#scotlitfest exclusive: Dragon Games.

This week, Polygon have given us a sneak peek of Dragon Games by Jan-Philipp Sendker, which is published on September 22nd 2016. For more information on the book, visit their website and keep reading for the exclusive below! Hong Kong. American journalist Paul and his Chinese girlfriend – face a crisis. A troubling letter arrives from mainland China … More #scotlitfest exclusive: Dragon Games.

#scotlitfest exclusive: The Beast on the Broch by John K Fulton – cover reveal

“A lonely girl. A wild beast. An unforgettable friendship.” 12-year-old Talorca is a Pictish girl living in North-east Scotland in 799 AD. When Gaelic-speaking Dalriadans attack her village, her world is turned upside down. Her only friend is the mythical Pictish Beast, who has been injured by the Dalriadans. Talorca decides to take a stand … More #scotlitfest exclusive: The Beast on the Broch by John K Fulton – cover reveal

#scotlitfest exclusive: Perfect Remains

Today, HarperCollins have given us a sneak peek of the first chapter of Perfect Remains by Helen Fields, due out in January 2017. For more information, visit HarperCollins’ website and keep reading for the exclusive below! Perfect Remains is the first in a nail-shredding new crime series. Fans of M.J. Arlidge will be gripped from start to finish. … More #scotlitfest exclusive: Perfect Remains

#scotlitfest exclusive: Devil Take the Hindmost

This week, Freight have given us a sneak peek of Devil Take the Hindmost by Martin Cathcart Froden, which is published in July. For more information on the book, visit Freight’s website and keep reading for the exclusive below! Devil Take the Hindmost, is a gripping historical noir set during the amphetamine-fuelled craze for velodrome racing which took London by … More #scotlitfest exclusive: Devil Take the Hindmost

#scotlitfest exclusive: The Aeronaut’s Guide to Rapture.

This week, Sandstone have given us a sneak peek of The Aeronaut’s Guide to Rapture by Stuart Campbell, which is published on May 19th. For more information on the book, visit their website and keep reading for the exclusive below! Three people in three countries in three different eras. Ursule in 1864 lives the life of a kitchen … More #scotlitfest exclusive: The Aeronaut’s Guide to Rapture.

#scotlitfest exclusive: Sometimes A River Song by Avril Joy.

This week, Linen Press Books have given us a look at the prologue of their new title  Sometimes A River Song by Avril Joy, which is published on April 27th. For more information on the book, visit their website, and keep reading for the sneak peek below! Sometimes A River Song – Avril Joy Linen … More #scotlitfest exclusive: Sometimes A River Song by Avril Joy.

Bright Red #scotlitfest exclusive: Learn To Write.

Edinburgh-based independent publisher Bright Red have, this week, given us a sneak peek inside their guide Learn to Write by Dr Christopher Nicol. On top of support for essay writing, there are large sections dedicated to honing your creative writing skills. Here, we look at the short story: CREATING CHARACTERS The aim here is to … More Bright Red #scotlitfest exclusive: Learn To Write.