museums
parks
dining
hotels
attractions
Follow us...
Home  >  Authors From Aberdeen  >  Lizzie Finlayson





Lizzie Finlayson



Biography of Author Lizzie Finlayson


Lizzie Finlayson was born and brought up in Torry, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. As a child she enjoyed writing but was discouraged by her mother who destroyed her works and sent her to work in a fish factory at 16.


It was to be many years later that Lizzie Finlayson wrote and publish her first book - at the young age of 90! In 2003 her book No Way To Live was published. It recalled the tale of her friend, Elsie, who was an illegitimate child. It describes her upbringing with her auntie in a deprived area of Torry in Aberdeen.


Hot on the heels of its success she led the Denmore Court Oral History Group from the sheltered accommodation complex where she lives. Together the group members created the book A Richt Bourachie o' Fowk where they recall their memories of Aberdeen in the early 20th Century.




Follow us on: Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Contact Me.




In 2005 Lizzie Finlayson published her second book Annie Fae Invercauld which tells the story of a Laird's daughter who leaves rural Aberdeenshire to seek a new life in Aberdeen city. It also includes poems and wartime memories.



Buy Books By Lizzie Finlayson




Buy the books by Lizzie Finlayson.



More famous Aberdeen novelists.






Buried in Grief Novel

My new emotive, suspenseful Aberdeen crime novel is Buried in Grief.

What if the loss of a child was not every parent's worst nightmare?

Hamish and Alison wake to some awful news from the police banging at their door, but what if their trauma was only just beginning?

Read how this couple cope with their grief through to a terrifying ending.

Available in Paperback or Kindle and other devices.

Read the Opening Chapter for Free.




Advertise Here from just £100.

Advertise On About Aberdeen



Katie Hammond Solo Exhibition Lacuna Little Lake Aberdeen Arts Centre

Katie Hammond Solo Exhibition Lacuna Little Lake Aberdeen Arts Centre at 33 King Street with an opening evening on Friday 28th June 2019 from 6pm - 9pm. Entry is free and there will be drinks and nibbles provided at the opening. The exhibition will then be open Tuesday to Saturday 10am - 4pm until 30th July 2019.



© Site contents copyright AboutAberdeen.com 2004-2019. All rights reserved. Privacy Policy / Disclaimer