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Read the Opening Chapter of THE JUMP Here!

The opening chapter of THE JUMP is in today’s Scotsman newspaper. Read it and weep. Dx Advertisements

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THE FUNERAL CRASHER – a brand new short story

OK, so there’s a brand new short story written by me in today’s Scotsman. It’s called THE FUNERAL CRASHER, a typically cheery wee thing, and they managed to find a miserable picture of me in their archives to go along … Continue reading

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Books I reviewed in September (and some I didn’t manage to)

Aye so, here’s the list (with links, where possible) to all the books I reviewed last month. The best of the bunch was undoubtedly Denis Johnson’s Train Dreams, a strange and hypnotic thing, and definitely one of my books of … Continue reading

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All over the place

OK, so I’m all over the place. In the media, that is. Kind of. Not really. But a few features and Q&As have popped up recently, here’s a wee list: A big interview in The Scotsman at the weekend, in … Continue reading

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smokeheads press round up

There’s been a smattering of press coverage appeared for Smokeheads over the last few days, all added to the Press page. Firstly, there’s an interview with The Skinny, in which I blah blah about whisky as a metaphor for whatever. … Continue reading

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