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"Tales of one man’s surprising encounters in the 1790’s Highlands of Scotland with a diversity of characters, castles, a bipolar witch and more. This fast paced novella will not only be of immediate interest to Scotophiles, but normal people as well. It is multi-situation driven for any age or sex that enjoys sitting ‘round a campfire, on the family porch, or during long tr "Tales of one man’s surprising encounters in the 1790’s Highlands of Scotland with a diversity of characters, castles, a bipolar witch and more. This fast paced novella will not only be of immediate interest to Scotophiles, but normal people as well. It is multi-situation driven for any age or sex that enjoys sitting ‘round a campfire, on the family porch, or during long trips listening to, or telling stories. A book of several encounters, each designed to give the reader a solitary respite of enjoyment and diversion. All tales are tied together by one man on a life-changing quest ... Shamus, a man with many remarkable tales to tell. The author introduces a unique writing style developed through many years of creating radio advertisements and a weekly newspaper column, each effort designed to grab attention and quickly advance the story. Dialect and other technical assistance provided by a professional Scottish tour guide, a native Gaelic speaker and other native Scots."


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"Tales of one man’s surprising encounters in the 1790’s Highlands of Scotland with a diversity of characters, castles, a bipolar witch and more. This fast paced novella will not only be of immediate interest to Scotophiles, but normal people as well. It is multi-situation driven for any age or sex that enjoys sitting ‘round a campfire, on the family porch, or during long tr "Tales of one man’s surprising encounters in the 1790’s Highlands of Scotland with a diversity of characters, castles, a bipolar witch and more. This fast paced novella will not only be of immediate interest to Scotophiles, but normal people as well. It is multi-situation driven for any age or sex that enjoys sitting ‘round a campfire, on the family porch, or during long trips listening to, or telling stories. A book of several encounters, each designed to give the reader a solitary respite of enjoyment and diversion. All tales are tied together by one man on a life-changing quest ... Shamus, a man with many remarkable tales to tell. The author introduces a unique writing style developed through many years of creating radio advertisements and a weekly newspaper column, each effort designed to grab attention and quickly advance the story. Dialect and other technical assistance provided by a professional Scottish tour guide, a native Gaelic speaker and other native Scots."

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