The late author Toni Morrison once said: "If there's a book that you want to read, but it hasn't been written yet, then you must write it."
You can never be too rich or too thin.
Lynn Harrison, 54, from Port Seton, East Lothian, is gran to baby Leo and mum to Holly. She juggles her work as an executive assistant to the MD of an office company with her family duties, looking after her grandson one day a week. Here she shares her favourite snaps.
The Ayrshire coast has long been a popular place for day-trippers and was once the destination for Glaswegians during the Fair Fortnight.
A new Glasgow Vegan Winter Festival has been announced for later this month.
Rosemary Shrager knows that, one day, she might lose her sight.
Retired Edinburgh civil servant Angie Murray, 61, is mum to three grown-up children, and boasts six grandchildren.
As a youngster, Stuart Simmonds’ eldest daughter Hannah didn’t like reading.
With so many gin brands and bottles sitting on supermarket shelves these days, it’s hard to remember a time when the botanical spirit wasn’t everyone’s favourite tipple.
Cut-price travel has its costs. For writer Jonathan Glancey it has stripped the journey of its romance and magic.
The Brocken spectre takes its name from the Brocken mountain in Germany’s Harz range, where the phenomenon was first recorded.