Aye and then there’s Tracey Cowan. Now she definately is one different kettle o fish. Maybe bucket would be a better description. But there’s nae flies on her. She’ll see ye coming a mile away, and ken what tae dae when you arrive. It might be ye’ll struggle a wee bit tae understand her Scots leid, but then she can break into English when she wants,despite her dyslexia, as she proved on pages 126-127 of Justified Sinner.
Published by Alan Addison
Before graduating in English Literature at the University of Edinburgh in 1995, I worked as a master joiner/carpenter. Following graduation from university, I studied for a post-graduate diploma in Community Education and worked as a literacy tutor in Community Learning and Development. I have gained education awards and published an academic paper on the use of Scots language in family literacy work. I have produced teachers' notes for the Scottish Book Trust. My first work of fiction, Justified Sinner, was completed in 2016. Since then I have published three more novels in the JP Associate series. View all posts by Alan Addison