In this book photographer and writer, Roger Lane goes in search of the Goddess ‘Sequana’ and the source of France's main river the Seine. Commencing his journey in the Franche-Comté region in eastern France he firsts visits the town of Ornans described as the Venice of Franche Comté where the river Loue flows straight through this attractive old town. Continuing his journey, and inspired by the book ‘Coming Down the Seine’ by Robert Gibbings, Roger Lane transports the reader to the source of the Seine, following the young river through attractive rural villages and finally to Paris where the photographer captures an autumnal Paris scene.
It is with regret that I have decided to remove my self-published books through BLURB.
Unfortunately BLURB have increased material and printing costs twice during 2022 and
there is an availability issue from their printer in shipping to the UK
In my personal opinion this no longer renders the publications viable and following many concerns
from prospective customers regarding the prices I have been forced into withdrawing their availability
due to limited sales.
I will continue to review the situation but self-publishing is increasingly becoming a difficult area particularly
in respect of non-fiction regional publications.
I sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.