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Since tomorrow is going to be so busy for me, I am pleased to announce that Dan from over at The Man Who Painted Agnieszka's Shoes is going to provide us with our daily writing exercise! Very exciting as I have never had a guest blogger before. Dan is a wonderful writer with an amazing amount of talent, and I can't wait to see what he comes up with. I very highly suggest that you check out his blog. He also wrote Songs from the Other Side of the Wall, an interactive facebook novel which is available for free via smashwords.com.

"18 year-old Szandi is part of Budapest’s vibrant, cosmopolitan art scene, sharing a flat and a bohemian lifestyle with her lover and fellow sculptress, Yang. Then a letter arrives that threatens everything, and forces her to choose once and for all: between the past and the present; between East and West; between her family and her lover."
from smashwords.com

I'm in the progress of reading it, and it's great. It's thought provoking and shocking but beautiful at the same time. Download the book now and read it!! :)

In the end, I am super excited to read his post tomorrow, and I hope you guys are, too! It's going to be great fun.

Peace.
Stef.

P.S. Wish me luck on my recital tomorrow!! :)

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