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30 Day Challenge: Day 18 Name the TV show you have become addicted to

I’ve been addicted to Criminal Minds for a while now. I love looking into the minds of criminals… even if it’s made up.

Right now, my new addiction is Outlander. 29 more words

This And That

Sam Heughan and the NY Times Interview

Sam Heughan gave a recent interview with New York Times writer Bruce Fretts via the phone from Scotland.He always gives a great interview and is very honest in his answers. 394 more words

Outlander

Finally a Brunette Heroine

People are saying Outlander is the woman’s answer to Game Of Thrones. Like Vulture, I don’t fully back this. I mean every one loves their shows with rough men that look like they haven’t showered in the past five months in leather and cotton outfits, bedding a woman while whispering deep insecurities into their ear. 482 more words

Humor

Scottish Icons - Part 1, The Bagpipes

When people think of Scotland, there are certain traditional icons that spring to mind. The opening Ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this year certainly showed the world a few of them although Tunnocks teacakes is not one of the first ones that spring to mind (as delicious as they are)! 486 more words

Travel

Outlander/Cross Stitch

I first read Outlander – or Cross Stitch as it was called in the UK – back in 1992. A wonderful mix of romance, adventure and history set in Scotland, I loved it and recommended it to friends and family. 683 more words

History

Outlander: a Multilingual Performance example

I am a huge Outlander fan. Ever since a friend and fellow actor loaned me her copy of the first book of the series, so I had something to read offstage during the run of… 376 more words

Recommended Reading

Scotland in Toronto, men in kilts and Diana Gabaldon's Outlander on screen

A Scottish-themed cocktail party on a weeknight — how could I resist? Throw in a special preview screening of the first episode of Outlander and an image of Jamie Fraser on the invitation practically commanding you to come — just see that smouldering gaze and outstretched hand! 1,112 more words

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