Hamish McGee

Extraordinary stories from an extraordinary author . . . .. . .. .

About Hamish McGee

Another Time, Another Place . . .   . ..   .. .

Hamish McGee is a writer whose poems and stories transport your troubled soul to times and places where those with vivid imaginations and a yearning for better times will feel at home. Retreat to a place and age where boredom is unknown and adventure is the order of each day.

Some say he was conceived in ancient ages far beyond the mysterious land that lies east of the known world. Others say he was born somewhere on the shores of Alba, long before the heather grew and only the Mist of Time covered the face of the mountains.

HMcG writes poetry and prose. His poetry, epic poetry, is often long – sometimes very long, in fact, book length long. His purpose is to entertain and sometimes inform by telling stories which engage and positively capture the mind, heart and soul of the reader and listener.

HMcG also writes novellas and short stories. Like his poetry, these take the reader to different times and places which evoke long lost memories which aching hearts will understand. Those who want to read a thrilling and engaging story will also appreciate these.

HMcG’s interest in ancient, Medieval and Biblical history, the latter focusing on the early development of Christianity, has led to his current project, “Dreamer”. This novel explores and attempts to explain the life and events of the man who has most influenced humanity and whose presence reverberates to this very day.

12 Comments

  1. Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as though you relied on the video to make your point.

    You obviously know what youre talking about, why throw away your intelligence on just posting videos to
    your site when you could be giving us something enlightening to read?

    • Thanks for that.

      It’s no excuse I know, but the fact is Hamish has been busy organising a recitation evening – co-ordinating creative writing recitations with music and the projection of images which took up a lot of his time. However, that is over and he is cognisant of your comment. he will try to upload more of the “Admonishing Asmodeus” novella.

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    • Thanks again. I’m pleased that you like the writing so much. I hope you will have time to read some of Esha’s more recent poetry.

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