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Reflecting on Season 2 and a Glimpse at Season 3

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That's a wrap for season two!
This episode finds Matt and Christina reflecting on the highlights of season two, including favorite episodes and guest interviews. They discuss plans for season three, inviting audience input for future topics and guests. They express enthusiasm for possibly exploring diverse writing-related topics such as the Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Last of Us, Schitt's Creek, and inviting screenwriters to share their insights. The episode concludes with a thank you for listening and an invitation for continued feedback and engagement.
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 Hey, thanks so much for listening to the podcast. We really hope that you're enjoying every bit of it, but we would love to hear your feedback. Drop us an email either to Matt@writeoutloudpod.com or christina@bookmatchmaker.com. We would love to hear your thoughts. What's working, what's not working. And what do you want to hear more of? Thanks so much. We really appreciate it.

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Buy us a coffee to support the show!
That's a wrap for season two!
This episode finds Matt and Christina reflecting on the highlights of season two, including favorite episodes and guest interviews. They discuss plans for season three, inviting audience input for future topics and guests. They express enthusiasm for possibly exploring diverse writing-related topics such as the Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Last of Us, Schitt's Creek, and inviting screenwriters to share their insights. The episode concludes with a thank you for listening and an invitation for continued feedback and engagement.
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 Hey, thanks so much for listening to the podcast. We really hope that you're enjoying every bit of it, but we would love to hear your feedback. Drop us an email either to Matt@writeoutloudpod.com or christina@bookmatchmaker.com. We would love to hear your thoughts. What's working, what's not working. And what do you want to hear more of? Thanks so much. We really appreciate it.

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Find out more at our website.

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