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February 29, 2020

AyeWrite! Festival in Glasgow in March

    If you enjoy reading books, learning about ones new to you, hearing authors discuss their creative processes, getting tips for your own writing -- just about anything book related -- then Glasgow...

Lennoxlove Book Festival

A weekend of words and wit with some of today's best known writers and personalities, at one of Scotland's great country houses. This fall, from 2-4 November, at Lennoxlove House, Haddington, experience a weekend of sparkling book talk and a f ...

Stanley Mills: Force and Fabric

An Historic Scotland book which helped bolster the international status of Stanley Mills by highlighting new archaeological discoveries and unprecedented research has received a national award.   “Force and Fabric” was highly com ...

Edinburgh Libraries: Books set in Edinburgh

The Edinburgh Libraries has put together a fantastic google map of books set in Edinburgh.   As they say, "Explore our city of literature through the stories it has inspired."     Click here to access the map, and discover ...

A Sense of Belonging to Scotland

Andy Hall loves the light and the landscapes of his native Scotland. As a photographer, he also enjoys finding ways to share that love. For his book A Sense of Belonging to Scotland, he decided to investigate and share what places hold significance for oth ...

Sandstone Press: The Scottish Highland's Independent Publishing House

It all started online, of course. I was intrigued by a book by Stuart Campbell, entitled Boswell’s Bus Pass (review and author interview to come!). Published by Sandstone Press, Boswell’s Bus Pass tells the journey of Campbell as he follows the ...

Edinburgh Libraries wins Library of the Year

At the Bookseller of the Year Awards on May 14th, Edinburgh Libraries won Library of the Year! The Bookseller Industry Awards are the British book trade's premier event. There were 17 Bookseller Awards and the Bookseller Association's Gerry Davies ...

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