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Coming soon: A is for Angelica, the audiobook

Iain Broome
Iain Broome
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I’m tickled pink to tell you that Oakhill Publishing has bought the UK rights to the audiobook version of A is for Angelica, my debut novel. It’s in production now and will be available in libraries from 15 September 2015. You’ll be able to buy and keep a copy from Audible some time in October 2015.

What with me having a podcast and everything, I’ve always felt like A is for Angelica needed an audiobook version to complete the set. As I work away on novel number two, I’m looking forward to novel number one being out in the wild again, hopefully reaching a whole new audience.

I’ve already been asked a couple of times whether I am narrating the audiobook. Despite being a semi-professional voiceover artist, I’m not an actor. Fortunately, Tim Bruce is and he will be the man behind the microphone. I’ve heard a short sample already and I think it’s going to sound great.

Find out more about the novel on my special A is for Angelica page. If you want to make sure you’re one of the first folks to get the full publication date, sign up to my newsletter.

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