Dan Makgow Smith So Far From Forfar

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Malcolm Macgow is good at what he does: a Scottish blacksmith. Living in Forfar, Scotland in the 1600's with his son, Ian, they make ends meet. Malcolm comes from a long line of blacksmith's and is teaching his son the trade as well. Although not officially single, he lives his life that way since his wife left him some time ago and has basically abandoned the family. His life takes a sudden change when a woman, Kate MacPherson, enters his life and turns him completely upside down emotionally. It doesn't take long before he falls madly in love with her. His life takes a turn for the worse when the local magistrate teams up with a group of domineering men who are bent on taking Malcolm's land right out from under him for purposes that are diabolical and not in the best interests of the town of Forfar. Malcolm's brother, Daniel, now living in the American colonies, has his own set of problems when he is accused of being in league with the Salem witch crowd. Daniel had sailed to America to make his own way in life as a fur trader, but fate had other plans for him in the name of an old family nemesis named, Theodore Higginbottom. Fleeing into the wilderness, Daniel evades capture and meets a woman by the name of Logan Moss, who he falls in love with. Eventually Daniel and Logan make their way back to Salem and prepare to make a stand with whatever awaits them there. In the present time, the brother's descendants come together, as family from America travel to Scotland where they discover their long lost relatives some three-hundred plus years later.

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This is my first novel. I had, for many years, contemplated writing a book but didn't think I had enough to say. I am 57 years old, married with two grown children who live in Europe. I was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, but am of southern parents who gave me the traits of their own heritage from which I am very proud. I have lived in Gatlinburg, TN for the past 15 years where I make my home. I am an avid hiker who enjoys the Great Smoky Mountains and just being out in nature. In writing this novel, I called upon my involvement with the Scottish Highland Games, which I have regularly attended for the past 12 years as part of my heritage. I also am well versed in World and American history. It is my love for Scotland that gave me the encouragement to put pen to paper and see what I had in me as a novelist. I found that the words would flow as if someone were telling me what to write next and where the book should go. My characters came alive to me and I just followed their lead.

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