Are you stuck at home with nothing to do? Are you looking for an escape? Do you fancy a bit of armchair travel… to Paris?
If you answered yes to these questions, and feel like 7.5 hours of an entertaining audiobook could scratch that itch, then I’ve got some good news for you. Yes, the audiobook for me new memoir Paris On Air…
Let me just interrupt myself for a second, this isn’t an audiobook at all. This is more of an audio experience. Or some have called it an audio performance.
You see, the audio features the voices of about 20 people, original music, and plenty of sound effects. And it’s me narrating it, of course. I’m a podcaster after all, if there’s one thing I can probably do it’s make an audio book 😉
And that’s exactly what I’ve done! It’s finally finished and available!
You can scroll down and just buy it straight away, of course, but if you need a bit of convincing, here’s the first hour for free. There are eight more chapters where this came from. Enjoy.
Now that you know what you’re getting into, here’s the info to get the rest. There are three easy ways to access the full audio.
How to get a copy of the audiobook
1) The easiest is to buy it for €20 on this link here (also on the third icon below). When you purchase it, I’ll send you the top secret password and you’re away!
2) You get it as a welcome gift automatically when you sign up as an Earful Tower member. It’s currently the top post. Membership costs $10 a month, you can unsubscribe whenever you like, and you get hundreds of other bonuses the moment you sign up. Sign up on Patreon here.
3) Get the audiobook in a combo with a paperback copy of the book for just €30 (international postage included – to anywhere in the world). Link here (or click on the first icon below). Note: The book is in its second printing and should be ready for August.
That’s it! Believe me, I gave this audio experience everything I had and I am sure you’ll enjoy it! What are you waiting for!
PS: I realize there may be some new followers around here. If you want to know more about the Paris On Air book, why not check out some of the reviews on the Good Reads page here. Or scroll down to read some more kind words about me and the podcast.
Praise for the author
“Oliver Gee has the talent of finding love and humour in Paris’s smallest details. He definitely is one of our greatest Parisian voices.” – Caroline de Maigret, author of How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are.
“Oliver Gee is very engaging, and presents a different side of Paris, from his personal perspective, with panache, and wit.” – David Lebovitz, author of My Paris Kitchen and Drinking French.
“It’s not hard to imagine being transported to Paris while listening,” The New York Times in ranking the world’s “most transportive” podcasts.
“The Crocodile Dundee of Paris.” – John Baxter, author of The Most Beautiful Walk in The World and A Year in Paris.
“A fresh, entertaining voice and the best on the Paris scene.” – Cara Black, author of the Aimée Leduc mystery novels.
“Oliver’s enthusiasm is contagious, his energy apparently inexhaustible.” – David Downie, author of Paris, Paris: Journey into the City of Light and Paris to the Pyrénées.