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Watch me reading from A is for Angelica on YouTube

Iain Broome
Iain Broome
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The easy way to enjoy my novel is to buy a copy, sit down with a good cup of tea and, you know, read the thing. The next best way is to subscribe to my YouTube channel, where I’ve started posting videos of me reading chapters from the book.

I’m doing them in order and adding them to a special A is for Angelica playlist, so you can always come back and keep track of where you are with the story. When I remember, I’ll also come back here and add new chapters to this post below.

A is for Angelica on YouTube

The following chapters are currently available to watch on YouTube. You can receive automatic updates by subscribing to my YouTube channel.

Introduction
Angelica
Benny
Birthdays

Head to my dedicated A is for Angelica page to find out more about the novel.

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