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North East Voices
A new take on some famous Scots
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Pat is fast gaining a reputation as a first rate storyteller. With his two Volumes of writing as 'Sanners Gow', he gives the reader a flavour of the Doric.
Sanner's Gows Tales an' Folkore o' the Buchan and Sanners Gow: Mair Doric Tales an' Folklore o' the Buchan add up to
fifty two stories about the history, mystery and folklore of the Buchan by a Macduff native, told in his native tongue.
Bob is better known as a musician and songwriter of Doric and Scots songs. This first collection of short stories provides a natural companion to his musical output. Bob is keen to preserve Scots as a language of everyday use and these stories, told in Scots/Doric, are drawn from his rich traveller family heritage and his own imagination. A stunning debut.
An Eagle in a Hen - House
Selected Political Speeches and Writings of R.B. Cunninghame Graham
This book comprises selected political speeches and writings of R.B.Cunninghame Graham - aristocrat, cowboy, M.P., Marxist, Scottish and Irish nationalist, anti-imperialist, social commentator, women’s rights campaigner, writer, and wit.
The Scenery of Dreams
The True Story of Robert Louis Stevenson's 'Kidnapped.'
Inspired by the author’s retracing of the footsteps of David Balfour and Alan Breck from Mull to Edinburgh, ‘The Scenery of Dreams’ traces Stevenson’s inspiration in writing ‘Kidnapped,’ one of the world’s best-loved adventure stories - the book that Stevenson himself was most proud of.