01.06.2012 [News & Issues] - Or are you like me and only wish you did (I've long been a fan of DianaGabaldon)? Does your surname indicate possible Scottish origins? Are you looking for an excuse to visit Scotland? Scottish genealogy is much like genealogy elsewhere - vital
On the tails of A Breath of Snow and Ashes, her sixth addition to the hugely popular Outlander series, author DianaGabaldon sits down with us to talk about how her personal life... - 10.19.2006, YouTube
02.06.2012 [Winnipeg Free Press] - The Scottish Prisoner By DianaGabaldon (Anchor, $21) THE new entry in the Outlander historical fantasy series sees hero Jamie Fraser in league with Lord John Grey. The Measure of a Man By JJ Lee (McClelland & Stewart, $20) THIS Vancouverite's memoir
31.05.2012 [Montreal Gazette] - New in paperback: The Scottish Prisoner, by DianaGabaldon Top sellers (not ranked): Fifty Shades of Grey, by EL James; Fifty Shades Darker, by EL James; Fifty Shades Freed, by EL James; Stolen Prey, by John Sandford; 11th Hour, by James Patterson
27.05.2012 [Press Herald] - But I read DianaGabaldon's "Outlander" series, a fairly well-known series, and that contains a lot of history, so I learned about such things as the Battle of Culloden. And then I picked up this postcard which had a part of the Declaration of Arbroath
13.05.2012 [SheKnows.com] - Beatriz Williams' debut novel Overseas has been compared to none other than Outlander by DianaGabaldon. While it often does a book a disservice to be compared to such a hit author since it can raise expectations to unreasonable levels, in this case
Stealing the Dragon by Tim Maleeny (suspense intrigue thriller) Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen (sort of a historical memoir) Outlander by DianaGabaldon (historical romantic time travel) My favorites in this series were the first and the second, Dragonfly in Amber A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice ...