Walks Through Regency London, previously only available direct from me in paperback, is now in a revised edition on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk as well as all the other Amazon sites. Illustrated with original prints of the period.
Ten self-guided walks will take you from Mayfair to Southwark and from prisons to palaces to an operating theatre by way of shops, parks and inns in the company of Jane Austen, Beau Brummell, Nelson and Emma, Wellington, the Prince Regent and many more of the famous and infamous of the ‘Long Regency’.
8 responses to “Walks Through Regency London goes digital”
Fantastic! I have bought it. I loved reading your Jane Austen one, and look forward to this: I read the books for pleasure (and the superb information they contain), miles away from London.
Hope you enjoy it!
I would love to purchase “Walks Through Regency London”. Do you accept Paypal? Annabel
If you would like to email me direct – firstname.lastname@example.org we can sort it out. I do take PayPal but I ned to know which country you are in to work out postage. Thanks for enquiring
So happy it’s available on kindle! I just bought it. I hope I can get to London one day soon and visit these place in reality, not just imagination.
I think I’d like hard copy for pictures and maps that may be included. Is it going to come out on Amazon in that format?
Regan- It is on amazon.com as a paperback. I’m not good with links or I would post one. 🙂 I’m going to order one.
Dear Regan and Angelina – thank you for your interest!
I have written 2 books of Georgian/Regency London walks. This one, Walks Through Jane Austen’s London, was originally self-published (publishers kept telling me there was no interest in that period!) It has 10 walks. The paperback is available from me – email email@example.com – if you are interested & I can quote you for the price plus postage. It has numerous colour illustrations from original prints of the period, but no maps (it is designed to be self-guided using a normal tourist street map.) This is the one I have just posted about – it is now available on Amazon in a digital edition with slightly revised text and 20 illustrations.
I have also written ‘Walking Jane Austen’s London’ published both digitally and as a paperback by Shire Publications. That has 70 colour illustrations (prints & photographs) and maps for 8 walks.
I hope that clears up any confusion.