Episode 159 Thank you for listening, and goodbye

March 14, 2020 00:05:31
Episode 159 Thank you for listening, and goodbye
The Creative Writer's Toolbelt
Episode 159 Thank you for listening, and goodbye
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Sadly, this is the last episode of the podcast, at least for now. From the end of March I am putting The Creative Writer's Toolbelt on hiatus. Listen to this episode for my explanation of why I am finishing (nothing sinister!) and news about a possible writer's event that I'd like to host at some point in the future somewhere in the UK.

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