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Welcome to the new blog!

Alexroddie.com is back from the dead and better than ever before. Soon I'll be blogging like it's 2011 again...

Welcome to the new blog!
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Attitudes and Altitude: a new Sidetracked project, and a journey across the Alps

I'll be spending much of the rest of the summer in the Alps, trekking and a bit of running from Ventimiglia to Zermatt. It's going to be an incredible adventure. I can't wait to begin.

Attitudes and Altitude: a new Sidetracked project, and a journey across the Alps
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Twenty years as a writer: a first look at The Farthest Shore

A few thoughts about the long and winding road to the publication of my new book.

Twenty years as a writer: a first look at The Farthest Shore
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A Highland book launch for The Farthest Shore

Tickets are now on sale for my book launch in Fort William.

A Highland book launch for The Farthest Shore
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Recent radio and podcast appearances

Last week I made two appearances on local radio stations. You can listen to them online now. * 20 July: BBC Radio Lincolnshire, in conversation with Carla Green (from about 1:07 hours, BBC login required) * 23 July: Siren Radio, in conversation with Andrew David

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Features in the August 2021 issue of The Great Outdoors

Plenty from me in this month’s issue of TGO.

Features in the August 2021 issue of The Great Outdoors
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The Farthest Shore is available to pre-order – 20% off signed copies

My next book – The Farthest Shore, about hiking the Cape Wrath Trail in winter – is now available to pre-order from Vertebrate Publishing.

The Farthest Shore is available to pre-order – 20% off signed copies
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Wildlife photography highlights, June 2021

Warning: post contains gratuitous pictures of baby animals.

Wildlife photography highlights, June 2021
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Recent odds and ends

A return to the hills, Sidetracked Vol. 21, juggling manuscripts, and more

Recent odds and ends
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Wildlife photography highlights, May 2021

A quiet, cold spring, but with plenty of standout moments.

Wildlife photography highlights, May 2021

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