First up, that unstoppable Clydebank writer, Jack O’Donnell, revisits his bond with a larger-than-life old friend in Charlie Porter – True Irish.
Then a young boy’s association with the monsters in his head is explored in The Dragon In The Water, another drama from the pen of writer, journalist, bletherer and Glaswegian, Pat Black.
An unusual friendship is the subject of Rock ‘n’ Soul, a slice of humour by our favourite Ayrshire writer, Angus Shoor Caan, as he continues in his quest to exhaust the songbook of Paul Kelly, Australia’s unofficial poet laureate.
And last, but by no means least, more Sunday humour is contributed by Aberdeen-based author and ace book reviewer, Bill Kirton, who describes that “perfect” relationship in The Couple.
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