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Why Women Don’t Apply for Jobs Unless They’re 100% Qualified

You’ve probably heard the following statistic: Men apply for a job when they meet only 60% of the qualifications, but women apply only if they meet 100% of them.<p>The finding comes from a Hewlett Packard internal report, and has been quoted in <i>Lean In</i>, <i>The Confidence Code</i> and dozens of articles. It’s …

See 'Outlander' author Diana Gabaldon's cameo on Starz series

Make room, Claire Beauchamp: Another modern-day lass will find herself transported back to 18th-century Scotland during this week’s episode of</i> …

HitFix

In Praise Of Negasonic Teenage Warhead Of ‘Deadpool,’ A Truly Essential Superheroine<p>The Franchise Era Of Filmmaking: What Is It, And How Did We Get …

Fictional Outlander Series Has Real Links to Scotland’s Newly Unearthed Neolithic Ruins

Imagining time travel through ancient standing stones<p>In the first book in Diana Gabaldon's fictional Outlander series, Claire Randall, on her second honeymoon with her husband in Scotland after World War II, visits Craigh na Dun, a make-believe prehistoric stone circle near Inverness, and falls …

Aye, Sassenach — Gabaldon's Appeal Is Timeless

Novelist Diana Gabaldon writes books that sell like crazy but are hard to categorize. Her <i>Outlander</i> series, featuring a determined heroine who falls backward through time to the 18th century Scottish Highlands, has made Gabaldon both wealthy and famous.<p>And now <i>Outlander</i> has been made into a …

SDCC 2014 Video: Rulers of the Realm - Unbound Worlds

I attended the <i>Rulers of the Realm</i> panel at San Diego Comic Con. Why? Because it had an amazing group of writers gathered in one place!<p><b>Joe</b> …

Amazon Book Review

You might have noticed our new address: amazonbookreview.com. When we launched this modest blog with an immodest name in 2007, "omnivoracious" …