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Moore's TV adaptation of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander book series is here, and it's of actor Sam Heughan as 18th-century Scotsman James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser. Given the fangasm that erupted when Starz posted this on the show's Facebook
Moore shared the first change he's going to make to his TV adaptation of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander...But the audience was treated to a foggy look at the mist-covered hills of Scotland along with plenty of shots of Highlanders wielding swords, tartan,
After watching The Time Traveler's Wife last weekend I decided to make a list of the best Flashback Friday time travel romances to feed the addiction. The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger What would the list be without the book that sparked
Newcomer Sam Heughan is to play the role of Scottish warrior Jamie Fraser in the upcoming series "Outlander," Starz and Sony Pictures Television said Tuesday. Based on Diana Gabaldon's international best-selling books, the drama is to premiere on the
Starz says it will begin shooting "Outlander," a drama series based on Diana Gabaldon's books, in Scotland this fall. The network said the 16-episode series is slated to premiere in 2014...Moore and Jim Kohlberg are executive producers of "Outlander."
Gabaldon was in Flagstaff for the thirteenth annual Highland Tea with Diana Gabaldon hosted by the Northern Arizona Celtic Society. Gabaldon is a native of Flagstaff and graduated from NAU in 1973 with a bachelor's degree in zoology...Gabaldon is the
Gameboard of the Gods by Richelle Mead We're pretty big fans of Mead's Vampire Academy novels so it's pretty exciting that she's changing gears and doing a book series set in a dystopian future...Corey The third volume of Corey's blockbuster space
The first introduces Elena, the only female werewolf in existence. In the second, Elena must survive being kidnapped and imprisoned by a wealthy obsessive. Beginnings, a prequel published in Tales of the Otherworld , tells the story of Elena's
Moore made an indelible mark on television with the first couple seasons of Battlestar Galactica . So we've been waiting eagerly to find out what his next television project would be, after the fantastic 17th Precinct never made it to our screens.
The Cause had attracted people of romantic temperament; doomed causes usually did, Jamie Fraser muses toward the beginning of Diana Gabaldon's winning new novel. For this Scotsman, who nearly lost his life during the Jacobite rebellion, no cause