Scotland stories, books, poems, and more

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This vignette depicts night in the Scottish highlands. Read More
The Wild Woods of Scotland is a place where elves, dwarves, and faeries, dwell. In Scotland, the Princess of Thieves, arrives there so that she can escape from the Dark Elves, whose invasion threatens everyone in the Cursed Lands. The fourth fantasy sequel to the Tavern of Magic. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Aldred Moore, and Sabine, are back at the Tavern of Magic. When they face the Dark Sorceress, she unleashes evil dragons, who unleash fear across Scotland. The third fantasy sequel to The Tavern of Magic. Read More

Book / Fantasy

May 27, 2020

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The Highland Queen, a ruler of Scotland, dominates the city. With the Princess of Thieves threatened, she uses her powers to thwart the Dark Sorceress, as Aldred Moore, and Sabine, make sure their lives aren't in grave danger. The second fantasy sequel to the Tavern of Magic. Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 08, 2020

Reads: 104

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

To the woman that is everything Scotland Read More

Tags: scotland

Poem / Other

December 02, 2019

Reads: 167

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

After a meditation in Loch Ness, Fort Augustus, Scotland I went straight into writing this. Read More
Mr Robson the counterfeit Scotsman, an Englishman who purports to be Scottish even though he's rarely ever been outside his rural village of Vernham (except by mistake when he boarded a bus thinking it was the mobile library), hears tell of a real Scottish visitor staying in the village. This… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Sexy,Scottish historical period drama set in the 17th Century which focuses on the trials and tribulations of The Marquis Of Montrose and his gorgeous wife Isabelle. He inherits the family title from his late father after his sudden demise.This romantic yarn takes the reader on a historical journey to a… Read More
She hadn't gone to Scotland looking for love, but... While on vacation at McLeod Castle in Scotland, Gwen Mackenzie has nightly dreams of an ancient warrior bound by a curse. During the day, she sees Niall, nicknamed #ScottishBoyfriend. She clicks a few selfies with him in the background. Oh, and… Read More

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When American bird scientist, Maggie Chalmers comes to Scotland to study a rare crow, she finds herself in the middle of a hunt led by gamekeeper, Kyle McDunn. The result is not only a thirty year old mystery and the key to her own missing past but possibly love. Read More
This story is from the point of view of Mel, a woman who escaped a small fishing village in Fife when she was in her teens, and made a successful career in London as a travel writer. Divorced, with a nearly-adult child, she comes back to St Monan's to… Read More
So something slightly different...I’m currently trying to write a poem based around life in a small Scottish seaside town (obviously exaggerating greatly) but these are just wee notes that I’ve found and may or may not use...grammar not quite right...musicality and flow not the best etc but hopefully you… Read More
A quickie I just wrote while sunbathing under Edinburgh castle......still doing it. Read More
Tony's got himself into a bit of a scrape with the law. All he can remember is going on his annual boys day out to the pub with his mates before things went awry. So, how exactly did he get here? This story contains choice language and… Read More
A barbarian is a human who is perceived to be either uncivilized or primitive. Barbarians can be any member of a nation judged by some to be less civilised or orderly (such as a tribal society). A "barbarian" may also be an individual reference to a brutal, cruel, warlike, insensitive… Read More
This story is about a Princess I happen to bump into who was on her way to Scotland. Later, back in London, we became real friends. Read More

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A tribute to the fighting spirit of the scots. Read More

Featured Review by Jeff Bezaire

"A magnificent tribute to those mighty and proud tribes! The descriptions in that first stanza paint a crystal clear picture; the savage battles..." Read More

More than seven hundred years after the death of William Wallace, he witnesses from heaven the historical vote for Scottish independence, an does not like what he sees. Read More
It's not exactly seasonal, I know (posted here in June 2017) but this piece was written some months ago for my author blog at This is a light-hearted, hopefully funny short essay, comparing Fall in the east of USA with autumn in the West of Scotland. Read More
When the Scottish landowner James Read is haunted by a ghost, he hires two private detectives in order to help him solve the mystery. But the town of Highland Dawn has more secrets than one would expect... Read More
Ann - Marie was shipwrecked when she was returning home to Scotland. The massive storm transfer her to the other times... Read More
this is a wee monologue i guess, taking the piss out of the a gays that you might meet in london, edinburgh, or whatever. Read More
I have seen so much supposition and misdirected outrage over the political situation in the UK so I thought I'd write a little of my opinion and actual experience of the situation, perhaps then people can stop talking rubbish. Read More

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The House of Ghosts House

It's a story about the most unlikely friendship between a Viking and a Scot. Names: William McLeod and Svren Rhônasson. Svren had been abandoned by his father as he was a child not of Rhône but of Thor. Which meant death to the child by hanging. Unless his daddy left… Read More

Tags: scotland, vikings

A girl discovers she has a gift and now must use it to save her town from an evil king. Read More

Featured Review by Miss Midnight

"Great start, that immediately grabs the readers attention. I like the descriptions and the dialogue and feel that it flowed well together. Mmm, ..." Read More

We were doing a mime workshop on the theme of Overcoming Your Fears of the Unknown. That night I happened to be watching an episode of Outlander and this poem came to me in my sleep. Special thanks to Graeme Montrose for his help in getting the Scottish accent down. Read More
An often funny, often concerning tale of Glasgow life. Read More
This is one of my earlier works, I stopped writing in it because of a lack of imagination and interest. But since it's been on the site it has aroused enough attention to get me to write in it again, and I am glad I did! Enjoy Warriors of Winter!… Read More
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