Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish are writing a second travel guide to Scotland.
The Clanlands Almanac: Seasonal Stories from Scotland is set to be published on 9th November. It is the sequel to their first book, Clandlands.
It is described as “the perfect escapist guide” according to the publishers, and is intended as a starting point for readers to make their own discoveries.
The book will see Heughan and McTavish guide readers through a year of Scottish legends, traditions, historical and contemporary events while sharing stories and tips in a “light-hearted but informative” way.
Heughan and McTavish said: “If Clanlands was a gentle road trip with our readers through Scotland, this Almanac is a top down, pedal to the metal, up-and-down odyssey through the many byways of a Scottish year. We offer an invitation to anyone who picks up the book to join us on a crazy campervan exploration over 12 glorious, whisky-fuelled months.
“Mountains, battles, famous (and infamous) Scots, the alarming competitiveness of Men in Kilts, clans, feuds, flora, fauna, with a healthy sprinkling of embarrassing personal reminiscences thrown in. Much is explored, all is shared, lawsuits are inevitable. It is a campervan cornucopia of all things Alba.”