Diana Gabaldon on 'Outlander's Jamie and Claire Fraser Getting Colorful in Her Latest Book

It's been eight years since the release of The Official Outlander Coloring Book in October 2015, but it's time for Outlander fans to break out the crayons

colored pencils and get creative again because volume 2 of the coloring book based on Diana Gabaldon's New York Times bestselling series of novels has just been released.

Volume 2 is based on Dragonfly in Amber, so the illustrations depict Claire Beauchamp Randall and Jamie Fraser as their adventures 

take them from the bustling market streets of Paris to the resplendent court of Versailles, through secret passageways into forbidden apothecaries, and onto battlefields to fight for freedom.

"That's all part of it," she continued. I think they invite everyone into the show because they're such friendly people - and I think we forget Scotland is also a character."

"The scenes in the coloring books are drawn from the books; each one is accompanied by a relevant quote from the book in question, in fact," Diana says in this exclusive interview with Parade.

While fans of the STARZ series have come to recognize Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe as Jamie and Claire, the illustrations in The Official Outlander

Coloring Book are drawn from the illustrators' imaginations as they imagine the characters as described by Diana in her novels.

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