Everybody who attended last Wednesday's Wyre Archaeology meeting will already know (probably...I wasn't paying that much attention myself) that the excavation reports for 2008 are now available in book format. (Don't forget to bring your dosh with you to the next meeting if you want to order a copy.) These books, incidentally, won't be available in the shops. They're 'Wyre Archaeology' and 'Internet' specific...because the shops wouldn't have 'em.
So, everyone should be ecstatic to learn that I've finished sorting out all the other excavation reports...the ones from Bourne Hill...three years worth of 'em. I've slapped 'em together in one big meaty volume, which is now also available to order at the next meeting.
Yes...I know I'm in the garden, in the rain, pretending to be David Attenborough. I had no choice. It's a dark afternoon and there wasn't enough battery power left in the flash to take the photograph indoors.
If you want, you can also purchase both books on-line (although, I ought to add, they'll be considerably cheaper if you just give me the money first) at: http://www.lulu.com/content/5750537 and http://www.lulu.com/content/5533708
And just in case you suspect I might be trying to rip you off by selling you the same book twice, the original one does have a slightly different cover. It's got red lettering for a start, whereas this one's got blue. It's similar to the first, because these are, of course, valuable collector's items and will eventually belong to an instantly recognisable and obviously priceless set. Here's the new cover anyhow. The old one's still knocking about somewhere in a previous article on this board if you want to hunt it down.
Perhaps I should point out that the insides of the books are different as well, but I'm assuming that you have an IQ marginally higher than that of the average bumble bee and have already realised that.
Right...normal service (such as it is) will be resumed tomorrow.