Outlandish Vancouver with David Berry & Àdhamh Ó Broin | Timeless Sass3nach Journeys™
Outlandish Vancouver presents David Berry and Àdhamh Ó Broin at a 4-day event in Vancouver, Canada. A series of events are featured: panels, photo ops, autographs sessions, meet ups, and intimate parties.
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207 Likes, 4 Comments - 📍Outlander fanpage~ (@itsjamiefraser) on Instagram: “/ Happy Birthday Diana Gabaldon - thank you very very much for having created Outlander❤🎉 • • • • •…”
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Go Tell The Bees That I Am Gone
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Aye, Sassenach — Gabaldon's Appeal Is Timeless
Twenty years ago, Diana Gabaldon's time-travel epic Outlander shot to the top of the best-seller lists — and stayed there. NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates digs into the enduring potency of Gabaldon's magic.
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Diana Gabaldon: On superfans, whisky and the ‘miracle’ of Outlander
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