Think you know about the Scottish Highlands? Learn from someone who knows…

Our time travel Romance set in the Scottish Highlands, The Last Sunset, continues to pick up great reviews. Readers love its powerful mix of action, humour, romance, and that ‘what if?’ question some great books leave in your mind after closing the back cover.

Author, Bob Atkinson, who lives in Lochaber where the novel is set, has been busy posting guest articles and being interviewed. Bob writes some of the best guest posts of any author in my opinion. Here’s a recent selection:

The Last Sunset finalBob writes a guest post on the turning point in history: Culloden

Bob writes a post entitled: A Tale of Two Rebellions

Bob interviewed at Oh, Chrys

The Last Sunset reviewed at Book Worm Brandy: “unique and powerful”

BBC Scotland mentions Bob’s book alongside Scarlett Johansson and Matt Smith as Doctor Who!

The Last Sunset continues to receive a powerful thumbs-up from Goodreads.


Why not try the book for yourself? Available in paperback and eBook editions. Click here for details.


About Tim C. Taylor

Tim C. Taylor writes science fiction and is the author of 21 published novels as of August 2021. His latest book is 'Hold the Line', published by Theogony Books. Find out more at
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3 Responses to Think you know about the Scottish Highlands? Learn from someone who knows…

  1. I really liked the tale of two rebellions. I honestly don’t know much about Scottish history, so it was very interesting. I could not find a way to leave a comment on the Orangeberry Blog, however.

  2. abrach1 says:

    Thanks Armand, your comments here are really appreciated.

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