Available now at Amazon in Hardcover, Audio and ebook is the Collection of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander & Lord John short stories called Seven Stones to Stand or Fall.
“The Custom of the Army” begins with Lord John Grey being shocked by an electric eel and ends at the Battle of Quebec. Then comes “The Space Between,” where it is revealed that the Comte St. Germain is not dead, Master Raymond appears, and a widowed young wine dealer escorts a would-be novice to a convent in Paris. In “A Plague of Zombies,” Lord John unexpectedly becomes military governor of Jamaica when the original governor is gnawed by what probably wasn’t a giant rat. “A Leaf on the Wind of All Hallows” is the moving story of Roger MacKenzie’s parents during World War II. In “Virgins,” Jamie Fraser, aged nineteen, and Ian Murray, aged twenty, become mercenaries in France, no matter that neither has yet bedded a lass or killed a man. But they’re trying. . . . “A Fugitive Green” is the story of Lord John’s elder brother, Hal, and a seventeen-year-old rare book dealer with a sideline in theft, forgery, and blackmail. And finally, in “Besieged,” Lord John learns that his mother is in Havana—and that the British Navy is on their way to lay siege to the city.
Filling in mesmerizing chapters in the lives of characters readers have followed over the course of thousands of pages, Gabaldon’s genius is on full display throughout this must-have collection.
Matt Roberts did an unannounced Q&A this afternoon. In typical Matt fashion, he teased, dodged and weaved when asked about seasons 3 and 4.
Q How is scouting locations for S4 going?
A Going well, thx. Just in the initial stages though.
Q Have you broken Drums of Autumn yet?
A The first half of the season.
Seated in a chair, Graham McTavish was trying to remain as motionless as possible as makeup artists morphed him into his evil character on the AMC series “Preacher”: the Cowboy, aka the Saint of Killers.
The list of countries is amazing!
Outlander wrapped its filming of Season Three today. Starz released this super cute picture of Sam and Cait on set looking like Jamie and Claire being adorable. Did casting do a fantastic job or what?!
It is looking more and more like a September air date is possible. Let's hope.
Outlander is coming to traditional television in the UK. Channel 4 has secured the linear broadcast rights to Starz’s time-travel drama for their digi-net More4 after striking a deal with international distributor Sony Pictures Television, TVWise has learned. The show’s first season will launch on More4 later this month.
A fierce bidding war for Outlander broke out when the series hit the international market in late 2014/early 2015, which Amazon Prime Video UK eventually won. This deal between Channel 4 and Sony Pictures Television has no impact on Amazon Prime Video UK’s first window deal and they will air the third season within 24 hours of the U.S. broadcast later this year.
The actor, who played the super-entertaining character of Angus on the Starz series (also, RIP Angus) is working alongside fellow Outlander actor Andrew Gower (Prince Charles Edward Stuart) on a new documentary entitled Humpty Dumpty that is all about the life of one Tommy Quickly. He’s a man who is relatively forgotten in the world of music today, but he was a Liverpool artist with many connections to The Beatles, largely because of the presence of manager Brian Epstein.
According to Diana Gabaldon, six of the upcoming Season 3 episodes are very close to the book.
Did Frank Become Unfaithful?Diana Gabaldon also said that the mystery on whether or not Frank Randall (Tobias Menzies) cheated on Claire (Caitriona Balfe) would finally be settled in the coming season. In the book, Gabaldon left this part ambiguous and let the readers decide whether or not they will hate Frank.
I personally don't think this is so mysterious but maybe that is just me.
The winner of the Season 2 A Title Card Polls is... Useful Occupation and Deceptions!
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