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Scott Ciencin

Scott Ciencin
Born (1962-09-01)September 1, 1962
Died August 5, 2014(2014-08-05) (aged 51)
Occupation Novelist
Genre Children's, Fantasy, Horror

Malcolm Scott Ciencin (September 1, 1962 – August 5, 2014) was an American author of adult and children's fiction. He co-authored several books with his wife Denise Ciencin.

Contents

  • Biography 1
  • Personal life 2
  • Bibliography 3
    • Forgotten Realms 3.1
      • The Avatar Series 3.1.1
      • The Harpers 3.1.2
    • Robert Silverberg's Time Tours 3.2
    • The Wolves of Autumn 3.3
    • The Vampire Odyssey 3.4
    • The Nightmare Club 3.5
    • WildC.A.T.S, Covert Action Teams 3.6
    • Dinotopia 3.7
    • The Elven Ways 3.8
    • The Lurker Files 3.9
    • Godzilla 3.10
    • Dinoverse 3.11
    • Gen¹³ 3.12
    • Jurassic Park Adventures 3.13
    • Buffyverse 3.14
    • Starfleet Corps of Engineers 3.15
    • Transformers 3.16
    • Kim Possible 3.17
    • EverQuest 3.18
    • Charmed 3.19
    • Kim Possible: Pick a Villain 3.20
    • Standalone novels 3.21
  • Comic books and other works 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Biography

Malcolm Scott Ciencin was born in 1962.[1] He was a New York Times bestselling author who wrote adult and children's fiction and works in a variety of mediums including comic books. Among his works are novels written for the Dungeons & Dragons role playing game campaign settings.[2] He also wrote books for the Dinotopia series.[3] was a New York Times best-selling novelist of 90+ books from Simon & Schuster, Random House, Scholastic, Harper and many more.[4] He had also written comic books, screenplays, and worked on video games.[4] He created programs for Scholastic Books, designed trading cards, consulted on video games, directed and produced audio programs & TV commercials, and wrote in the medical field about neurosurgery and neurology. He first worked in TV production as a writer, producer and director.

Personal life

Ciencin lived in Sarasota, Florida with his wife (and sometimes co-author) Denise. He died in August 2014 of a blood clot to the brain.[4][5]

Bibliography

Forgotten Realms

The Avatar Series

Originally published under the pseudonym Richard Awlinson. Ciencin shares the pseudonym with Troy Denning, who wrote part 3 of the Avatar Series "Waterdeep".

  • Shadowdale,[3] (1989) ISBN 978-0-7869-3105-7
  • Tantras,[3] (1989) ISBN 978-0-7869-3108-8

The Harpers

  • The Night Parade, (1992) ISBN 978-1-56076-323-9

Robert Silverberg's Time Tours

Published under the pseudonym Nick Baron.

  • Glory's End, (1990) ISBN 978-0-06-106013-7
  • The Pirate Paradox, (1991) ISBN 978-0-06-106016-8, with Greg Cox

The Wolves of Autumn

  • The Wolves of Autumn, (1992) ISBN 978-0-446-36248-1
  • The Lotus and the Rose, (1992) ISBN 978-0-446-36249-8

The Vampire Odyssey

  • The Vampire Odyssey, (1992) ISBN 978-0-8217-3853-5
  • The Wildlings, (1992) ISBN 978-0-8217-3934-1
  • Parliament of Blood, (1992) ISBN 978-0-8217-3995-2

The Nightmare Club

Published under the pseudonym Nick Baron.

  • The Initiation, (1993) ISBN 978-0-8217-4316-4
  • The Mask, (1993) ISBN 978-0-8217-4349-2
  • Slay Ride, (1993) ISBN 978-0-8217-4419-2
  • Spring Break, (1994) ISBN 978-0-8217-4542-7

WildC.A.T.S, Covert Action Teams

  • Dark Blade Falling, (1995) ISBN 978-0-679-87480-5
  • Evil Within, (1995) ISBN 978-0-679-87481-2

Dinotopia

  • Windchaser, (1995) ISBN 978-0-679-86981-8
  • Lost City, (1996) ISBN 978-0-679-86983-2
  • Sabertooth Mountain, (1996) ISBN 978-0-679-88095-0, with John Vornholt
  • Thunderfalls, (1996) ISBN 978-0-679-88256-5
  • Sky Dance, (1999) ISBN 978-0-679-80417-8
  • Return to the Lost City, (2000) ISBN 978-0-375-81018-3
  • The Explorers, (2001) ISBN 978-0-375-81396-2

The Elven Ways

  • The Ways of Magic, (1996) ISBN 978-0-380-77980-2
  • Ancient Games, (1997) ISBN 978-0-380-77981-9
  • Night of Glory, (1998) ISBN 978-0-380-77983-3

The Lurker Files

  • Faceless, (1996) ISBN 978-0-679-88235-0
  • Know Fear, (1996) ISBN 978-0-679-88236-7
  • Nemesis, (1997) ISBN 978-0-679-88506-1
  • Incarnate, (1997) ISBN 978-0-679-88507-8
  • Apparition, (1997) ISBN 978-0-679-88634-1
  • Triad, (1997) ISBN 978-0-679-88635-8

Godzilla

  • Godzilla, King of the Monsters, (1996) ISBN 978-0-679-88220-6
  • Godzilla Invades America, (1997) ISBN 978-0-679-88752-2
  • Godzilla: Journey to Monster Island, (1998) ISBN 978-0-679-88901-4
  • Godzilla vs. the Space Monster, (1998) ISBN 978-0-679-88902-1

Dinoverse

  • I Was A Teenage T-Rex, (1999) ISBN 978-0-679-88843-7, originally published as Dinoverse
  • The Teens Time Forgot, (2000) ISBN 978-0-679-88844-4
  • Raptor Without A Cause, (2000) ISBN 978-0-679-88845-1
  • Please Don't Eat the Teacher, (2000) ISBN 978-0-679-88846-8
  • Beverly Hills Brontosaurus, (2000) ISBN 978-0-375-80595-0
  • Dinosaurs Ate My Homework, (2000) ISBN 978-0-375-80596-7

Gen¹³

Jurassic Park Adventures

Ciencin's Jurassic Park stories are original novels based on the Jurassic Park films rather than directly on Michael Crichton's work.

Buffyverse

Starfleet Corps of Engineers

Transformers

Kim Possible

  • Tweeb Trouble, (2004) ISBN 978-0-7868-4629-0

EverQuest

  • The Rogue's Hour, (2004) ISBN 978-1-59315-294-9

Charmed

  • Luck Be a Lady, (2004) ISBN 978-0-689-85793-5
  • Light of the World, (2006) ISBN 978-1-4169-1470-9
  • High Spirits, (2007) ISBN 978-1-4169-3668-8

Kim Possible: Pick a Villain

  • Game On!, (2005) ISBN 978-0-7868-4652-8
  • Masters of Mayhem, (2005) ISBN 978-0-7868-4689-4

Standalone novels

Comic books and other works

Scott Ciencin also writes comic books. His credits include

  • Star Bus: Attack of the Cling-Ons, (2011) ISBN 978-1-4342-3067-6, with art by Jeff Crowther

Original PSP Creation for Sony and Konami

References

  1. ^ http://www.gendronfuneralhome.com/obituaries/Malcolm-Ciencin/
  2. ^ Buker, Derek M. (2002). The science fiction and fantasy readers' advisory: the librarian's guide to cyborgs, aliens, and sorcerers. ALA readers' advisory series (ALA Editions). pp. 127–128.  
  3. ^ a b c "Scott Ciencin". Archived from the original on Feb 24, 2009. 
  4. ^ a b c About Scott Ciencin
  5. ^ Jacob Ogles (2014-07-29). "Scott Ciencin, author and film festival promoter, dies". SRQ Backlot. Retrieved 2014-08-09. 

External links

  • Official website of Scott Ciencin
  • Fantasticfiction.co.uk - Bibliography
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