The Scottish Prisoner Podcast Series
Author’s Notes and Wrap Up
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It’s a wrap!!!! Karen Daugherty of Outlander Medicine, joins me to wrap up The Scottish Prisoner with Author’s Notes and overall thoughts, in this week’s episode, “Let’s Get Pixilated.”
Pixilated means to get drunk not to lose your physical form in this context. We decided it’s our favorite word from the Author’s Notes section and deserves a tee shirt or shot glass with it imprinted upon it. We muse over Diana Gabaldon’s favorite words to use, such as, miasma, alacrity, ozone, inexorable…can you name any more? After finishing this book, I decided even well-read readers need a dictionary sometimes. A dictionary was never far from my fingers when researching for the podcasts.
We laugh, go down rabbit holes, travel into the bog, discuss dowries, and come back to Jamie, Lord John, Claire, Laoghaire, Voyager, and how almighty stinky the 18th century must have been. We are ever thankful for daily showers, and the oh so magical, anti-perspirant and deodorant stick.
What were your favorite parts of The Scottish Prisoner?
What’s Coming up? The Fugitive Green chapters 1-3, from Seven Stones to Stand or Fall collection.
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The entire Outlander book series is written by Diana Gabaldon. You can find her on Twitter and Facebook.
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