They brandished broomsticks, stirred cauldrons and cast spells – or did they? A new book, A History Of Magic And Witchcraft, debunks some of the myths surrounding witches. Author Frances Timbers tells Stevie Gallacher The Honest Truth about witches and witchcraft
Two love stories a lifetime apart, united by an unspeakable evil – Gordon Kerr’s first historic crime fiction is as complex as it is compelling.
Tears of joy rolled down my face and plopped on to the box before me.
Scotland’s hills should be alive with anticipation for the launch next week of homegrown author Jenny Colgan’s latest romance.
For more than 12 million people All Creatures Great and Small was the ultimate in not-to-be-missed telly drama.
1984 author George Orwell feared for life while writing on Jura and kept a pistol beneath his pillow
He was the scourge of totalitarianism and introduced the world to the terms Big Brother, Newspeak, Doublethink and the Ministry of Truth.
Debbie Harry is to release her first autobiography later this year.
Award-winning reporter-turned author Anna Smith has been up close and personal with the dark side of life.
She is the dyslexic pupil teachers dubbed ‘unteachable’ but who went on to become a best-selling author.
Crime novelist Ian Rankin has gifted his literary archive to the nation.