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Sandra Ireland at Two Sisters Cafe, 27.07.18
27 July 2018
What happens when you fall in love with the wrong person?   The consequences threaten to be far-reaching and potentially deadly. Bone Deep is a contemporary novel of sibling rivalry, love, betrayal and murder. It is a dual narrative, told in alternative chapters by Mac, a...
Nikki Welch and Blair Bowman at Fringe By the Sea, North Berwick - 09.08.18
09 August 2018
                                  Join Blair Bowman and Nikki Welch, authors of the Pocket Guide to...
Sandra Ireland at The Bookhouse, Monifieth - 10.08.16
10 August 2018
What happens when you fall in love with the wrong person?   The consequences threaten to be far-reaching and potentially deadly. Bone Deep is a contemporary novel of sibling rivalry, love, betrayal and murder. It is a dual narrative, told in alternative chapters by Mac, a...
Mark Muller Stuart at Edinburgh International Book Festival, 11.08.18
11 August 2018
When diplomacy fails and politicians turn to military action, how close do news headlines take us to the truth? Human rights lawyer and UN advisor Mark Muller Stuart gives an insider’s account in Storm in the Desert, shining a dazzling light on Britain’s intervention in Libya and...
Kevin MacNeil at Edinburgh International Book Festival, 11.08.17
11 August 2018
Archie the Alpaca sees life like no other. A prolific writer, occasional dancer, grassiccino drinker and loyal friend, he has been able to get his unique thoughts across to the human world thanks to Kevin MacNeil, the Outer Hebridean novelist, poet and screenwriter. This unusual one-man show...
Alexander McCall Smith at Edinburgh International Book Festival - School Ship Tobermory, 12.08.18
12 August 2018
Climb aboard and join celebrated Edinburgh author Alexander McCall Smith and illustrator Iain McIntosh as they share the latest exciting adventures of the School Ship Tobermory crew. This time, the team are headed down under to the land of Oz. Set sail for a wonderful hour of storytelling...
Eilidh Muldoon at Edinburgh International Book Festival, 12.08.18
12 August 2018
Scottish artist and architect at the heart of the Glasgow Style, Charles Rennie Mackintosh is famed for his use of colour and shape, so he's the perfect subject for Eilidh Muldoon's new colouring book. Offering a look into his life and most notable works, Eilidh invites you to...
Muriel Spark: Sex and Shopping Panel EIBF, 13.08.18
13 August 2018
‘I sensed romance, sex,’ Muriel Spark said in her autobiography, recalling her teacher Miss Christina Kay. Shopping, too, was another lifelong preoccupation; her novels are replete with memorable scenes when characters shop and…shoplift. Louise Welsh and Zoë...
Kirsten Carter McKee at Edinburgh International Book Festival, 13.08.18
13 August 2018
The development of Scotland’s urban landscapes links the latest works from historians Kirsten Carter McKee and E Patricia Dennison. Edinburgh’s ‘Third New Town’ (aka Calton Hill and the surrounding area) is the focus for Carter McKee who finds that the architecture...
Jenni Fagan at Edinburgh International Book Festival, 13.08.18
13 August 2018
‘This is not narrative, this is time boiling over’, explains one reviewer of Sasha Dugdale’s poetry. It’s a style put to brilliant use in Dugdale’s new collection, Joy. It’s also an apt description of the Truth Poem Jenni Fagan wrote while in America for...