesy of Lizzie Lamb, with thanks.

Woohoo! I am ON THE SHELF!

Woohoo! I am ON THE SHELF!

The BookStop Cafe is doing its magic! And I'm doing a quick signing. :-)

The BookStop Cafe is doing its magic! And I’m doing a quick signing. 🙂

Happy BookStop Cafe customers! They had cake, they found a book, they got it signed... Everybody's smiling. What a result!

Happy BookStop Cafe customers! They had cake, they found a book, they got it signed… Everybody’s smiling. What a result!

Huge congratulations again to Joff and Becky and wishing you every success. Rock on!

Find the BookStop Cafe here:

47b Steep Hill, Lincoln

Or, if you can’t get there, find it on TWITTER. Or visit Joff’s WEBSITE.

SEE YOU THERE SOMETIME!

Your chance to win an Amazon gift voucher ~ ENDS 1 May!

Good morning, afternoon or, indeed, evening! 🙂

The Sophie’s Run blog tour has come to an end, and what a blast I had. The location and food features were fabulously well received, and there were some fantastic interviews and assorted guest posts as well. You told me you loved it!
Of course, the tour was accompanied by a number of giveaways.
Here’s the good news! As promised on launch day for Sophie’s Run, the
BONUS GIVEAWAY is still open, but only until 1 May!

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Enter now for your chance to win a $20/£15 Amazon Gift Voucher!

Here’s a reminder about how to enter. It’s really simple!

Email me your thoughts on Sophie’s Run.
Did it make you laugh? Cry? Turn the pages one after the other? Did it make you want to throw your Kindle at the wall? Did it make you want to pack your suitcase and go travelling?  Did it leave you with a happy smile?
I would love to hear your reaction! 🙂

So. To be entered into the draw for the gift voucher, email your thoughts on Sophie’s Run to me at
nickywells@sapphirestarpublishing.com

OR:
Email me the link to a review for Sophie’s Run that you posted to AMAZON and you will also be entered into the draw!

The Bonus Giveaway closes Wednesday, 1 May, at 12 midnight BST.

Entries will be numbered in the order they arrive.
The winner will be determined by using random.org.

GOOD LUCK!

🙂

Win, win, win a Paperback of Sophie’s Run ~ Goodreads giveaway for US and UK readers!

Just a really quick announcement to let you know that you can grab a chance to win a PAPERBACK of Sophie’s Run on Goodreads if you live in the UK or the US right now… right here, today! For logistical reasons, there are TWO SEPARATE giveaways listed, one for UK readers and one for US readers. Be sure to click the right one for your region or you might run into trouble with registering postcodes/zip codes. Here go the links; UK first, US below!

UK GIVEAWAY…

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Sophie's Run by Nicky Wells

Sophie’s Run

by Nicky Wells

Giveaway ends May 12, 2013.

See the giveaway details

at Goodreads.

Enter to win
…AND US GIVEAWAY!

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Sophie's Run by Nicky Wells

Sophie’s Run

by Nicky Wells

Giveaway ends May 12, 2013.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

Enter to win

I am really excited about this! 🙂 Go win!
GOOD LUCK AND ROCK ON!!

The REAL highlights of my VIRTUAL book launch

OIt’s just over a week since the launch of Sophie’s Run and I’ve had a little time to catch my breath. It has occurred to me that I enjoyed this second book launch a lot more than my first. Don’t misunderstand me, there was nothing wrong with the launch for Sophie’s Turn, a great time was had by all, the consensus was that it was a rocking party, but. There are a few things I did differently for Sophie’s Run, and they made a huge difference for me.

Making fireworks without seeing the sparkle?

Many authors these days celebrate their book launches online. We use Facebook and Twitter and Goodreads to host our parties, and we have a great time doing so. More importantly, this avenue has the potential to reach thousands of people all over the world.

However, for the author, the event can be a little surreal. There’s so much going on; the Tweets and Facebook comments come flying, you’re glued to the computer for the entire day, barely daring to leave your desk for a toilet break, let alone food. And that’s exhausting. It can feel like you’re creating massive fireworks that you can’t actually see yourself.

The very REAL highlights of my second book launch

So what did I do differently for Sophie’s Run?

I’ve been giving this some thought because the additional things I did weren’t the result of a deliberate strategy. Rather, they were the confluence of all the observation and learning and experience that came to me in the six months between the launches. And here are my three topline thoughts.

A Preview Party

Siren Launch PartySome time in October, I became involved with Siren FM, Lincoln’s first community radio station. Courtesy to the enthusiastic support of the host of the midweek drive show, Alex Lewczuk, I took part in several editions of the show as well as the ‘end of the world’ Mayathon in December. Somewhere along the way, the idea was born that we could celebrate the launch of Sophie’s Run live on air, on the eve of publication. We invited some special guests, we publicized the event ahead of time, and we had a go. It was a new format for the station as well as for me, and we had great fun. To me, that kick-started the launch day proceedings with real fireworks that I could see, feel and–thanks to the podcasts–can still hear today.

A Book Signing

Next, I had this idea of inviting readers to a very short ‘quick-fire’ book signing event at my local library on the actual morning of my launch day. I can tell you, when I had to leave my Facebook party, I frankly thought I was mad. I reassured myself that I would be back within the hour to resume my social media partying.

Launch Library SignIt turned out I was wrong on the timeframe and the madness factor. The event was a huge success, and here’s why. As I had set a half-hour time limit, most people turned up at 10 a.m. on the dot. We had coffee and tea and biscuits, and we chatted. Questions were being asked and before I knew it, there was an animated discussion about what it’s like to be a writer, how writing fits in with being a mum, and more. They asked for a reading; I hadn’t prepared one, but I gave one anyway. Most of my audience bought and walked away with a signed copy of Sophie’s Run. That felt really good. That was real. I had officially launched this book into the world. And ok, it took a little longer than half an hour, but it was worth it!

Chatting with readers all over the world

SWAGLast but not least, I took a slightly different approach to my Facebook party. I asked questions. I had some SWAG to give away, and I ran a few little spot-competitions. I got some fantastic discussion strings going, the most popular being my choice of Chinese takeaway for dinner. And when the fun was over, I got to sit down and write to the readers who won prizes. That, too, was real. In fact, that was absolutely amazingly fantastic.

Writing Readers

So ~ three real things, quick, short activities that made a tremendous difference to how real my virtual book launch felt. If I may be permitted a soppy moment, I’d like to say that I allowed myself to see my own fireworks, and I enjoyed them!

Was it the perfect book launch? Of course not. There are always things you can do different, things you learn, things you need to change.

How will I approach the book launch for Sophie’s Encore in September, you ask? Will I have another radio party? Frankly, I haven’t got a clue right now. I’m letting this come to me and I’ll see what feels right nearer the time. But I’ll be certain to include things that make the launch ‘real’ for me, and for my readers.

What do you think? Can you see this working for you? How do you make your fireworks sparkle for you?

Launch day for Sophie’s Run!

7 February.
On this day in 2012, I had submitted my first novel, Sophie’s Turn, to Sapphire Star Publishing a few weeks previously. I was waiting with bated breath to hear back, having shared this latest submission with only my closest three friends and, of course, my husband. I was trying to keep a lid on it.

OSo imagine how excited I am today, less than a year that I signed with my publisher, to shout about the release of my second book, Sophie’s Run.

This might be a good time to put a finger in your ears.
LOL!

About Sophie’s Run

Glamour, glitz, intrigue, romance, weddings, betrayal, travel, rock music, food, a fire, an exploding cake, a gorgeous rock star, a zany best friend and a dashing male nurse.

Sophies_Run.inddGirl next door gets incredibly distraught in her quest for true love ~ Sophie‘s story.

Rock star suffers unrequited love ~ Dan‘s story.

Best friend loses her way, big time ~ Rachel‘s story.

Boy next door can’t believe his luck ~ Steve‘s story.

Intrigued? Here’s the blurb:

Her famous star remains her rock while life takes her on a little detour…

So she has finally found the man of her dreams; well, she’s seen him, for sure!  Yet rock star and ex-fiancé, Dan, keeps getting in the way of her new romance—even if he is just trying to be helpful. A fire, an impromptu mini-trip with Dan, and a dreaded wedding later, Sophie is still struggling to meet the love of her life. Then, just as she is getting it together with her perfect man, best friend Rachel commits an act of unspeakable betrayal. Sophie has had enough. Surprising herself and shocking her friends, she embarks on a secret journey and eventually gets her life back on track.

Sophie’s Run is now available in Kindle edition from Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk, and in Paperback edition from Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk. You can also get the paperback at Barnes & Noble, or download Sophie’s Run onto your Nook (coming soon).

Stop Press! To celebrate the launch of Sophie’s Run, you can get your Kindle copy of Sophie’s Turn for a special promotional price of $.099/£0.77 for TODAY (7 February 2013) ONLY. If you haven’t got it already ~ here’s your promo chance!!

The Preview Party

YesSR_Siren_badgeterday, I had the tremendous pleasure of hosting a Preview Launch Party for Sophie’s Run over on Siren 107.3 FM. Chief host and producer was, of course, the one and only Alex Lewczuk, who very kindly dedicated the midweek drive show to this launch. We had some illustrious guests phoning in and here are the highlights:

THE_HUSH_at_El_Rey_Theater_Los_Angeles_2010THE HUSH ROCK BAND
Lead singer Jazmine Giovanni and guitarist Lee Landrum phoned in from United States to chat about writing, making and performing rock music and shared some rock star moments with us.

Reviewer Kim Nash plus Amy Lichtenhan and Katie Henson of Sapphire Star Publishing

Kim & BooksReviewer, book lover and ace book blogger, Kim Nash, shared her thoughts on Sophie’s Run… find out who she sees as Dan in ‘Sophie’s Run, the movie.’

main_logoAmy Lichtenhan and Katie Henson of Sapphire Star Publishing chat about signing the Rock Star Romance Trilogy and the appeal of my books. This is the part where I blush!

We had a fabulous time in studio!

Talking to my phone-in VIPs!

Talking to my phone-in VIPs!

And this is only the beginning! I’ll try to bring you a soundclip for our fabulous chat with iconic rock photographer, Nick Elliott, as soon as possible. Meanwhile, you can already listen to the podcast for the Sophie’s Run Special MidWeek Drive featuring  Nick as well as a couple of readings from Sophie’s Run and a chat with Cameron Tilbury here: http://southsidebroadcasting.podbean.com/2013/02/06/the-midweek-drive-sophies-run-launch-day-special/

In the studio celebrating with me were:

~Alex Lewczuk
~Ed Wellman
~Katie Grimason
~Shelley Paulson

Katie Grimason, Shelley Paulson, and Ed Wellman, dream team!

Katie Grimason, Shelley Paulson, and Ed Wellman, dream team!

Sophie's Run on air give-away, competently adminstered and adjudicated by ED WELLMAN. Draw effected by Shelley Paulson and Katie Grimason and the winner is.... SHERYL BROWNE! Congratulations!

Sophie’s Run on air give-away, competently administered and adjudicated by ED WELLMAN. Draw effected by Shelley Paulson and Katie Grimason and the winner is…. SHERYL BROWNE! Congratulations!

Alex, Nicky, Ed and Katie: CHEERS!

Alex, Nicky, Ed and Katie: CHEERS!

The Party goes on ~ Join in and grab a giveaway!

I am celebrating all day over on Facebook! Pop on over and share your music, your rock stories, and your favourite bits of Sophie’s Turn or Sophie’s Run. I’d love to see you there!

Speaking of sharing, I am offering a giveaway! A double giveaway!

First of all, because I love chocolate almost as much as I love rock music, I am giving away one delicious chocolate gift to a lucky winner in the UK or North America!

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You can enter here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

 The small print: This Gift prize is a product of Unique Chocolate. The Gift prize is subject to availability in your country. If the Gift prize is not available in your country, Nicky Wells reserves the right to offer a substitute gift prize of a similar nature at her discretion. Nicky Wells will require the winner’s postal address for shipping purposes.

BONUS GIVEAWAY!

I am offering a giveaway of one Amazon gift voucher worth $20/£15 for one lucky winner. To enter, simply share your thoughts on Sophie’s Run with me. Email your comment to nickywells@sapphirestarpublishing.com and your name will be entered into the draw. Competition closes 1 May 2013. Good luck!

Thank you!

Thank you very much for your support over the past months and your enthusiasm for this launch. My job wouldn’t be worth doing if it weren’t for you, my readers, and I appreciate your every tweet, your every like, every email, every piece of feedback, every idea you share. Rock on!

A big thank you also goes to the following people for all their support: my husband and my family, Amy and Katie at Sapphire Star Publishing; Alex Lewzcuk and the team at Siren 107.3 FM; Linn B Halton; everyone at loveahappyending.com; my writing buddy, Sue Fortin; THE HUSH BAND; Nick Elliott; Kim Nash; Sharon Goodwin; Nova Reylin; Tobi Helton; Kate Verrier; Evelyn Chong; Katie Mettner. You guys are my rock stars and I couldn’t do this without you. Mwah!

A Shared Book Birthday: Give It Up for Elizabeth Arroyo!!

TheSecondSign_350elizabetharroyoMy Sapphire Star Publishing sister, the talented Elizabeth Arroyo, is also celebrating today as she releases her first novel, The Second Sign.

Hop on over to Elizabeth’s website or Facebook party to say hello and take part in the festivities!

Congrats, Elizabeth, I hope you have a rocking first Book Birthday! XX

Let’s party….

Come on Tour with Sophie and Dan! ~ Sophie’s Run Blog Tour

Can it really be time for another blog tour already? My second masterpiece, Sophie’s Run, launches next week on 7 February, and I have the blog tour all sorted out. Well, you know me. I’m organized like that. And I like to party!

As before, I am going to stop at lots of blogs; nearly sixty, in fact. The tour includes many of my blogger friends old and new, and a fabulous cast of book bloggers from  Reading Addiction Blog Tours, kindly organized for me by my lovely publisher, Sapphire Star Publishing. There is a tremendous diversity here and I am truly excited to embark on this journey… and to take you with me.

Blog Tour with a Difference

Speaking of: this blog tour really is a journey in more ways than one, and this makes it quite different from my previous tours. In addition to the traditional-style fun interviews and interesting guest posts, there is also a theme that connects many of the features.

Sophie and Dan would like to take you on a tour of geographic and culinary discovery, showing you many of the places they have visited and sharing recipes for their favourite meals. Are you ready to go on tour with my hero and heroine?

Photo Credits: See Below

Photo Credits: See Below

But first things first: Thank You!

As always, I want to give due credit and say Thank You to all these amazing bloggers and fellow authors who are giving up their time and making space on their blogs to help me shout about Sophie’s Run. There are some new faces in the roll call, and I am so thrilled to have met you and enticed you onto this journey. And there are plenty of familiar faces who haven’t tired of undertaking my publication journey with me, coming along for a second and, in some cases, even a third time. I hope you know how much your support means to me. Whether new friend or long-standing best mate, I couldn’t do this without you. Thank You.

Sophie’s Run Launch Tour 2013
Come On Tour with Sophie and Dan!

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Stops and features are subject to change. Links may not function until the date a post is scheduled. *Asterisked stops have been scheduled by Reading Addiction Blog Tours on behalf of Sapphire Star Publishing: Thank You!
 

07 February 2013  Romance that Rocks Your World  Launch Party, Rock Star Style

07 February 2013  AL Jackson  Someday! Launching Sophie’s Run

07 February 2013  Loveahappyending.com  Same procedure as last time, Miss Sophie?

07 February 2013  The Romaniacs  Necessity is the mother of invention

07 February 2013  We Do Write  Interview

*07 February 2013  Reading Addiction Blog Tours  Meet and Greet

08 February 2013  Bookreview by Rea  Berlin

*09 February 2013  Andi’s Book Reviews  Review/Interview

10 February 2013  Jera’s Jamboree  Paris and Review

11 February 2013  Dizzy C’s Little Book Blog  Lazy Surf’n’Turf and Review

*11 February  2013  Beth Art From the Heart  Review

*12 February 2013  The Boyfriend Bookmark blog  Review

13 February 2013  Eve’s Chick Lit Reviews  Seaside

*13 February 2013  What’s On the Bookshelf?  Review/Guest Post

15 February 2013  Love Reading Love Books  Hamburg

17 February 2013  Forget the Housework  Rock Star Lobster Ravioli

*18 February 2013 Author Ever Leigh  Review

*19 February 2013  Stephanie Keyes  Lobster

*19 February 2013  The Adventures Within  Review/Guest Post

20 February 2013 The View Outside Drunken Prawn Pasta

*20 February 2013  My Reading Addiction Review

22 February 2013  The Book Chick  London

*22 February 2013 Queen of All She Reads  Review/Guest Post

*23 February 2013 Cocktails and Books  Review and Guest Post

24 February 2013  Me My Books and I  Rock Star Scallops and Pancetta

*24 February 2013  Dee’s Book Blog  Giveaway

25 February 2013  Mandy Baggot  New York

*26 February 2013  Me and Reading  Review/Guest Post

*27 February 2013  Kaisy Daisy’s Corner  Review

01 March 2013  Patricia Sands  Highlands

*01 March 2013  Cozie Corner  Review

*02 March 2013  Jersey Girl Book Reviews  Review/Interview

03 March 2013  Jo Lambert – Writer  Tea and Talk at Sally Lunns

*03 March 2013  Let’s Get Booked  Review/Guest Post

04 March 2013  Kim The Bookworm  Come into my kitchen…

*04 March 2013  Solitary Bookworm  Book Highlight

*05 March 2013  Muse Unleashed  Review

*07 March 2013 Reading Addiction Blogtours Review Wrap Up
(psst: average rating of 4.7!!!!!)

08 March 2013  Today I’m Reading  Newquay

09 March 2013  Words from Anneli  Paella

18 March 2013  Fascinating Books  Langeoog

22 March 2013  Celtic Connexions  Edinburgh

24 March 2013  Janice Horton  Author showcase and give-away

25 March 2013  Chick Lit Central  Review and give-away

26 March 2013  Sheryl Browne  Munich

28 March 2013  My Life. One Story at a Time.  Brussels

31 March 2013  Chick Lit and Wine  Mussels

01 April 2013  Bonnie Trachtenberg  Stockholm

04 April 2013  Jen Tucker  Pizza

05 April 2013  Books 4U  Tooting (London)

08 April 2013  Chick Lit Plus  Cheesy Fondue and Review

10 April 2013  Amy Gregory  Lasagna

12 April 2013  My Seryniti  Canada

14 April 2013  Hello, You  Dan’s Take on Travelling

15 April 2013  Chick Lit Club Connect (blog)  When (my) life imitates (my) art: confessions of the eternal rock chick

17 April 2013  Brook Cottage Books  Grünkohl mit Pinkel (sort of)  and review

19 April 2013  Jennifer M Eaton  Nicky meets The Little Blue Lady from Mars

What do you say? Are you coming?

You’ll get to see a lot of places
and you certainly won’t be bored, or hungry.

And lest I forget: Most stops will offer a GIVEAWAY as well, so it’s well worth stopping by.

Rock on! 🙂

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Photo Credits
Food photos are my own. All others as attributed:
(1) By Vwpolonia75 (Jens K. Müller, Hamburg) (Own work) [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC-BY-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons
(2) By Lee Kindness [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html), CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/) or CC-BY-2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons
(3) By Daniel Schwen (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons
(4) By Stefan Krude (Stefan_Krude) (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
(5) By User:Huebi (Own work) [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html), CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/) or CC-BY-2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons
(6) Source: By Joseph Plotz (Own work) [CC-BY-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons
(7) By Rnt20 at en.wikipedia. Later version(s) were uploaded by Ian Dunster at en.wikipedia. (Transferred from en.wikipedia) [Public domain], from Wikimedia Commons
(8) By Derek Harper [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons
(9) By Benh LIEU SONG (Own work) [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons
(10) By Taken by Shmuel Spiegelman using a Canon 10D. (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-1.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/1.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons
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