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Sucking on the Tailpipe of 2016

So four days to go in the year and we’re all panicking every time an artist who has made an impact on our lives starts trending on Twitter. I just woke up to the news about Carrie Fisher. I had

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Looking Forward to The Waves Burn Bright

I was very pleased to wake up this morning to the news that the lovely people at the Scottish Book Trust have included The Waves Burn Bright in their list of novels to look forward to in 2016. Considering there’s new

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A Very Scottish Devil

With Halloween only a day away, the lovely people at the Scottish Book Trust asked me to write a piece for them on horror in Scotland – specifically why we do scary so well. It was a brief very much

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