Hello and welcome.

I remember, as a child, stories of adventure and mystery.  There would be fantastic characters and places of incredible wonder.  I would be whisked off into a world of imagination as I visualised everything my parents described to me.  I would be tucked into bed, not the slightest bit sleepy, looking at my amazing parents with awe.  They would switch on my nightlight, which had a soft, warm orange glow.  They would then recount to me mystical, magical and fanciful adventures that came cascading out of their own vivid and vibrant imaginations.   The gentle orange glow of my nightlight serving almost as the warm, flickering orange of a woodland fire; a place for story telling.

Sometimes, we would sit and read books together, once I was tucked into bed at night, with my dog at the foot of my bed.  His name was Rebel.  He was a beautiful black Alsatian.  He loved this ritual, too, and I am sure he was just as eager to hear what my mum and dad would present.  It was never a dull narrative.  My parents would put on the voices and act out the facial expressions of the many richly described characters that peopled their stories.  The boy that I was, with Rebel alongside me, would be mesmerised.

Today, I am in my late forties. Alongside being a writer, I am also a psychotherapist and clinical supervisor.  I live in the beautiful county of Suffolk, in England, within a centuries-old cottage.  I am blessed to have a husband of more than two decades and we now have two very cheeky little dogs.  I have Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease but I remain very active both as a writer and in my psychotherapy career.  I have written throughout my life and I achieved a Diploma in Creative Writing in 2019.

There is an art to writing but, most of all, writing is about the need to write being akin to the need to breathe.  Within this site, you will be able to read my free articles.  Please support my effort to continue offering free articles, by making an occasional donation, at the following link:  Donate.  All donations will help fund me to continue using my time to write articles that I do not charge a fee for.

I have also written a number of works that you will find detailed in the page of this site entitled ‘Dean’s Publications.’  Some of those items can be purchased directly from this site, while other can be purchased from Amazon and/or Amazon Kindle; depending on whether they are digital or paperback.

Do please check out my Author Page on Amazon and if you are interested in following me on social media, you will find me at the following:

Facebook Writer Page
Facebook Therapy Page
Twitter: @DeanParsonsUK
Instagram: deangparsonswriter

Thank you for your interest and support.

Dean G. Parsons.



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