I’ve been beavering away the last few months getting ‘Fire & Sword’ out to an ever-wider audience, and it looks like all the hard work is paying off at last!!
First of all, can I remind you of the forthcoming signing at Abbey Books ( Well Street, Paisley) on 14th December, 1.15-3.15pm. Posters are appearing at various venues around the town, so keep an eye open for them! And a big ‘thank you’, to all those who have helped out by displaying them, including The Wynd cafe and The Grumpy Monkey cafe, as well the Paisley Arts Centre, Paisley Library and Paisley Museum.
Staff at the gift shop at Paisley Abbey have also taken a poster and long term may even be stocking the book itself – watch this space for further details, if and when it happens.
Last but by no means least, copies of ‘Fire and Sword’ will be available at the Beith Cultural and Historical Society Christmas Fair, which is great, because it means that I’ll be venturing forth into North Ayrshire. North Ayrshire is of course Montgomerie country, and if you don’t know the connection between the Montgomeries and ‘Fire and Sword’, you either haven’t been paying attention, or you need to get out there and read the book!