Scotland's Stories of Home eBook

My home is...

A pot of soup. The kitchen sink. A duvet cover. ‘The Talk’ from your dad. A kiss from your love. Help from a neighbour. 1970s brown and orange wallpaper. An air-raid shelter in 1941. A country remembered from far away. Home means different things for the people of Scotland, but these stories remind us of the things that form the foundations of our homes – our families, our friends and our memories.

Including stories from well-loved writers including Alan Warner, Beatrice Colin, Vic Galloway and Kirsty Logan, the people of Scotland show us what makes a place into a home.

To download the eBook

This eBook is available in both Kindle and epub files.

If you use a Kindle, please download the file labelled ‘Scotland's Stories of Home for Kindle’, then email the downloaded file to your Kindle account.

If you would like to view Scotland's Stories of Home on a non-Kindle e-reader (iPad/iPhone, Nook, Kobo, Sony Reader and other .epub compatible devices) please download the file labelled ‘Scotland's Stories of Home for E-reader’.

You can also read Scotland's Stories of Home on your computer by opening the 'Scotland's Stories of Home for E-reader' file with a desktop e-reader. If you need information about how to get set up with a free desktop e-reader, read this article.