Gabaldon, Diana Biography

Diana Gabaldon is an American author known for her works in the historical fiction and romance genres. She was born in Arizona in 1952.Gabaldon's most notable work is the "Outlander" series, which follows a time-traveling nurse from the 1940s who finds herself transported back to 18th century Scotland. The series has been praised for its rich historical detail, vivid characters, and romantic plotlines.Gabaldon's other notable works include the "Lord John Grey" series, which follows a minor character from the "Outlander" series as he investigates crimes and navigates political intrigue in 18th century England.Gabaldon's writing is known for its meticulous research, detailed historical accuracy, and compelling storytelling. She has won numerous awards for her writing, including the RITA Award, the Quill Award, and the Corine International Book Prize.In addition to her writing, Gabaldon has also worked as a university professor and as a consultant for the entertainment industry. She continues to write and publish new novels and stories, and her works are enjoyed by fans of historical fiction and romance around the world.

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