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Diana Gabaldon, author 'Outlander,' says that writing is an engineering job.

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Diana Gabaldon, author 'Outlander,' says that writing is an engineering job.

It's over. After seven years, the ninth book in the literary saga "Outlander" by Diana Gabaldon (Arizona 70 years old), arrives. "Tell the Bees That I Left" (Salamandra) is the new addition to the epic story that inspired a successful television series. Claire Randall, a combat nurse, continues her adventures and her mysterious trip back in time to 18th century. Two men and a woman who has lived two lives. Yesterday was the first time that the Spanish capital hosted the presentation of the work.

This saga has attracted more than 50 million readers. It will be ten installments. This story is a tale of a woman who loves fantasy, romance, and fiction. The initial setting was the Highlands of Scotland. She moves on to the War of Independence in America in her last book. Although she is open to the possibility of a trip to Spain in her next book, she has doubts about how to tie it. Gabaldon jokes that she is open to any possibility.

The television series that is available on digital platforms has made the narration more impactful. In May, the production completed its sixth season. According to the author, it is a "successful adaptation" and she is thrilled by the success of her plots. Although there are limitations, it is impossible for a book to be translated to audiovisual. However, I enjoy the realist feel it gives to the lyrics. It gives life to characters who have been with us for so long. This is just a reflection of the immense potential of the novels. Gabaldon defends her writing in this way

He has been writing his last Outlander book for seven years, eight years after the first 'Written With the Blood of My Heart'. She claims that she is not under more pressure now than she was at the beginning of the series. When she woke up, she found in her first drafts notes from her husband. This made her the first person to be able to read what she calls a record number. .

Fans had to wait a while, but it was worth it. Condensing the history and wars into a concise volume is a remarkable feat. He also wrote four books during the seven-year gap. She says that five books are not too bad for a time of less than ten years. It is a difficult task to get the new reader, who will open with the ninth installment, to learn about the previous books and ensure that the old one does not become bored. He says that writing is an engineering task when faced with such a challenge.

The nine novels have been brought to life through a long and tedious process of research and documentation. It is difficult to accept the reality of past centuries. However, it is possible to dive into the emotions and learn how people lived at that time. This knowledge goes beyond literature. I have been complimented for the detail of the story. My background as a scientist is what enables me to give precise details and descriptions. He points out that this has increased my observation ability.

Gabaldon is Mexican-American and his father is Mexican. He studied Marine Biology and earned a doctorate of Zoology. He explains that he investigates alone as a result of the insufficient planning. The "little seeds" that gave rise to the more than 1,000 pages in "Tell me about the bees that you left", are now more than 1000. This writer says that occurrences are the basis of a whole story. One point, phrases are formed and then come actions that complement one another. My brain's more rational side formulates dialogue and technical aspects of writing. My creativity explores scenarios, sensations>.

Apart from books and authors, his life is his source of inspiration. >. Gabaldon has been a journalist for more than 30 years and continues to use that method to counter criticism. "You can't please everyone, whether it be two readers or fifty millions." He clarifies, however, that he wishes to have conversations with all of them.

She adds that she is a well-respected author, which forces her to do her best work "because people will talk about it." She never stops writing. She is currently working on her next book, and she doesn't rule out the possibility of more once the ten installments are completed. "Sometimes, the end of one gives way to another."

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