Scot Fin’s Ramblings + Book, Blog & Images

Recipe for a Scot Fin

Mix a writer, reader, blogger, throw in some travel with a bit of healthy living through workout and nutrition, shake (not too vigorously, I am getting older) and you have a Scot Fin. But be prepared for some Scot Fin’s ramblings via my pages, photographs and blogs.

Ralph and the Girl From Mayfair Towers

Ralph and the Girl From Mayfair Towers

Why Scot Fin’s Ramblings exists

This website exists to provide some insight to the character (me) that created the character, Ralph, from Ralph and the Girl From Mayfair Towers.  The result is Scot Fin’s Ramblings + Books, Blogs and Images. Here you will find a bit about me. There are some blogs on travel and writing. I, however, give no guarantees that I might not ‘ramble’ on about other things. In addition, I have also included some photography pages that help define who I am.

While I gave Ralph a mystic gift (he is pictured on the cover with a female character from the book), my style, in a non-mystic way, should come out in the following pages.  In an attempt to delve into the social media world, my style may also come across in PinterestTwitter and now Instagram.  Further, as I like to describe Ralph as a good natured character, please enjoy this site with the understanding that my intent is to provide a good natured site.

Scot Fin in the library with coffee.

Scot Fin in the library with coffee.


Scot Fin’s Ramblings Featured Photograph



From the Paris Gallery

Somebody left a book in the window. I hope that’s not a sign because that is my favourite restaurant in the Marais. And what to eat at Au Bourguignon du Marais? Best beef bourguignon … next to my wife’s. And what would a Paris picture be without motorcycles. At least those aren’t coming at you regardless of who has the right of way.

From the Paris Gallery

Au Bourguignon du Marais restaurant in the Marais, Paris.

Additionally here are some links to previous Featured Photographs

Back to The Abbey Bookshop in Paris for some book browsing, reading enjoyment. And is there a better way to display books other than in wine crates?