‘Gaelic calls spin a web through the mist in arcs of soft sound. Fear unsteadies the unseen flocks on the scrub heather hillside as men and dogs weave a trap around them in the darkling night. Once the flocks are penned, then the lanterns are turned towards the south. The watchers wait in silence.’
– The Highland ‘Voice’
Well, I was expecting something a little more spectacular. Perhaps not in the style of the Millenium Bug but something to register the change of state from pre-publication to publication! However, ‘The Wolf of Dalriada’ seems to be well represented on the World Wide Web and available for purchase (as print and/or e-book) from this Website or Amazon. The e-book is also available from Troubador publishing.
So – a modest celebration! I have just registered with the Public Lending Right agency and – in due course – three or four days – you should be able to borrow ‘The Wolf of Dalriada’ from public libraries. The pecuniary advantage to me will be small but it will exist so please do borrow ‘The Wolf’ as often as you can. Thank you.