Janice is all the talk at Cambuslang Library
Cambuslang author Janice Ross held a talk in Cambuslang Library about her debut book, Voices Galore.
The book is a community narrative brought together from interviews she carried out on community radio while living on the island of Barra.
It took Janice seven years to complete the book.
Her radio show‘Barra Island Discs’saw her interview 150 people out of a population of 1100.
She picked the best 30 to create a voice for the island and chose the name due to Barra’s links with the famous‘Whisky Galore’story.
Among those she interviewed were poet Christopher Brookmyre and Professor Sir William Stewart, former chief scientific officer to the UK Government, known locally as Bill the Crofter.
Of the Cambuslang event, she said: “The library event was wonderful, Maria the librarian is a great host.”
Janice will also host talks at Waterstones in Oban, on August 11 and East Kilbride on August 18.
Booked out Janice Ross, second from left, with some of her supporters at Cambuslang Library