I’m delighted to say that my book, Treasures of Roman Lincolnshire, is now published and available to buy in shops and online. If you would like to buy a copy, I’d of course recommend that if at all possible you buy it from an independent book shop or a heritage organsation / charity bookshop. If you’re away from Lincoln, you can find it on Amazon here.

I wrote a little about the aims of the book in an earlier post, but suffice to say its fantastic and a little surreal to see printed copies starting to circulate and to appear in shops. In my usual anxious way, I’m feeling a mix of satisfaction in seeing it all come to fruitition and nerves now that people can actually read it. Hopefully its well received, the reception is positive, and some people feel they can connect better with our Roman heritage.

I’m delighted to say that I have been invited to do a couple of author talks at local bookshops in Lincoln and Spalding, so please do come along if you’re in the area and would like to hear a little about how the book came about and some of my favourite objects and monuments from Roman Lincolnshire.

The first talk is on 15th November at Lindum Books in Lincoln, the second is on 29th November at Bookmarks in Spalding.