“Jim visited the Tomb of the Eagles at Isbister Farm in South Ronaldsay, where, in the Visitor Centre, he was given eagle talons from the cairn to hold, and he thought….”These talons flew.””
“you start to link up with Richard and his connections with place, people and general goings-on. Lives inter-weaving, as island lives tend to do.”
Launch: Monday 21 June 2021, 6pm. Virtual launch event, tickets via Eventbrite.
Charlie Laidlaw’s fourth novel, Everyday Magic, is being published on 26th May by Glasgow-based Ringwood Publishing.
Glimpses of War produced by the British Modern Military History Society
is to raise funds to support veterans with sight loss.
“I believe that we are closer to reclaiming our land than ever before. Political will based on a wide consensus for change is now in play.” Rob Gibson
It is a fascinating time in our history when personal feuds between the two leading players in the nation’s future direction almost destroyed the independence of Scotland.
This is the story of Covid, as seen through the prism of the world of ultrarunning.
“This book has introduced me to a whole new set of places that I want to visit, and some ideas which I hadn’t come across before.”
A boy leaves Glasgow and moves to Linicro on the Isle of Skye.