Gordon MacLeod is a Scottish author and playwright who was brought up on the Isle of Arran, but now lives in Merseyside.
He has written five novels and is about to release a book of five dramatic works for Stage, Radio and Screen.
He has produced work for the Morning Star Newspaper, Life and Work Magazine, the Action on Elder Abuse Bulletin, Rostrum Magazine, Wild Goose Publications, and the Communist Review. His articles also appear regularly in several local Church magazines.
His first novel, 'Silicon Glen', was published by Tartan Moon publishers in July 2009.
As a humorous Adventure story based on the Isle of Arran, it focussed on environmental threats to the island.
His second novel, '76', was published in July 2011, and retold the story of the Clearances that affected a small community on Arran, taking the reader to other notable parts of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
It was given good reviews in both the United Kingdom and in the United States.
'Just a Little Drop More', was his third novel which was released in July 2012. It focussed on the theme of inhumane and degrading treatment of vulnerable people in society.
His fourth, 'Beyond the Tree at Mamre', was a controversial novel, dealing with issues related to sexuality and Christian faith.
His last novel, 'Carrot Toppers', was published in the summer of 2016. It looked at how a small group of people caught up in a climate of austerity, rose above it to bring hope to others facing a similar situation. It is available from the Amazon UK Bookstore in paperback by clicking this link:
A Kindle version can be purchased by clicking the link below:
Gordon has also recently brought together into a single volume, all his other written work for stage, radio and the screen, and these scripts will be released in June 2017.
As they are all set on the island of Arran, it seems fitting he is releasing them under the title of, 'Arran Dramas'.
A short YouTube video can be viewed by clicking the link below, where you will see Gordon introducing his new book:
Gordon can be contacted direct on the email address given on the next page of this website, or by clicking in the email or twitter icons at the top of this page. You can also comment on his work on his blog by going to the third page.