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    Quote Originally Posted by fpw View Post
    I'd love to write about the First Age but it means quite a commitment in time and effort and no idea of how it will be received.
    I'd love to read about the First Age....even if it was a series of short stories done over time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fpw View Post
    I'd love to write about the First Age but it means quite a commitment in time and effort and no idea of how it will be received.
    You've got got a group in SC that'd eat up anything taking place in the first age

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    Quote Originally Posted by fpw View Post

    As Marc said, the Early Years Trilogy starts in 1990 a few months after Jack has come to New York. #1 - Cold City - is in production at the publisher. I've got a number of interim projects underway - a YA series with Tom Monteleone and a novella with Sarah Pinborough - and a few ideas that will be developed after the trilogy. I ain't through yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fpw View Post
    I'd love to write about the First Age but it means quite a commitment in time and effort and no idea of how it will be received.
    If you wrote a romance novel set during the War of 1812, I'd read it. You would manage to make it cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fpw View Post
    I'd love to write about the First Age but it means quite a commitment in time and effort and no idea of how it will be received.
    I'd love to see this, would be top of my list of expansion to the Secret History

    But I could understand a desire to do something completely different
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    Quote Originally Posted by fpw View Post
    I'd love to write about the First Age but it means quite a commitment in time and effort and no idea of how it will be received.
    Maybe after you finish everything else that is currently on your plate?

    A book (or books) on The First Age would really help complete the entire Adversary Cycle/Repairman Jack/Jack: Young Adult universe you've got going on right now. I could see The First Age books being either a single large book, or a trilogy; and consist of Dark Fantasy/Horror, of course.

    Anyway, just wishful thinking on my part. I'm not entirely sure of how large of an audience you'd reach with it, but I'd be willing to bet that any fans of Glaeken or Rasalom would be most interested in seeing it.

    I have to admit that you've really spoiled me on not wanting to read anything else besides your own works lately, so definitely keep 'em comin' if you can!
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    I believe Paul has a hard-core, uh, core of readers who will buy anything with his name on it. I'm certainly one.

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    Good to see you back Blues.
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    Thank you, cobalt. It's good to be back.

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    I'd still love to see a Jack/Pendergast cross over story I can't imagine that a fellow as intriguing as Jack hasn't garnered the attention of dear Aloysious yet
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