Murtagh Fitzgibbons Fraser – We All Need A Murtagh

Around 1715, Murtagh Fitzgibbons Fraser, second cousin to Brian Fraser, attended the Gathering at Castle Leoch to try to woo the hand of Ellen MacKenzie, daughter of the Laird Jacob MacKenzie. During a Tynchal, he killed a wounded boar single-handed with a dagger and Colum MacKenzie allowed him the tusks, which were nearly a perfect…

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Outlander Writer Anne Kenney – An Insight

Writers are the lifeblood of TV production,and without their consideration and understanding of the stunning volume of source material provided by Diana Gabaldon’s books we would not be watching the immensely popular TV series Outlander. The following is an article from April 2016 giving us an insight into Outlander writer and producer Anne Kenney, who…

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Outlander – Let’s Not Forget Diana

We’ve all been really excited this week so full of  #Outlander news, but its made me think about Diana Gabaldon as she continues to miraculously find time to write her book number 9 – “Go Tell The Bees That I Am Gone”. A title which intrigues and somewhat scares us at the same time. Diana…

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#Droughtlander Relief Video – 2 Cellos

Imagine, if you will, an audience awaiting a demure performance of two cellos. In your minds eye perhaps you can see Louise, the Bonny Prince and even King Louis with his swan nipple lady sitting in the seats. I’m sure I saw Monsieur Duvernay… Did you imagine seeing the swans dancing?

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Outlander – How To Describe The Book To Your Friends

Some poor misguided folk think Outlander is a frothy romance – and nothing more.  You may try to describe the book to them (and your partner) without fully being able to inform them of the content. You are not alone in this endeavour. Publishing professionals have had the same problem. So we shall allow the…

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