Cynthia Lambylyn(a.k.a., Cynthia Lynn Miller) works in international marketing, market research and business development. Yet, her passions are history (maritime, landscape design, architectural, art and science), reading, writing, going to the theatre and movies as well as traveling. She loves anything related to the seventeenth century, Renaissance, Classic Antiquity and Regency periods, but prefers anything focusing on the eighteenth century, in particular, Thomas Jefferson and George Washington. Miss Miller speaks French and German as well as reads Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, and Spanish She has published a third-place-winning poem entitled ‘Time and ‘Space’ in Richmond Magazine and has also published the article entitled, “William Small and the Making of Thomas Jefferson’s Mind,” in the Fall, 2000, issue of the Journal of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Miss Miller has published her first novel, entitled Fused Loyalties (an historical novel taking place during the American Revolution) as well as a brief biography of Thomas Jefferson entitled, Thomas Jefferson: a Summary View. She has published via the Mount Vernon Digital Encyclopedia as well as via the Bottom of FormInternational Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC) and wrote/published/presented via the World Market Research Association (ESOMAR).
Miss Miller is currently crafting another historical mystery that takes place in the 1780s, amongst the jardins, musées, and bouquinistes, in Paris, France as well as two other novels...one in 1836 Lewes, England, as well as another in 1778-1781 in the Dutch Republic and new American States.