Happy St Patrick's Day 2019!

Happy St Patrick’s Day 2019!

March 17th is right around the corner, and all of us at Ringwood wish you a very happy St. Patrick’s Day. The city of Glasgow has had a long and colourful relationship with Ireland over the centuries, and so as a proudly Glaswegian publisher, with some truly fantastic Scottish-Irish authors, we wanted to brush up on our history …

Ringwood E-books

Carrying stacks of books around can be pretty inconvenient. Because of that you can buy all your favourite Ringwood books as e-books on all regular outlets such as A Gordon For Me, Memoirs of a Feminist Mother, Torn Edges or Stirring The Dust. Do you need an idea for which one to start with? Search …

Books & Brews

Books & Brews

Beer and books are both an indulgence, but have you ever tried to combine them? Substitute the compulsory tea with one of our suggested beer to give your reading experience a tasty twist. The first beer to be suggested is brewed in the former beer capital of Scotland, Alloa, about a one hour drive from …

Ringwood Authors at Book Week Scotland

Book Week Scotland 2018 celebrates books and reading from Monday 19th to Sunday 25th of November, combining an exciting mix of author readings, book fairs and swaps, exhibitions, film screenings and other events all over Scotland. Ringwood is proud to once again play a part in the ambitious project, where six of our talented authors …

Hiking the Munros of Scotland

Hiking the Munros of Scotland

Between 3000 ft and 4409 ft high, more than 6000 climbers since 2009 – The Munros are an outstanding part of Scotland’s rich nature. Climbing all 284 of them is a popular goal among visitors and natives, called ‘Munro-bagging’, and if you are considering to don your hiking boots, here is what you need to …

Our Top Three in Glasgow

Our Top Three in Glasgow

Looking for a nice place to enjoy your new Ringwood book? In that case we have some suggestions: Our top 3 places to read Ringwood books in Glasgow! The Hidden Lane Tearoom This beautiful, creative Tearoom literally hides in a tiny lane branching off Argyle Street called “The Hidden Lane.”  The lane is known for …

Koh-I-Noor recipe book now available

Koh-I-Noor recipe book now available

Following the recent launch of The Full Bhoona, articles have been popping up in the press. Click here to read the full article! The Full Bhoona is the story of Glasgow’s oldest Indian Restaurant, The Koh-I-Noor; the Tahir family who founded and run it; the food they serve; and the generations of memories they have created …

A Geological Guide to the Fossil Grove, Glasgow

front coverA new geological excursion guide to the Fossil Grove in Glasgow’s Victoria Park has been produced by David Webster and Iain Allison of the Geological Society of Glasgow. As well as describing the fossil trees in the building it includes several very interesting localities in the quarry area which is accessible even when the fossil house is closed. In the quarry a variety of interesting igneous and sedimentary features can be observed. The vegetation in the quarry area is currently being cleared and the rock faces cleaned so there’s no excuse for not visiting (and buying the guide)!

JUST PUBLISHED: A Gordon for Me by Brian Robertson

Gordon Cover FrontAn honest and brave account of National Service in the 1950s. Brian Robertson spares no detail in his story, from simple farmer’s son to a Gordon Highlander.

A Gordon For Me is an entertaining and compelling story of one man’s experiences of the Armed Forces, and the true nature of international conflict.

What starts off as an exploration of the ecclectic nature of the army, takes an unexpected twist down the obediance, ruthlessness, and brutality of training and war.

This book is not a celebration of war.

For more information and to order go to:  A Gordon for Me

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