Local Authors Support Highland Hospice Through Book Sales

10 September 2014

Three Highland authors have recently kindly offered to donate the profit from their book sales to Highland Hospice. Marjory Muir has published the delightful children's story, ‘Barra Bear and Carly Cat’s Teeny Tiny Tour of the Highlands’, our Day Hospice patient Goff Todd has written the beautifully self-illustrated tale of ‘Seamus and His New Tractor’ and Simon Berry has put together a moving collection of poetry entitled ‘A Mask for Grieving’.

The Barra Bear and Carly Cat books are available from our Inverness shop and Coffee Shop.  Both Goff and Simon's books will be available soon.  Please email Wendy Clark -w.clark@highlandhospice.org.uk to register your interest if you are keen to purchase either.

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