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So close...

Posted on April 18, 2013 at 10:45pm 0 Comments

   - Busy reconciling the last bits & drafts of Janus Paradox. Feeling _so_ close to having a complete final draft, ready to send off.  Eeeeep!!!

   I've sent off the first third of the final document to one of my editors for any last feedback and I'm feeling really good about it.  It took forever for me to figure out how to format the pagination so that I could include the chapter titles on every other page w/the page numbers.  Couldn't find anything via websites. I ought to post…


Jacket Blurb: The Janus Paradox by Cymbric Early-Smith

Posted on March 15, 2013 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

 - Happy Friday All!  New Jacket Blurb Posted for your perusal and feedback:

...A kinship woven over the centuries - mysteriously frayed by a modern peril - can only be mended by two strangers returning to a shared past, rekindling and reforging a love for all…


My Synopsis / Opening Chapter

Posted on November 10, 2012 at 4:42am 0 Comments

Elevator line for The Janus Paradox: A time-rift in the 21st century must be healed from a thousand years in the past – by two people who no longer know each other… 

Analogy: Romeo & Juliet meets ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’, set in the time-traveling situations of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series 

Expanded Analogy: Imagine the timeless lovers of Romeo & Juliet, fated to be together, yet made to suffer the consequences of the altered…


On to the last bits... FINALLY!

Posted on September 12, 2012 at 7:53pm 0 Comments


Good Morning All!

   I have been really struggling over the last couple months (!) with a middle chapter of my book, which developed into one of the major turning points in the life of my main character (Version B of the main character, that is - remember it's a time…


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At 3:40am on December 14, 2011, Cymbric Early-Smith said…

Thanks Lori, bless your heart, that's very generous of you.  I'm quite excited about finding this site, even as I'm still trying to figure out all the 'bells & whistles'.   :)   

At 9:51pm on December 22, 2011, Sean Noonan said…

You are more than welcome. One thing I will say is read the masters and learn from them. The way I read has definately changed since I started writing myself. can't even watch a movie without breaking it down. The good ones always entertain, and the not so good ones give a lot of lessons.

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