A world-famous painting depicting the Highlands is go on show in Inverness later this year.
An author's history of a Highland train line has been named railway book of the year.
Four writers from the Highlands and islands have received prestigious awards for new talent.
David F Ross made a striking entrance to Scottish fiction last year with his debut novel, The Last Days of Disco, and his latest work continues in much the same vein.
Paperback by Orenda Books, £8.99 Youthful dreams of a career in music and the horrors of war sit side by side in this sterling debut novel from David F Ross. Set in 1982 against a Falklands War backdrop, Kilmarnock teenager Bobby Cassidy has a grand plan of breaking into showbiz with the town’s best mobile disco.