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Liverpool: A landscape history – book signings

Things have been a little quiet since the book came out a couple of weeks ago, but the ‘big push’ is upon us, as I will be popping into some local Waterstones shops to sign copies!

For those of you who haven’t got your hands on a copy yet (there must only be a couple now!) then a great opportunity is coming up. This coming weekend I will be in four branches of Waterstones book shops to sign copies of Liverpool: a landscape history. The dates and times are as follows:

Saturday 3rd Aug

12pm at Birkenhead (click for location)

3pm at Ormskirk (click for location)

Sunday 4th Aug

12pm at Southport (click for location)

3pm at Liverpool One (click for location)

So please do pop along and say hi (even you’re just passing!), ask questions, point out spelling mistakes and regale me with tales and photos of old Liverpool. I’ll be at each shop for an hour, so there’s plenty of time to see me. It’ll be good to meet a few of you in person!

One response to “Liverpool: A landscape history – book signings”

  1. I am looking for a photograph a street called wood Street it was on the site of the present Royal Hospital.It is for my friend who’s father lived there he is know dead.I have found photograph of the bombed house in Grove Street,that my mother lived in just before she had me,dad who was a Norwegian sailor was torpedoed on the American run,mum died not long after,so old photo’s mean a lot to me thank you Maria Cunningham

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