Putting Scotland on the map

‘We can have faith in Scotland’s future with young writers like this.’ – Meaghan Delahunt

Atlas of Scotland: A Vision of a Nation

Produced as a visually striking hardback book, the Atlas of Scotland uses hand-drawn maps and illustrations to tell Scotland’s story. It explores in detail how Scotland was made, its history and culture, as well as its long standing as one of the ancient kingdoms of Europe. The Atlas was described as “an extraordinary vision of the country” by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.


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By highlighting many different aspects of Scottish culture, I hope to inspire fresh perspectives, challenge preconceptions, and encourage Scotland’s creativity and imagination.

Celebrating 700 years of the Declaration of Arbroath

For 700 years the Declaration of Arbroath has been one of Scotland’s most powerful national symbols. In The Illustrated Declaration of Arbroath, Andrew celebrates the Declaration as one of the earliest foundation stones of Scottish identity, and explores its profound impact on modern ideas of freedom and democracy. 



All of my books are available to buy directly from this website. By buying direct, you’re really helping to support my work as a writer. You can also ask for personalised inscriptions and signings. Find out more about all of my books below:

Atlas of Scotland (2021)

A unique hand-drawn atlas, telling Scotland’s story through maps and illustrations.

The Illustrated Declaration of Arbroath (2019)

Celebrating 700 years of the Declaration of Arbroath, one of Scotland’s most important national artefacts.

Summer of Independence (2016)

A colourful account of the 2014 Scottish independence referendum written from a grassroots perspective.