Colin Galbraith's Fringe Fantastic Sells Out - Second Edition Published

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Colin Galbraith is one of Scotland’s fastest rising writers. The success of his inaugural book, 'Fringe Fantastic', has meant that a second edition of the popular book of poetry and photography has recently been published. Inspired by the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, this book has proved that the small independent publisher can reach dizzy heights in the literary world.

Scottish Author, Colin Galbraith, published his first book of poetry, 'Fringe Fantastic', in December 2005. Inspired by the Edinburgh Fringe Festival of the same year, the book was met with critical acclaim and sold well across the UK, USA, Canada and Australia.

A second edition was recently commissioned, re-edited and the book published again and now comes with the added option of being able to purchase it on Kindle or as an ebook, as well as paperback.

“I’m absolutely delighted,” explains Galbraith. “I always knew this book had something special to offer, though I never really imagined it would appeal much to anyone outwith Edinburgh.”

Asked about the new electronic format he says, “I think it will be a better way of helping to make the book more available to my international readership. With technology changing, I thought it would be a good way of reaching more and more people.”

The last few remaining first edition copies are now only available through Galbraith's website. Each one has been signed and is being sold on a first come, first served basis.

Galbraith’s popularity as a contemporary writer is growing fast. Since he began to write seriously several years ago, he has had a string of short stories, articles and poems published in various publications, both in print and online.

Contact Details
Colin Galbraith is available at short notice for interview. Please contact him via any of the following methods:

E: press(at)colingalbraith(dot)co(dot)uk

'Fringe Fantastic' is available for preview and purchase at

Book Details
ISBN: 1-4116-5441-2
Publisher: Smashing Press

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