SCOTTISH TV star Sam Heughan will be talking all things Outlander with the author of the hit series next book.

Author Diana Gabaldon is set to release the ninth book of the historical sci-fi saga which earned an on-screen adaptation in 2014.

Now, ahead of the first release in the book series since 2014, star actor Sam Heughan will be involved in an event which will see Gabaldon chat in-depth about the Outlander books and TV show with the scot, and the series executive producer Maril Davis.

The event titled ‘An Outlander Celebration’ is being held virtually on Monday evening, and tickets are still available for fans to pick up.

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The American author announced her guests on her social media accounts earlier this week.

She said: “Less than a week until Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone is officially on sale!

“While we wait, I have some exciting news to share about the virtual launch event on Monday 11/22, about two very special guests who will be joining me – Sam Heughan and Maril Davis.

“I hope you’ll join us next week at the event, to hear the three of us in conversation discussing the new book, the show, and more.”

Ticket holders will need to access the event via zoom, but they will also get the rare opportunity to ask questions of the mind behind the books, and also the face of the Starz TV show.

It is the only event that the author will be hosting to promote her new book.

Tickets are available in different forms which allow exclusive access to select ticketholders, and it also offers a first edition copy of the book before its release.

Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone will be release on Wednesday November 9.

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The Q&A comes as the tv-series announced that it is looking for young scots to apply to work behind the scenes on the tv show’s 7th season.

The Outlander Trainee Scheme usually recruits every year and offers young people looking to make their way into the film and tv industry an opportunity to learn on a professional set in various departments.