First Book WrittenThe first book written
It was in the late'80s that the Outlook show began, by chance, when I chose to start writing a novel for practice." And I did, and I did - and here we're all still trying to find out what the hell you call those things that nobody can describe but that, luckily, most folks like.
But I don't like doing things I've already done, so (despite the fact that this is a serial and the same key actors are involved everywhere) every single chapter is different in terms of texture, sound, approach/topic. They can be reread separately (I can't be sure that those who see the latest one on a bookshop desk will notice that it is part of a set, so the ledgers (with small exceptions) are executed to be alone) mdash;
I would strongly suggest you start with outlanders and read the whole thing in the order of its release (I would say "in chronic order", but this is not necessarily a useful phrase if you play quickly and easily with the times, which I often do): Outlanders, which is released as cross-stitch in the UK.
With the nickname "MOBY", the 8th volume of the cycle was first released in the USA in the 2014 U.S. of this year. This is the 9th volume in the Outlands novel cycle, GO TELL THE BEES THAT I AM GONE - which I am currently working on and researching. Lord John Grey's books are indeed part of the show, rather than being a spin-off - but these books are built differently and focus on Lord John as a key figure.
The Lord John sub-series can be viewed either separately from the major serial or as part of it. When you decide to browse Lord John's tales as part of the Outlander range, you can browse these books after you' ve finished VOYAGER. Have a look at my Outlander Timeline for more detail.
There' s another supplement to the Outlanders series - THE EXILE, a graphical novel. To those who are not familiar with the concept, a graphical novel is essentially a cartoon for adults. TheILE (!) is (!) the first third of the footage in Outlanders, but it's not just an adaption of the film.
I was asked by the journalist who asked me to do this (an occasion I jumped on when I was growing up studying comics and indeed writing comics for Walt Disney) "a new tale of Jamie and Claire, but one within Outlanders. You can find below a listing (and read order) of titles (with an example of covers art) in my Outlook range with link to their websites for more information: