Maggie Craig is a Scottish writer of historical fiction and non-fiction. She is the author of Damn’ Rebel Bitches: The Women of the ’45. This has been descibed as a modern classic and the definitive work on female participation in the Jacobite Rising of 1745. She is passionate about presenting well-researched history in a readable, accessible and entertaining way.
Her most recent historical novel is One Sweet Moment, a darkly romantic tale of young love and old Edinburgh set in the 1820s. She is currently working on a novel set during the Jacobite period.
She reads widely and enjoys photography.
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20th May 2017 at Aviemore Highland Resort, Outlandish UK Gathering Delighted to be speaking to #Outlander fans at their 2017 gathering in the Highlands, organized by @Outlandish_UK. I’m doing two events on Saturday 20th May. In the morning, I’ll be speaking about some of the real people who played their…
Today is Daft Friday, two Fridays before Christmas Day, and traditionally the start of Yuletide celebrations in Scotland, stretching through to Hogmanay and the all-important seeing-in of the New Year. Daft Friday 1743 has been a day that has stretched for me. In fact, I am worn out after living…
I had a lovely time at Brechin Library in bonnie Angus during Book Week Scotland. I hadn’t been there before and was impressed by the lovely building and the warmth of the welcome inside. My thanks to Christine Sharp, Ann Morrice (both pictured below with myself) and the rest of…