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Brooks' books voted the best in Angus

Weeks of voting in secondary schools across Angus this week culminated in the announcement of a winner for the 18th Angus Book Awards. (...)


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Fife poet John Burnside wins TS Eliot Prize

A Fife author has won one of literature's most controversial prizes to date. (...)


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Book to tell fascinating story of Hospitalfield House

The story of the historic Hospitalfield House in Arbroath is being made into a book. (...)


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Waterstone's launch for Take It To The Bridge

If you haven't already got your copy, tonight's the chance to pick up the definitive guide to the Dundee music scene. (...)


Dublin author Simon Ashe-Browne wins Dundee International Book Prize

A 26-year-old writer from Dublin has been named winner of the 2011 Dundee International Book Prize. (...)


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Why Not? Author Shari Low on chasing the dream

It took Shari Low until she was 30 to realise her ambition and put pen to paper. Nine books later, she talks about friends, family life and finding her inner author. (...)


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Big names among the line-up for Dundee Literary Festival

Bestselling author Victoria Hislop is to make a rare public appearance at the Dundee Literary Festival. (...)


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Historian Neil Oliver's book signing the busiest for a long time

Historian and TV presenter Neil Oliver visited Waterstone's in Perth to sign copies of his latest book. (...)


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Fife signs up to join Dolly Parton's Imagination Library

Fife's education chairman has welcomed Dolly Parton's book initiative. (...)


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Blue plaque commemorates Anstruther's fascinating link to a South Seas princess

The historic links between Anstruther and an exotic princess have been immortalised. (...)


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Lower Largo confident its 300-year link to Robinson Crusoe is not threatened by new book

Evidence disputing that a Fife mariner was the inspiration for Robinson Crusoe has been cast adrift in the village where he was born. (...)


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Wild about words — KT Tunstall on World Environment Day

World Environment Day (WED) is an annual event aimed at being the biggest and most widely celebrated global day for positive environmental action. (...)


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Going electric — Chris Longmuir welcomes the eBook

In February, US sales of electronic books overtook paperback sales for the first time. American consumers spent £55.2 million on eBooks and only £49.8 million on the humble paperback. (...)


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Fife man's prized links with Australia detailed in governor's book

The importance of Fife connections to Australia has been stressed by the governor of New South Wales, Professor Marie Bashir, when she launched a new book. (...)


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Keren David wins Angus Book Award 2011

Author Keren David was this week named the winner of the 2011 Angus Book Award for her novel When I Was Joe. (...)


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Black Watch author Tom Renouf — the man with Himmler's watch

Most old soldiers have the odd memento they brought back home from war — some quirky reminder of a brush with death, of comradeship in the face of adversity, of the best of times in the midst of the worst of times. It could be a book, a photo, a letter. Tom Renouf has Heinrich Himmler's watch. (...)


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Book republished in tribute to wild land campaigner Irvine Butterfield

The first book written by a popular wild land campaigner and photographer will be republished as a lasting tribute. (...)


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New book tells the stories of 10 'forgotten' Taysiders

The Abertay Historical Society is hosting a special event in Perth next week to mark the publication of its new book, Ten Taysiders: Forgotten Figures from Dundee, Angus and Perthshire. (...)


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Fife has always been our home — Sarah Brown on life in No. 10 and being 'WPM'

It's been nine months since Gordon and Sarah Brown linked hands with their children and walked out of Downing Street for the last time. With the publication of her diary, Behind the Black Door, the former 'WPM' tells Jack McKeown about the good times and the bad. (...)


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Tornado F3 book boost to RAF Association Wings Appeal

The retirement of the Tornado F3 is being marked in a book poised to bring a charity legacy for the men and women of the RAF. (...)


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