Despite the fact her new Secret Seven book is about to hit the shops, Pamela Butchart still can’t believe she penned it.
The Courier’s exciting new serial Crash Land starts tomorrow and author Doug Johnstone tells Caroline Lindsay what readers can expect.
Why former Fife businesswoman Claire MacLeary is not at cross purposes over her new crime novel Burnout
As she launches her new crime novel Burnout, former Fife businesswoman Claire MacLeary tells Michael Alexander how she has St Andrews and Dundee universities to thank for honing her writing skills.
He is the creator of Scotland’s first comic book superhero.
A poignant true story set in 17th Century Iceland awaits visitors to the Winter Words Festival at Pitlochry Festival Theatre tomorrow. Broadcaster and author Sally Magnusson will talk about her debut novel, The Sealwoman’s Gift, a reimagining of the plight of the women and children involved in a 1627 Icelandic pirate raid.
Why religion rather than UK identity has been a ‘greater influence’ on Scottish literature and culture over 300 years
St Andrews University Wardlaw Professor of Modern History Colin Kidd tells Michael Alexander why religion rather than UK identity has been the major influence on Scottish literature over the past 300 years.
‘Library closures are the death of civilisation’, warns global bestseller Peter May ahead of Perth talk
Global bestseller Peter May will be talking about his latest book I’ll Keep You Safe in Perth on January 17. Michael Alexander chatted to him about his career, Brexit - and his anger over library closures.
Global bestseller Peter May will be talking about his latest book I’ll Keep You Safe in Perth on January 17.
Is it viable to re-open the St Andrews and Levenmouth rail links? St Andrews University educated historian and author David Ross shares his view with Michael Alexander as he discusses his new book - Getting the Train: The History of Scotland's railways.
Four years ago, a happy holiday ended in sadness when the Arbuthnott family’s pet Siamese cat Oscar disappeared on the ferry as they travelled from South Uist back to the mainland.