My Perfect Place in Scotland
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Sally Magnusson brings together thirty well-known names together to discuss their most sacred spots, including golfing legend Catriona Matthew, the Duke of Buccleuch, Richard Scott, Chief Social Policy Adviser to the Scottish Government, Linda Bauld and Sue Lawrence, the queen of Scottish baking.
As we discover their pivotal moments in life through in-depth interviews and delve into the minds of each personality, we find deeply personal stories that enlighten us, spark our curiosity and show us that everyone has struggles, triumphs and moments which tie us to places indefinitely.
Alongside stunning photography by Susie Lowe, My Perfect Place in Scotland is a captivating collection which highlights the importance of supporting mental health and wellbeing and reveals the special places where we choose to spend our time, which mean so much more than just a pretty view.
Published: 19 October 2023
Format: 246x189mm, hardback
Extent: 256 pages
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Sally Magnusson is an author, journalist and presenter of BBC Scotland's Reporting Scotland. She also presents Tracing Your Roots on BBC Radio 4 and was one of the main presenters of Songs of Praise for many years.
Sally has written multiple books, including the Sunday Times bestseller Where Memories Go, The Sealwoman's Gift, Ninth Child and her third fiction novel, Music in the Dark, which is due out in early 2023. After observing the effect of music on her mother's dementia, she founded Playlist for Life and was voted the Evening Times Scotswoman of the Year in 2018 alongside many other awards for her journalism.
She lives in the countryside Scotland with her husband Norman and whichever of their children currently requires a roof.