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We at the Wccs love the community that has formed because of the show. We adore the people that engage with us weekly! that is why the community page has now become part of this website. those that support and promote our show can have a place here as a thank you. As well as a mention in our newsletter. So to each and every one of you we say thank you. We mean it. Without your support, this show wouldn't be here right now. It may have faded away months ago. Instead, we are here stronger and have become a fantastic community.
The Goodpods app
Since signing up for and featuring on the goodpods app, the writing community chat show has been a huge supporter. It is a fantastic place to find new podcasts. But its more than that. much like us it is something that is focused on community. if i were to like, comment, rate or share an episode on there then the people following me could see it. It allows interaction, recommendations and you can subscribe to shows on there. You can listen to it all there in one place. It really is worth checking out! Be sure to follow the writing community chat show and cjaggett there!
A Cry in the Moon's Light.
By Alan McGill.
Alan McGill is kindly promoting us via his audio drama podcast
It is the story of A beautiful young woman who must travel through a dark forest to be by the side of her dying grandmother. The setting is the late 1700’s of Eastern Europe. A mysterious wolf stalks her and a deadly wolf pack tries to kill her. It is a time of castles, muskets, werewolves and other hideous creatures of the night.
This is a well-produced and well-read podcast that Alan has decided to make completely free!
Alan wrote and narrated this story and we think it is something that some of you will enjoy. We said before and we stand by our promise that we won't ever promote something that doesnt benefit you. This certainly ticks that box. A show well worth checking out.
If you click the picture above you will be taken to the podcast! If you visit and enjoy it, please leave him a review and mention the wccs!
More to come!
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