Am Balach Beag a dh’Èisteadh aig Dorsan was awarded the best book for adults at the Royal National Mòd in 2018.
Author of Archie and the North Wind, Angus Peter Campbell, was awarded the Bardic Crown for Gaelic Poetry in 2001, as well as the Creative Scotland Award for Literature in 2002. He was nominated for the Creative Scotland Award for Literature in 2012.
An Leabhar Liath or The Light Blue Book: 500 Years of Gaelic love and transgressive verse edited by Peter MacKay and Iain MacPherson was awarded the Donald Meek Award 2016. It also won the Saltire Society Research Book Award 2017.
Arguing for Independence: Evidence, Risk and Wicked Issues by Stephen Maxwell was shortlisted for 'Polemic of the Year' at The Paddy Power and Total Politics Political Book Awards 2013.
Bad Catholics (now published by Accent Press), the first book in the thrilling Jimmy Costello's series by James Green, was shortlisted for the Specsavers Crime Writers Association New Blood Dagger in the year 2009.
The Bannockburn Years by William Scott won the 1997 Constable Trophy.
Bodywork by Dilys Rose was shortlisted for the 2008 Sundial Scottish Arts Council Book Awards in the Poetry category.
But n Ben A-Go-Go
But n Ben A-Go-Go by Matthew Fitt was one of The List/Scottish Book Trust 100 All Time Best Scottish Books.
Caledonian Cramboclink by William Neill includes work from the book Wild Places which was shortlisted for the Autumn 1985 Scottish Arts Council Book Award.
Constabal Murdo by Angus Peter Campbell was shortlisted for the Donald Meek Award 2018.
Da Happie Laand by Robert Alan Jamieson was shortlisted for the 2010 Saltire Society Scottish Book of the Year Award and for the fiction category for the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Book Awards 2011. The book also reached the longlist for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award 2012.
Eye for an Eye
Eye for an Eye by Frank Muir was the winner of the Pitlochry Award.
The Great Melnikov
The Great Melnikov by Hugh McLachlan was shorlisted for the Sagittarius Prize.
It was also nominated for the Premio Flaiano di Italianistica 2018 by the Italian Cultural Institute, which it went on to win.
Me and Ma Gal
Me and Ma Gal by Des Dillon was one of The List/Scottish Book Trust 100 All Time Best Scottish Books and shortlisted for the 1995 Saltire Society Scottish First Book of the Year Award.
The People's Referendum
The People's Referendum by Peter Geoghegan was shortlisted for the Saltire Society Scottish First Book of the Year Award 2015.
The Price of Scotland by Douglas Watt won the 2008 Senior Hume Brown Prize in Scottish History.
Right to Die by Hazel McHaffie was highly commended for the BMA Popular Medicine Book Awards.
Scar Hill by Alan Temperley was shortlisted for the 2011 CILIP Carnegie Medal and the 2011 UKLA Children's Book Awards.
Scotland's Referendum was shortlisted for the 2014 Paddy Power Awards.
Scotland No More won the Frank Watson Prize 2013, awarded by the University of Guelph, and was shortlisted for the Saltire Society History Book of the Year 2013.
Six Black Candles by Des Dillon won the 2000 Television Arts Performance Showcase Writer of the Year Award, 2001 International Festival of Playwriting Award and the 2004 Critics Award for Theatre in Scotland (Best Ensemble Play).
St Kilda: The Silent Islands by Alex Boyd was shortlisted for the Saltire Society First Book Award 2018.
Voicing Scotland by Gary West won the Ratcliff Prize for the study of folklore or folk life in Great Britain and Ireland. It has also been shortlisted for the 2012 Trad Music in the Media (sponsored by The Saltire Society) Award at the MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards.
Women of Moray by Susan Bennett (ed.), Mary Byatt (ed.), Jenny Main (ed.), Anne Oliver (ed.) Janet Trythall (ed.) was shortlisted for the 2012 Scottish History Book of the Year at the Saltire Literary Awards.
Yesterday's Sins (now published by Accent Press) by James Green was shortlisted for the 2010 East Midlands Book Award.