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About the author:
Steve Nubie has been writing professionally for 35 years. He has 3 books published including No Time Like the Present, a time-travel novel based on 20 years of research across historical texts, scientific journals, linguistics, mythology and comparative religion.
He has also published Navigating the Creative Process: 6 Steps to Creative Success. In it, he leverages 3 decades of experience working commercially in creative. It’s the first book that takes a look at the key factors and critical success factors across the entire creative process from insight to marketing.
Most recently, he has published an anecdotal cookbook titled Real Men Eat Meat. In it he examines the curious relationship men have with certain recipes and cooking styles that range from the primitive to the scientific.
Nubie is also a produced writer with 5 Twilight Zone Radio scripts to his credit. The one-hour episodes are featured on Westwood One radio, XM and Sirius Satellite Radio and through twilightzoneradio.com and include:
The Walkabouts. A new twist on alien abductions and perhaps a curious truth.
Another Place in Time. A fast-paced race across parallel dimensions.
The Nanobots. An exploration of the chilling, unintended consequences of nanotechnology on the loose.
Rest Stop. A massive alien invasion of earth that explores an idea unique within the theme.
2012. A simple observation on the scientific facts that support the events of this year and the possible outcome.
Nubie has also published numerous articles in magazines including:
Entrepreneur’s Business Start-Ups, May, 2000. Column. Naming Names.
Entrepreneur’s Business Start-Ups, September, 2000. Column. What’s Your Sign?
Home-Business Magazine, December, 2005. Feature. Building a Brand Identity for Your Home-Based Business.
Silent Sports, July, 2000. Feature. Exploring the Illinois Prairie Path.
The Self Reliance Journal, March, 2001. Feature. The Survival Decision Kit.
Michigan Out-of-Doors, April, 2001. Feature. Hatching a Match.
He is currently working on a historical book based on his Great-Grandfathers diaries and photos from the Logging Era in Michigan circa 1880 to 1900. LumberJax is due for release in June of 2010.
Nubie resides in the Chicago area where he continues to work as a brand consultant, iPhone app developer, and writer.