A while back I blogged about being selected for the fantastic Echoes of the City project, and I’m pleased to say that this has now launched, which means my story is available to read – and to hear.
I’m pleased to say that one of my short stories has been selected for publication in a rather interesting new way.
I recently attended a talk at the National Library of Scotland on the way that stories can shape cities.
On Thursday night I went to the latest Google ‘I Spy Edinburgh’ event, which was held at the Edinburgh Camera Obscura.
I’ve been a strict vegetarian since 2005 (not counting a brief spell when I was younger still) and have found that Edinburgh is a good place to live if you’re vegetarian.
As regular readers will know I rather enjoy strolling around the old kirkyards of Edinburgh. I’m not the only writer to do this – seems an affliction with our kind.
Did you know that tomorrow, 08 February 2014, is National Libraries Day?
This week sees two celebrations of Scottish culture taking place at the same time, both of which are rather up my street.
Something I am truly enjoying as part of this new freelance writing life is the time I am able to invest in research.
My month of dedicated fiction writing is done, and it’s been wonderful.