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Books about Scotland > Introducing my recent novel set in World War 2 Scotland

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message 1: by Murdo (new)

Murdo Morrison | 7 comments Hello, I would like to let you know about my recent book, Roses of Scotland. For more information about the book please visit http://www.rosesofwinter.com. I was born in Glasgow and Roses of Winter draws upon my family's wartime experiences as inspiration. Writing this book was a 'labor of love' and I really would love to get it known to all who love Scottish historical fiction. It is available (modestly priced) on Amazon in the Kindle section at http://www.amazon.com/Roses-of-Winter.... It is also available as a free audiobook at http://www.podiobooks.com/title/roses...


message 2: by Murdo (new)

Murdo Morrison | 7 comments The paperback version of my historical novel Roses of Winter is now available. It can be accessed on CreateSpace at https://www.createspace.com/3652273. It will also appear on Amazon.com within the next day or two. Roses of Winter is also available for libraries and independent booksellers to stock and sell.


message 3: by Moi (new)

Moi (moimoi) | 2 comments Congratulations Murdo


message 4: by Murdo (new)

Murdo Morrison | 7 comments Thank you. Seeing my work as an actual book was quite a moment.


message 5: by Anne (new)

Anne (spartandax) | 23 comments Congratulations on your new book. since i was born during WWII(1941) it sounds very interesting. I know how you feel about holding your book in your hands, when mine was published, I had to keep looking to make sure that was my name on the cover.


message 6: by Murdo (new)

Murdo Morrison | 7 comments Thank you. I started work on the book in 2002, fitting it in the spaces around a work career. Almost a year ago I retired from working for others to devote myself fulltime to writing. I am currently working on a sequel to Roses of Winter. A non-fiction book is finished and I am creating an audiobook version of it. Print and ebook versions are in the works.


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