AT the murder mystery dinner that opens this weekend's Cromarty Crime and Thrillers festival, writer Louise Welsh confesses she'd prefer to be the detective rather than murderer - or victim.
Published: Thu 16 Apr 2015
EIGHT writers from the Highlands and Islands are in London today at the Independent Authors Fair for a showcase event sponsored by XpoNorth.
Published: Fri 10 Apr 2015
FAVOURITE books are at the heart of an exciting new series on BBC ALBA in which Anna Macleod discusses the book choices of two guests each week.
Published: Thu 09 Apr 2015
FORMER First Minister Alex Salmond will be visiting the Inverness branch of Waterstones' on Sunday.
Published: Wed 08 Apr 2015
EASTER Ross author Michel Faber has been shortlisted for UK science-fiction's most prestigious literary prize, the Arthur C. Clarke Award.
- Award-winning author leads Black Isle workshop
- Former Moniack Mhor student returns as acclaimed author
- Ruth prepares for Costa Rican literary journey
- Bookies' favourite Ali Smith misses out of £40,000 prize
- Festival could see a new edition as bookshop fills gap
- North authors and bookshop join nationwide Killer Crime Festival
- Author's visit will shed light on latest work
- Crime author outstanding in his field
- Final chapter for Inverness Book Festival
- Neil's shinty playing past inspires children's book
- More than bluegrass and banjos...
- Jools jape is one for Elephant Sessions to remember
- Playing it Straits is the best way for Chris
- REVIEW: Last Dream (On Earth)
- Cobain: Montage Of Heck
- XpoNorth unveil music line-up
- Louise Welsh - looking for clues in Cromarty
- Music Farm is new June festival for Forres
- Inverness musician wins prestigious BBC Radio 2 Folk Award
- Airline helps inter-island project take off
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