Scottish Reading

The good lady has a few bloggers she reads regularly. One of these is Peggy Ann’s Post. Peggy Ann has a liking for Scottish literature and has set up a Read Scotland 2014 Challenge in which the good lady intends to take part. Knowing my interest in and wide reading of Scottish authors she suggested that I might like to also.

Since a few gaps still exist in my Scottish reading (and a fair few books lurk on my tbr pile) I thought I might as well.

Pity my Iain Banks-athon was this year!


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  2. Elizabeth (Silver's Reviews)

    I am not going to participate in the Scotland challenge because I don’t do well with challenges. I do love books set in Scotland, though.

    I have read two that I really like. They were The Island House by Posie Graeme Evans and Angel Harp by Michael Phillips.

    I am stopping by from Peggy Ann’s list of people participating.


    Have a great week.

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  3. jackdeighton

    Thanks for looking in Elizabeth,
    As you can probably imagine I read a lot of Scottish fiction so the challenge won’t really change my reading a lot, just focus it a little. The two authors you mention are new to me, even so.

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