Tag Archives: Lochaber

Waterloo and remembering our veterans

Today, as you’ll probably have noticed, is the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo. One aspect of the battle that isn’t often mentioned is the reason for its name. The naming of battles isn’t always consistent and can tell … Continue reading

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Red Sky in the Morning

For anyone waiting for the sequel to Bob Atkinson’s 2012 bestseller ‘The Last Sunset‘, your wait is nearly over. ‘Red Sky in the Morning’ concludes the adventures of Andy Macmillan and the other cast of soldiers and vacationers stranded in the Scottish … Continue reading

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Bob’s #1 again.

Congratulations to our author Bob Atkinson, whose novel set in Georgian Scotland is back at #1 in the alternative history bestseller charts at amazon.com Well done, Bob, and try harder to you also-runs, such as Greg Bear and George Orwell … Continue reading

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Listening to veterans

Here’s former soldier and bestselling author, Bob Atkinson, on the importance of listening to veterans. Veterans During a visit to San Diego, California, my wife and I visited the Shamu show at Sea World. The thing I recall most vividly … Continue reading

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Lighting the Dark in the Scottish Highlands

Here’s bestselling author, Bob Atkinson, on the quiet shadow that reveals a dark past to the Scottish Highlands. Lighting the Darkness I love looking at pictures of Earth taken from satellites. Those taken at night are particularly illuminating – if … Continue reading

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Tour the Scottish Highlands, and pick up a time travel Romance while you’re there!

Fort William is a must-see location for tourists visiting Lochaber and the wider Scottish Highlands. Once in Fort William you should visit The West Highland Museum for their collections of local history and in particular their renowned collection of Jacobite … Continue reading

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Sneek peek of 2013 release: Dead to Rights: a circularity of glosas

Here’s what I believe is called a cover reveal. I feel the term implies there should be some fancy webpage scripting that slides away a covering silk sheet accompanied by a drum roll. Well, I don’t know how to do … Continue reading

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