Diana Gabaldon Audio Books
As a rule, someone with a Masters degree in marine biology, a PhD in quantitative ecology, a university teaching position, and free-lance work for computer magazines and for publications like Disney comics isn't looking for more to do.
Diana Gabaldon has not gotten to where she is in life by following the rules. A New York Times-bestselling author, she writes books that fit into existing categories about as neatly as she does. Which is to say, not at all.
As unconventional as her career has been in so many ways, Diana Gabaldon attributes much of her success to a very conventional "rule": "I work like a dog. How the heck would anybody else do it?" She offers some rules of her own to aspiring novelists, which she'll expound upon in detail in a nonfiction book of essays she's compiling: "1) Read, 2) Write, 3) Don't Stop!"
Her legions of readers and listeners are hoping Diana Gabaldon will never stop revisiting the characters and situations she has created in her Outlander series.
Gabaldon says about herself: I've been getting a lot of requests lately from people doing not only the usual kinds of interviews, but also people in high school, college, (and occasionally middle school) etc., who are doing reports on me and my books. This is very flattering, to be sure, and I'm much obliged to you all. --Recorded Books