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The Waves Burn Bright Review: The Scotsman

The first review of The Waves Burn Bright is out and I’m delighted to say it’s a good one. The Scotsman said: “The night of the disaster is sensitively and evocatively handled.” and “Digging through a hard exterior to explore the layers

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The Waves Burn Bright in The Scotsman

We’re at the halfway point in the tour, The Waves Burn Bright is officially out and in the bookshops and this fact has been celebrated in Clydebank, Glasgow and Leeds. Thanks to all the lovely folk who came out to buy

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Silma Hill Extract in The Scotsman

The lovely people at The Scotsman have included an extract from Silma Hill in their paper. You can read it here. On Wednesday 8th July I’ll be reading and signing copies in The Wash Bar, Edinburgh from 18:30 while on Thursday

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