Unfortunately, I wasn't able to attend the lovelyTony Black's book launch last week, but, apparently, both Ian Rankin and William McIlvanney made it. Damn - I always miss the best parties. But if like me you couldn't make it here's a video featuring the new book LONG TIME DEAD. And Tony tells the Press and Journal how he recently shared dinner and funny handshakes with the Freemasons. And a review of the book by Paul Brazill who calls it an urban classic - nice.
The charming Michael Malone interviews Bill Kirton.
Christopher Brookmyre with some schoolboy memories on video for BBC Radio Scotland.
In a recent blog post from Craig Robertson, he says he has just finished writing SNAPSHOT, the follow-up to his debut novel RANDOM.
Iain Banks' new book comes with an iPhone app.
Creative Scotland is officially launched.
The shortlist for the Theakstons Old Peculier crime novel of the year has been announced. Congratulations to all nominees.
The latet reviewingtheevidence round up has a couple of reviews of Scottish books - first of all Catriona McPherson's DANDY GILVER AND THE PROPER TREATMENT OF BLOODSTAINS and also Stuart MacBride's DARK BLOOD.
There's a hunt on for the lost manuscripts of Robert Louis Stevenson.