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BEES – More Chapter Titles!


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Here’s a bit to enliven your day… the next seven Chapter Titles from BEES!

(The titles for chapters in Section One are listed in a previous blog post.)
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[SPOILER SPACE — in case some people think the titles might give anything away. Though somehow, I don’t think so…]
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SECTION II: No Law West of the Pecos

   CHAPTER 8: Lightning

   CHAPTER 9: Erstwhile Companions

   CHAPTER 10: What Is Not Good for the Swarm Is Not Good for the Bee (Marcus Aurelius)

   CHAPTER 11: Mon Cher Petit Ami

   CHAPTER 12: The Hound of Heaven

   CHAPTER 13: Reading by Firelight

   CHAPTER 14: Duck, Duck, Goose

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Image credit: This photo of me was taken by a lovely French journalist/blogger named Victoria Arias (Twitter name: @mangoandsalt), who was one of several journalists who came on a brief tour of Outlander filming locations in Scotland. It was taken in a small room of Falkland Palace, made up to look like an apothecary’s workroom—they said it was used in Season Two, for the apothecary’s where Claire meets Mary Hawkins unexpectedly. Taken on my trip to receive a VisitScotland Thistle Award.

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4 Responses »

  1. Thank you so much for all the hard work you put into your books. Having a degree in history I know how much research is involved in making these works accurate, or as accurate as history is. Again, I await the next chapter in your continuing saga of the family Fraser.

  2. I really hope that the French title for Chapter 11 means lots of Fergus-related material! He’s my favorite. Thanks for giving us these little glimpses into the writing process. It makes me appreciate even more all the hard work that goes in to writing these massive, impressive tomes.

  3. I love your books. I read the first one and was hooked. I have loved each one and they have provided me with a great pleasure. I look forward to reading #9.

    Thank you for writing this series.

  4. I love the chapter titles and your photo. Anxiously awaiting the entire book. Thank you for the latest update.

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