Author David Weinczok tells Michael Alexander how his new book explores the crossover between the fantasy of Game of Thrones and real-life Scottish history.
‘There are too many tortured detectives out there’, says crime writer Claire MacLeary ahead of book launch
Crime writer Claire MacLeary tells Michael Alexander about her latest book ahead of its launch in St Andrews and Dundee.
‘It’s been a privilege to photograph St Andrews and its people for 50 years’, says legendary snapper Peter Adamson
A new book by legendary St Andrews photographer Peter Adamson and renowned writer Dr Lorn Macintyre has captured the essence of the town in pictures and words. Michael Alexander caught up with the talented pair ahead of the book’s launch.
Growing up in St Andrews, Peter Herron was no stranger to colourful tales from the town’s often dark and turbulent past.
Crime writing farmer ‘I write about killing people but no one asks me where the bodies are buried on the farm!’
In an interview ahead of launching his latest detective crime novel, north Fife farmer turned author James Oswald tells MICHAEL ALEXANDER how life has become a ‘bit mad’.
North Fife farmer turned crime author James Oswald takes a break from tending sheep to share his firsts and lasts.
‘If I hadn’t been assaulted that night I would possibly still be there,’ says Fife domestic abuse survivor as book of shocking testimonies launched
Michael Alexander speaks to domestic abuse survivors in Fife about the launch of a hard hitting new book that features their true stories.
The spiritual pull of Iona has influenced writers for centuries, and now its legacy is explored by St Andrews University Professor Robert Crawford in his latest publication – ‘The Book of Iona: An Anthology’. Michael Alexander met him.
Michael Alexander meets Fife-raised internationally best-selling author Ian Rankin to talk about the 30th anniversary of his John Rebus novels and the launch of RebusFest being held in Edinburgh this summer.
Crime-writing farmer James Oswald’s works could soon be on TV, four years after a chance conversation stopped him quitting writing to farm full-time.