Tuesday, 20 October 2009

Scotfamtree book store

We have a vast selection of books for sale
via our wee shop.A few examples are
shown here.

About the Author
After graduating from St Andrews University
with an honours degree in history in 1970,
Elspeth Wills has spent her career as a
researcher, interpreter and writer within
advertising, marketing, economic development
and visitor attraction environments. She has
written over a dozen books on subjects as
varied as natural history, new town development
and Scottish innovation.

About the Author
Alistair Moffat was born and raised in Kelso.
He took degrees at the universities of St
Andrews, Edinburgh and London and played
rugby for Kelso and his universities. In 1976
he took charge of the Edinburgh Festival
Fringe as it grew into the largest arts
festival in the world.

About the Author
Samuel Johnson became famous as a
poet and a moral essayist before completing
his most famous project, The Dictionary of
the English Language. James Boswell met
Samuel Johnson in 1763, when the two
began their trip around the Hebrides, and is
celebrated not only as Johnson's biographer
but also for the disarming honesty of his
personal diaries. Formerly a lecturer in Celtic
in Glasgow and Edinburgh universities, Ronald
Black is Gaelic Editor of The
and a columnist in the West Highland Free Press.
In addition to numerous academic articles he is
author or editor of: Mac Mhaighstir Alasdair:
The Ardnamurchan Years, An Tuil: Anthology
of 20th Century Scottish Gaelic Verse,
An Lasair: Anthology of 18th Century Scottish
Gaelic Verse, Eilein na h-Oige: The Poems of
Fr Allan McDonald and The Gaelic Otherworld.

Our Bookstore


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