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RageAngel December 3rd, 2008 10:54 PM

Heroscapers that are published authors
Well, It's come to my attention that we don't have a thread for this, and in the current dearth of news I thought it might be neat to have a thread for those of us here who are published authors... just in case some of our fellow members want to read our stuff or just for networking purposes.

Those of you in the industry know that "published" can be a touchy word. So, if your work is available to the public, post it here, but I'll keep this first page updated with ISBN-applied, available from major booksellers books here.

Please post links to your works, be they scholarly works, journal articles, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, Lulu.com, ebooks, or sermons. I'll try to keep the first post updated when I can.

General Fiction/Non-Fiction:

RageAngel (aka Paul Nowak)
The Way of the Christian Samurai (or read it free here)
Guerrilla Apologetics for Catholics
Guerrilla Apologetics for Life Issues
The Inconvenient Adventures of Uncle Chestnut

Mossman (aka David Wood)

Pumpkin King (aka Peter King)
The Stranger (short fiction)

ewabbie's wife (aka Barbara Littner David)
Cincinnati Trips with Kids (with photos by ewabbie)

Technical, Academic, and Specialized Writers:

Foundations 3 (textbook)
Foundations 4 (textbook)

Ollie (aka M.A. Ollis)
Some cyclic solutions to the three table
Oberwolfach problem
(PDF, Academic Paper)

Autodesk Manuals & Tutorials
Contributor to Mastering Revit Architecture 2010

Riggler (aka Todd Twilley)
Various News Reports

Technical papers and Whitepapers

Various articles on biochemical engineering

Ryougabot December 4th, 2008 09:25 AM

Re: Heroscapers that are published authors
In 2001 I co-authored a paper that was in
Bulk Solids Handling

I authored a chapter in Foundations 3 - The practical Resource for total Dust and Material Control
ISBN 0-9717121-0-7

I then was one of the 5 main authors of the Foundations 4
ISBN 978-0-9717121-1-9
Both Foundations books are textbooks used in the bulk solids industry

Lord Pyre December 4th, 2008 09:37 AM

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Cool! I didn't know we had a few authors here! I'm going to have to recommend Mossman's book to my mom, as she loves the Dirk Pitt novels.

And I was looking over the reviews on your Christian Samurai book, Rage, and you got some idiots leaving reviews! I wanted to report him for not knowing what a samurai, or a Christian was, but I don't have an account....

Good stuff, guys!

Pumpkin_King December 4th, 2008 11:26 AM

Re: Heroscapers that are published authors
If by "published author" you mean, "an amateur fiction writer who scribbled something that just so happened to make its way onto a small online horror publication, where he got paid five dollars for it," then yes, I'm a published author. :p

Here's a link to the small bit of fiction I wrote. Keep in mind this is basically my copy of the story, but online; it's not officially "on the website" quite yet.

ollie December 5th, 2008 04:09 PM

Re: Heroscapers that are published authors
Not the most exciting piece of work, but you asked for scholarly contributions. Among my papers, this one has the advantages of being available online and needing probably the fewest prerequisites to read: an undergrad course in graph theory or combinatorics should be plenty; one in discrete math might do if you happened to hit the right topics. And, like most authors, I'm willing to talk (and talk and talk) about it if you have questions. :p

loborocket January 4th, 2009 12:07 PM

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My work does not have an ISBN number or anyhting, but I do work as a "writer" professionally. I work on the team that writes tutorials and help files for Autodesk AEC software products. The manuals I have contributed mostly to are Revit Architecture 2009 Tutorials, Revit Architecture 2009 Help files, Revit Architecture Families Guide.

Since others have posted download links here is mine:


Though you really would have no reason to look at this stuff unless you are trying to learn how to use Revit Architecture. :)

ollie January 5th, 2009 12:13 PM

Re: Heroscapers that are published authors
The heroscapers.com Collected Works, is shaping up to be quite a varied read! :up: I'm sure we can get a publisher interested...

SuperflyTNT January 5th, 2009 12:40 PM

Re: Heroscapers that are published authors
I have an array of Technical Bulletins and proprietary guides that I wrote while working for Alpha Metals as well as some white papers that may be available at Alpha Metals' website. Most of them have to do with paste realease and stencil guidelines as it relates to their UP78 and LR725 products, but I did design their 'Horizons' stencil software just before leaving the company.

Woodie Hoo. :lol:

Riggler January 6th, 2009 11:12 AM

Re: Heroscapers that are published authors
Thousands of my articles have been published in daily newspapers as I was a reporrter for almost 10 years. Some articles are not availalbe via the web as some sites require subscriptions to view, one newspaper folded recently (the first one I worked at), and electronic archives were not ported over when the sites updated their formats. But if you google "By Todd Twilley" you will find a sampling -- mostly of articles posted on sites other than the newspapers where they were originally published.

Mossman March 11th, 2009 10:49 PM

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My new book is titled Cibola. Here's a bit about it:

1539- In a remote Spanish outpost, one man holds the secret to the greatest treasure and deadliest secret in human history. Utah, Present Day Cave paintings in a newly-discovered Indian site provide evidence that Christ visited the New World. Or do they? Dane Maddock returns in another unforgettable adventure! When Dane rescues beautiful archaeologist Jade Ihara , he joins her on asearch for the legendary Seven Cities of Cibola. Cibola takes the reader on a journey across the American southwest, where the ruins of the mysterious Anasazi hide deadly secrets, and foes lurk around every corner. Dane and his partner "Bones" Bonebrake must decipher clues from the fabled Copper Scroll, outwit their enemies, and be the first to unlock the secret of Cibola.

"Ancient cave paintings? Cities of gold? Secret scrolls? Sign me up! Cibola is a twisty tale of adventure and intrigue that never lets up and never lets go!"
Robert Masello, author of Blood and Ice, Vigil, and Bestiary

"Cibola by David Wood is a page-turning yarn blending high action, Biblical speculation, ancient secrets, and nasty creatures. Indiana Jones better watch his back!"
Jeremy Robinson, author of KRONOS and ANTARKTOS RISING

"With the thoroughly enjoyable way David Wood has mixed speculative history with our modern day pursuit of truth, he has created a story that thrills and makes one think beyond the boundaries of mere fiction and enter the world of 'why not'? Cibola is a worthy tale!"
David Lynn Golemon, Author of Event--Legend--Ancients and Leviathan

"In Cibola, David Wood creates a tale evoking James Bond and Indiana Jones, bursting with action and intrigue. History is turned on its head in this gripping tale of sects, secrets and double-crosses. With mesmerising treasures in beautiful locations, beautiful women and rugged heroes, mysticism and mystery, Wood spins a yarn that keeps the pages turning."
Alan Baxter, Author of RealmShift,and MageSign

Official release date is Tuesday, March 17, though Amazon has already made it available for sale.


Einar Gen. March 11th, 2009 11:23 PM

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jbbnbsmith March 12th, 2009 01:01 AM

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I've been published a few times in Biochemical Engineering journals. The most significant article was based on my masters thesis and was entitled "Simultaneous Control of Dissolved Oxygen and Dissolved Carbon Dioxide at Constant Shear in a Plant Cel Bioreactor." Riveting stuff. I don't have the reference handy right now, but the publication is "Biotechnology & Bioengineering" and it was published around 1989-1990.

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