Blog Posts tagged: scotland

Stack of old books

Wildness, Ferocity and Gross Indulgence: Welcome to the Statistical Accounts Party

What can 200-year-old accounts of Scottish parishes tell a writer about everyday life in 18th and 19th-century Scotland? Quite a lot, as Graeme Macrae Burnet discovered when writing his Booker Prize longlisted novel, His Bloody Project.

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October 2015: A Month in Books

October 2015: A Month in Books

As the nights start to draw in, we celebrate the best way we know how: by curling up with a book. Read our preview of the best new releases, book festivals and film adaptations out in October.

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Rabbit Islands via Flickr

On the Move

Scottish Book Trust have committed to a new Sustainability and Sufficiency Initiative.

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Board with Made-Up Cake Words

Authors Live—Counting Down to Roald Dahl Day

How teacher Linda Murray celebrated Roald Dahl Day

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