I remember the first time I heard about Outlander, which was just a few years ago. I must have been the only person on the planet who hadn’t heard of Diana Gabaldon. My critique partner was so excited about this book she’d read. I trust her judgment so I picked up the book. Usually, I don’t care to read about the time period Outlander begins with, but I kept reading, and when I’d finished the entire book, I was hooked.
These research trips of yours sound like action packed fun! Readers, enjoy living vicariously with Nancy today on her travels! Love the photos!! I used to be a big travel buff. I represented my company at trade shows and enjoyed flying up and down the east coast. Today, however, I am older and working for myself as a full-time author, but I still travel to writer conferences. Post 9/11, I find I enjoy traveling by car or train more than by air. Trust me, though. When the opportunity comes to visit Scotland, I am UP THERE! I recently traveled from my current home in central North Carolina to the White Mountains of New Hampshire to volunteer at the annual gathering [...]
10/18 – 20, Check out AS THE PAGE TURNS BLOG & Win: Prize Detail • Today’s (10/18) leave a comment under todays post and THREE readers of the blog will be entered for a chance at a copy of The Viper • On (10/19) leave a comment under tomorrows post TWO readers of the blog will be entered for a chance at all the books in the Highland Guard series to date (The Chief, The Hawk, The Ranger and The Viper) • On (10/20) leave a comment under Thursdays post and ONE reader of the blog will be entered for a chance at all of Monica McCarty’s books. On sale October 18, 2011 The war for Scotland’s sovereignty rages on—as [...]