Ian Parson on Audiobook

London's River Thames, like the city itself, has strong undercurrents that run far too deep to be safe.
You publish because you want to find people, the right people
Ian Parson, Storyteller, June ’21

You, I, we write because we feel we have something to say. If a writer is really lucky they will be published. A published writer can talk to the world. Only then what happens if nobody likes your work, or buys it or worst of all, gets it?

My last two novels were both published by Next Chapter Publishing, and I couldn’t be happier with them.

They work relentlessly to raise my profile particularly in cyberspace and have now released both ‘The Grind‘ and ‘Make or Break in Marrakesh‘ on Kindle and as Audiobooks.

As a boy I wanted to be a writer. I suppose I wanted to be heard. Later I wanted to be an author, it just seemed such a glamorous life, full of fascinating people.

Plymouth Writer in The Blue Peter pub, Polperro, Cornwall
Ian Parson – Writer, Historian @ Polperro, Cornwall, UK

And If the purpose of long hours spent agonising over thousands of words is to be heard, having a distinguished actor send my words straight into your speaker of choice is more than I ever dreamed possible when cassette players were as cutting edge as technology got and I was still a small boy. Why not take in an Ian Parson Audiobook if you don’t like turning pages Ian Parson June ’21

Novels by Ian Parson are available on Kindle & in book format as well as Audiobook

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