Stormy Skies over St Combs Beach

St Combs Beach

Wandering barefoot. Along the sand. At St Combs Beach.

sand worm castings

Tiptoeing between the sandworm castings.

St Combs Beach

Feeling the smoothness and solidity of the rocks.

shells at St Combs Beach

Bending down to look at some wee sea snails.

seaweed at St Combs Beach

Leaping over the seaweed.

sand storm

A sand storm blows up on the way back.

rocks in the sea

But the skies stay dramatic.

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There’s a great review of The Mermaid and the Bear over on The Inquisitive Inkpot: “This is where I connected with Isobell: I connected with her when the fragility of her world suddenly mirrored the fragility of mine. So to speak, I met her in the details.”

And another here on Instagram: “The author has written such a triumphant tale of love, bravery, and true magic for these women and all women.”

The Mermaid and the Bear

Set in a fictional castle in Aberdeenshire, Ailish Sinclair’s debut novel, THE MERMAID AND THE BEAR, features an often overlooked event in history, the 1597 Aberdeen witchcraft panic, and a love story.

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55 thoughts on “Stormy Skies over St Combs Beach

  1. These are lovely photos. I’m heading to the coast tomorrow and can’t wait to get out on the sand and hear the waves crashing. It’s the one thing I miss at my home in the mountains. Your excellent reviews are well deserved. Enjoy! – oh, and just checking – did you get my emails with the Miss Livingstone documents? I hope you have a good weekend! -Sheri

  2. As soon as I saw your post I new Ailish I new straight away we had been there on our trip around Scotland in 2018, we stayed at a marvellous place called the Tufted Duck right on the beach, very beautiful !

  3. amazing photography.Beautiful! I have nominated you for an award. Check out my post #@LET’S BLOG AWARD. Don’t forget to answer the questions in the end.

  4. This was lovely… even without photos images it would fill the reader’s mind with images. Thanks for stopping at my blog. I’m moving from poetry to fiction for awhile, but poetry is buried deep in this writer’s heart.

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