Monthly Archives: September 2013

Arthur’s Seat on a lazy Sunday

For months I have been pressing my wife to climb the volcanic rock of Arthur’s Seat with me in the heart of Edinburgh without success. However as she and my daughter were taking part in a 10k fun run for … Continue reading

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Battles Fought, Old and New

Today, the 21st of September is a historic date in Scottish history. It was on this date in the year 1745 that the first large scale engagement was fought in the final Jacobite Uprising (or Rebellion dependant on your point … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Scribbling and Scratching On The Paper

A little snippet for a Wednesday from the latest work in progress Major Weir’s Dark Legacy which will be the fourth Robert Young of Newbiggin Mystery she dragged open the door an inch to peer around it at the figure … Continue reading

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Classic Books with Pulp Fiction covers

I was wondering what classic books would look like if they fell into the hands of 1960’s pulp fiction publishers. Perhaps they may have ended up something like these and finally in the true spirit of the genre a book … Continue reading

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Friday’s Snippet

From Major Weir’s Dark Legacy As the stall-holders wheeled their carts away and the drovers headed to the alehouses, he climbed up the steep, dog-legged slope of the West Bow. Every tenement had light spilling out from unshuttered windows but … Continue reading

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Interview with Ruth Watson-Morris

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Deadlier…Than the Male – Review

Deadlier…Than The Male by D. Michelle Gent I confess to not being the biggest fan of paranormal stories in general and stories featuring werewolves in particular normally leave me cold. It was therefore with a certain sense of trepidation that I … Continue reading

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