SCOTLAND – DAY 5
After a quick getaway from Glasgow to avoid the incoming pope we drive north along the west bank of Loch Lomond, taking a quick detour (in Scotland there is no such thing incidentally) down the scenic route our skipper had suggested. Three hours and two rolls of film later we arrive at … Continue Reading ››
Scotland – DAY 4
After a day in and around Glasgow doing press interviews and photo shoots – sounds glam, but basically me perched on castle ramparts in a gale trying to look wistful, while my hair sticks to my lip-gloss and rain dribbles down my neck – the next, my birthday, dawns with a menacing … Continue Reading ››
Scotland – DAY 2
It’s a bright, showery morning as we drive west from Dumfries towards the breathtaking wilderness of the Galloway Forest Park. The hills march before us, a restless landscape of peaks and troughs appearing and disappearing with every torturous twist in the road. To the northwest they climb higher still, marking the borders … Continue Reading ››
Scotland – DAY 1
The Mini, having just recovered from its 2000 mile run across Ireland, groans up the motorway towards Scotland, stuffed to the bonnet with 17 days’ worth of luggage. Lee gives me a hard time over the amount of shoes I’ve packed, so I tell him he’s lucky he’s not in King Edward’s … Continue Reading ››
It’s early morning and I’m driving through Co. Cork, Ireland, or rather being driven – my Dad tried to teach me when I was 16, but after the old banger (car not Dad) exploded halfway up a Devon hill I gave up. So, Lee is the designated chauffeur. He doesn’t mind. He has … Continue Reading ››
Robyn Young, internationally bestselling author of the Brethren and Insurrection Trilogies & the forthcoming Renaissance series.
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