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Books can help us reflect – as well as escape – this Christmas

Books can help us reflect – as well as escape – this Christmas

Books can help us reflect – as well as escape – this Christmas

ArtyNess: Barbara Henderson recounts some festive classics that help add meaning at this special time of year


Book shines light on travel in the past

Book shines light on travel in the past

Book shines light on travel in the past

A WINDOW will be opened onto Ross-shire's travel past after a revival of the Wheels Around book series dug up photos of buses in years gone by.


Budding authors find there are many routes to publishing

Budding authors find there are many routes to publishing

Budding authors find there are many routes to publishing

ArtyNess: Barbara Henderson looks at two authors who took very different paths to publication


Book festival organisers aim to go al fresco

Book festival organisers aim to go al fresco

Book festival organisers aim to go al fresco

ORGANISERS of the annual Nairn Book and Arts Festival are planning to go al fresco in 2021.


Opening a new chapter for Major Tom

Opening a new chapter for Major Tom

Opening a new chapter for Major Tom

Delving into her grandfather's Great War scrapbook saw Vee Walker embark on a journey that has taken her much further than she could have imagined.


Goblins, birds and book fairies

Goblins, birds and book fairies

Goblins, birds and book fairies

The fun to be had during Book Week Scotland.


Book Prize’s longlist is announced

Book Prize’s longlist is announced

Book Prize’s longlist is announced

Everything from nature and travel writing to fiction, history and poetry feature in the longlist for a prestigious Highland literary prize.


Ullapool to host a walk on the wild side with Wanderwords

Ullapool to host a walk on the wild side with Wanderwords

Ullapool to host a walk on the wild side with Wanderwords

Ullapool Book Festival is celebrating Book Week Scotland with Wanderwords: a wander including poetry, stories and extracts.


Highland debut author Graham Bullen looked to medieval Venice for inspiration for his historical thriller

Highland debut author Graham Bullen looked to medieval Venice for inspiration for his historical thriller

Highland debut author Graham Bullen looked to medieval Venice for inspiration for his historical thriller

Invermoriston author Graham Bullen's debut is set in Venice in 1348, but has an unexpected hint of 2020


Not the only story in town

Not the only story in town

Not the only story in town

ArtyNess: Barbara Henderson invites us to open our minds to more than the Covid pandemic to help strengthen our resilience and sooth our souls


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