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LONGER READ: Carrbridge was home writing Lin's latest thriller

LONGER READ: Carrbridge was home writing Lin's latest thriller

LONGER READ: Carrbridge was home writing Lin's latest thriller

Lockdown walks mean writer 'came to Carrbridge when I was 17, but I think I know it better now'


LONGER READ: Inverness thriller is locked into former asylum

LONGER READ: Inverness thriller is locked into former asylum

LONGER READ: Inverness thriller is locked into former asylum

Having worked with a publisher for her first two books, Helen Forbes talks abut the experience of self-publishing her new one


BOOK REVIEW: First Person Singular by Haruki Murakami

BOOK REVIEW: First Person Singular by Haruki Murakami

BOOK REVIEW: First Person Singular by Haruki Murakami

The Japanese author is on sparkling form in his latest collection of short stories.


Outdoors writer on track to publish new guide to the Deeside Way

Outdoors writer on track to publish new guide to the Deeside Way

Outdoors writer on track to publish new guide to the Deeside Way

A journalist and outdoors writer in the Highlands has turned his attentions on the Deeside Way with a new guide dedicated to the long-distance trail.


Lockdown inspires Inverness poet to put bad to verse

Lockdown inspires Inverness poet to put bad to verse

Lockdown inspires Inverness poet to put bad to verse

Lockdown may have been a frustration for most, but it has also provided inspiration for author, musician and all round entertainer D James Ross.


Old meets the new at hi-tech book launch on Lewis

Old meets the new at hi-tech book launch on Lewis

Old meets the new at hi-tech book launch on Lewis

ARTYNESS: Barbara Henderson unveils her new title The Chessmen Thief after being allowed to fly to the Western Isles for the launch


Scottish book awards set to celebrate 'amazing work and innovation' during coronavirus crisis

Scottish book awards set to celebrate 'amazing work and innovation' during coronavirus crisis

Scottish book awards set to celebrate 'amazing work and innovation' during coronavirus crisis

Scotland's national book awards are now open to submissions from publishers around the world.


Opening up to let the good times roll!

Opening up to let the good times roll!

Opening up to let the good times roll!

ARTYNESS: Barbara Henderson is embracing the promise as restrictions are eased, book shops are opening and new books are available


Chess tale keeps Vikings in order

Chess tale keeps Vikings in order

Chess tale keeps Vikings in order

Finishing her latest novel for young readers during lockdown was a way of keeping control for Highland author Barbara Henderson.


The birth of a new book – or is it twins?

The birth of a new book – or is it twins?

The birth of a new book – or is it twins?

ARTYNESS: Barbara Henderson discovers her forthcoming release has a partner set in the same Scottish island chain


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