The Highland Book Prize announced the 4 titles that have been selected for the 2021 shortlist. Established in 2017, this literary prize celebrates the finest published work that recognizes the rich talent, landscape and cultural diversity of the Highlands.
Are you looking for something to beat the typical winter blues? There is something about the cold weather and the daylight being shorter that makes people more down during the months of January-March. So it’s hard to find something that brings people out of that winter funk. Well, I am here to recommend great comfortContinue reading “Comfort Reads for the Winter Blues”
Didn’t manage to make the author talk I conducted with Joseph Elliott? Don’t worry! The full discussion is now online. I had so much fun talking with Joseph and about the wonderful series he has created! If you have ventured into the wonderful world of the Isle of Skye, the joys and laughs that JosephContinue reading “Joseph Elliott Talk Now Online”
Are you looking for more reasons to be excited about 2022, other than just wanting to be done with 2021? Then check the list of exciting new books being released next year! The pandemic may have pushed back some releases into 2022 but that just just gives us more of a reason to read moreContinue reading “The Best Books to Look Out For in 2022”
It’s the start of the holiday season and with supply chain issues plaguing the world, finding that great Christmas gift may be hard to find. Well, I am here to tell you that there are other ways to get that special book lover in your life that great gift without having to scamper from storeContinue reading “Book Subscriptions for the Book Lover In Your Life”
The Highland Book Prize announced the 12 titles that have been selected for the 2021 longlist. Established in 2017, this literary prize celebrates the finest published work that recognizes the rich talent, landscape and cultural diversity of the Highlands.
The shortlist for the 2021 Booker Prize has been announced. The list was chosen of 158 titles published in the UK and Ireland between October 1, 2020 and September 30, 2021