From the Bookshop

Scotland’s Bookshops – The Watermill, Aberfeldy

November 18, 2017

Tell us the story of your shop Moving to Aberfeldy in Perthshire 14 years ago, we found a semi-derelict grade-A mill building. Six months of building work later, The Watermill Bookshop, Café & Gallery was opened by Michael Palin. Since then we have had fantastic support from our local customers...

Scotland’s Bookshops – Citadel Books, Edinburgh

October 7, 2017
by Anna Marshall

In celebration of Bookshop Day 2017 SRB talks to author Alan Spence about Scotland's newest bookshop.

Scotland’s Bookshops – The Highland Bookshop

July 1, 2017

UPDATE The Highland Bookshop in Fort William is now open. The Highland Bookshop in Fort William is still a work in progress and will open its doors for the first time on 14 July 2017. Here co-owner Kevin Ramage tells the story of the new shop: I thought the Watermill Bookshop in Aberfeldy kept me plenty...

Scotland’s Bookshops – The Nairn Bookshop

March 2, 2017

The Nairn Bookshop is located in the small sea-side town of Nairn on the Moray Firth. It was established in 1988. At the beginning of November 2015 we moved across the road to larger premises which has proved to be very successful. The larger floor area has allowed us to offer an increased selection...

Scotland’s Bookshops – Yeadon’s Books

January 23, 2017

Yeadon’s of Elgin is about to celebrate its 130th birthday. It is Scotland’s oldest continuously trading bookshop.

Scotland’s Bookshops – The Shetland Times Bookshop

December 5, 2016
by Karen Baxter

Every month we aim to publish a Q&A with a bookseller from one of our favourite bookshops in Scotland. This is the first of these columns and comes from Scotland's most northerly bookshop (we think), The Shetland Times Bookshop.