The Farthest Shore
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.
A Highland book launch for The Farthest Shore
Tickets are now on sale for my book launch in Fort William.
The End of Winter: hiking the Cape Wrath Trail in February 2019
"Genuine silence is rare and special in our hyper-connected era. You might discover something about yourself and the world around you if you take the time to listen."
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.
Writing (two) books during the pandemic
It’s a hell of a time to be an outdoor writer, isn’t it? Since the COVID-19 pandemic kicked off early this year, I have written not one but two books. Here’s a little about how it’s been. At the best of times, I’m a slow
The Farthest Shore reading list
Here’s my current bibliography of titles that have influenced my thinking (or which I plan to read) during the creative process for my book The Farthest Shore. Updated 2019-10-29 Notes * Books listed here are ones that I have either read in the last two years, or plan to read
Exciting news – I have signed a book deal with Vertebrate Publishing
I am delighted to announce that I have signed a book deal with Vertebrate Publishing, who will be publishing my first non-fiction book: The Farthest Shore. There was always going to be a book about my strange and wonderful journey through the West Highlands early this year. The quest for