The Merry Writer Podcast: Episode 032 Now Live!

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The Merry Writer Podcast

The Merry Writer started as a hashtag game on Twitter and Instagram. Hosted by Ari Meghlen and myself, The Merry Writer Podcast is a fun, friendly show about all things writing and bookish. Join us as we ask all the “write” questions.

Episode 032: What is the best/worst writing advice you’ve received?

In this week’s episode, Ari and I are joined by our good friend and fellow author, Ian Gough, discussing all things “good” and “bad” writing advice. Be sure to give it a listen through the YouTube video below or any of the links below.

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About Ian Gough

Ian Gough is a UK based author who mainly writes a mixture of fantasy, comedy, horror or a combination of the three, but will happily tackle any story that his imagination conjures up. He took up writing back in 2016 and published the first of his fantasy Core Lands novels, Lotan the Librarian later that year. Since then he’s released two more fantasy novels and had both fantasy and horror short stories published. With so many ideas struggling to break free, he’s planning on releasing more into the wild in 2021 and beyond.

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