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.
The son of a flying pioneer who made the first flight from Britain to India will give a talk on his ancestor in Dundee.
Life of crime ‘not worth it’, says Dundonian bodyguard turned author who faced up to mafia and almost died
Dundonian Mike Carr tells Michael Alexander why he has decided to write a book about his real-life experiences of facing potential death in the criminal underworld.
‘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.
Doug Johnstone admits he had a rather strange, circuitous route to becoming an author. Growing up in Arbroath, he went to Edinburgh University to study physics, eventually getting a PhD in nuclear physics.
A unique new picture book for children means it can be enjoyed at the same time as helping their language skills. Caroline Lindsay finds out more
Describing herself as “a bit of a poacher-turned-gamekeeper”, Lucy Foley explains how she came to writing from reading.
When Robin Crawford and his wife Angie were walking on the Isle of Lewis, a tractor came past with a trailer full of peat.
They say he’s one of the best poets you’ve never heard of – or, more accurately, have not yet heard of – and the publication of a collection of poetry by Jim Stewart is as much a testimony to love, respect and friendship as it is to his talent.
Author Conner McAleese tells Caroline Lindsay how writing has helped harness his anxiety and the woman who inspired his new book.