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Soul Ripping Romance Tag

Thank you, Jo-Ann@Inspiration Pie for tagging me in this new tag, the Soul Ripping Romance Tag! Jo-Ann is a wonderful person, and she and I chat pretty much every day back and forth on the blogs! 854 more words


Bowled over Outlander creator Diana Gabaldon thrilled by new Bonnie Prince Charlie Exhibition

The author was given a sneak peek at a new Jacobites exhibition which opens at Edinburgh’s National Museum of Scotland on Friday.

Outlander creator, Diana Gabaldon, looks thrilled as she handles a rare silver relic left behind by Bonnie Prince Charlie as he fled the Battle of Culloden. 153 more words


Riding The Orphan Train

I can’t remember if I have mentioned it here, but I am addicted to the printed word. I always have to be reading something. That can lead me in some strange directions, such as Jody Hedlund’s latest novel… 650 more words


Outlander Honored Best Foreign TV Series Award

Wayta go Outlander!!

Representing all the way in Shanghai!

AMERICAN series “Outlander” received the Best Foreign TV Series/Serial award as the 23rd Shanghai TV Festival concluded tonight with a star-studded ceremony at the Shanghai Oriental Art Center. 52 more words


It's All About the Honor TSP Week 20

The Scottish Prisoner Podcast Series

Chapter 39-41

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“It’s All About the Honor,” in this 20th installment of The Scottish Prisoner podcast series. Jamie honor’s the boy with a request. 353 more words


The Fiery Cross by Diana Gabaldon 

The Fiery Cross (Outlander Book 5) by Diana Gabaldon; kindle edition 980 pages (the paperback is 1200+ pages)

Potential spoilers ahead, but how do you really spoil 800+ page books … 412 more words


Outlander: Spoiler Free Book Review

Outlander is Diana Gabaldon’s debut historical fiction, romance, adventure, Sci-Fi, fantasy novel published in June 1991. It’s the first book in a series that has also produced novellas, graphic novel, spin-off book series, and a tv show (the first two seasons can be found on Netflix). 1,000 more words

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