Stewart Nash

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Mr. Nash is a professional land surveyor and has worked in most western states and B.C. Canada. His additional outdoor activities includes: hunting, fishing, hiking, and gold prospecting, all of which have given him a unique perspective when writing stories taking place in the wilds. He has one such book published in B.C. Canada, a bestseller in 2001, The Last 300 Miles, now available on e-books under G. Stewart Nash. He also has a recently published biography of a northwest 1853 railroad exploration and a 1858-62 military road construction across the Rocky Mountains, titled, John Mullan - Soldier, Explorer, Road Builder, found on Amazon. In also has several e-books on Amazon under Stewart Nash.
He truly enjoys the research involved in his works, which are mostly historical fiction filled with action and adventure. However, to qualify his book titled, Who Is - Jesus Christ, Stewart has been a biblical student for many years and served in churches as a deacon, a message presenter, and Sunday School teacher.
He lives with his wife Sandy, for 32 years, and together they have six children, 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
In 2017 he and Sandy had moved to northern British Columbia, Canada, to be closer to both of their immediate relatives. Nash currently has a few different books available on,

Smashwords Interview

When did you first start writing?
When I was fifteen I sent an article to Outdoor Life Magazine about my father and I on a couple of big game hunts. The story was rejected as it wasn’t of the quality for their magazine. I was somewhat disappointed, but at least I tried. I didn’t write anything else until I was asked, as a licensed land surveyor, to give a presentation on surveying to a college class. Putting it all down on paper, re-reading, and editing seemed a fun and interesting thing to do. Before being licensed, I had thought about the different ways an individual could make money on an ongoing basis. I couldn’t sing worth a hoot to make a record, and had no interest in musical instruments. Writing was the only other potential I could think of. I started to write articles for the state surveyors magazine, telling of unusual incidents while surveying. I didn’t seriously consider writing a novel until I was in my fifties.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
I was semi-retired and was living in a motor home between Arizona and B.C. Canada, depending on the time of year. This full time motor home thing was because our house didn’t sell for three years. I had been considering writing a novel similar to an actual incident that happened to a U.S. Forest Service surveyor, who was killed on a mountain top in Montana by an escapee from a mental institution. While in Arizona I had the time; keyboard on my lap, the monitor and desktop on a board between the driver and passenger seat, and with the small television on, I wrote the complete story, which took place where I had surveyed in the Colorado mountains. That novel is titled, 'Third Man On The Mountain,' an e-book.
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Where to find Stewart Nash online

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Where to buy in print


John Mullan: Soldier, Explorer, Road Builder
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 96,320. Language: English. Published: April 27, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Adventurers & explorers
Captain John Mullan is one of the unsung heroes of the American Northwest. He has 42 markers, including 12 statues, 12 stone or pyramid monuments, 12 road signs, and 6 historical markers from eastern Washington to central Montana, for explorations and road construction in 1853 to 1862, all by horseback. The groundwork he laid later became the U.S. highway system and part of Interstate 90
Who Is - Jesus Christ
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 8,610. Language: English. Published: May 18, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Theology
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The trinity doctrine has been a point of contention ever since the death and resurrection of Jesus. Besides the physical and spiritual work He accomplished as a man of flesh and bone, what evidence is there that Jesus the Christ has anything to do with a trinity. If there are questions such as these that deserves an answer, this small book will answer them.
Pursuit of the Blackhawk
Price: $2.49 USD. Words: 61,980. Language: English. Published: February 11, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Action
Stephen Doyle just returned from a job for the Western Union Extension Company in the northern Colony of British Columbia; the race against the Atlantic Cable Co. to reach Europe with telegraph. His shanghaied wife of eighteen months had returned, escaping the ship Blackhawk. Stephen walked the docks asking, where can I find the Blackhawk
Third Man on the Mountain
Price: $2.49 USD. Words: 50,150. Language: English. Published: February 11, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Action
Phillip Thorton owns a survey company in the Colorado Rockies. He finds his hired help on a knoll, dead, suspecting a heart attack, learns he had a broken neck, begins an investigation which soon puts him in grave danger. He fights for his life on two occasions. Recruiting his rancher friend and hands, they deal with the killers.
Discovery - The Richest Acre On Earth
Price: $2.49 USD. Words: 50,780. Language: English. Published: February 11, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Historical » USA
Some Confederate soldiers captured in the Civil War were told: go to prison, or go out west. Pomp Dennis and Washington Baker went west, steaming up the Missouri River to Montana Territory. Forming a partnership with three others, their discovery in a small creek was named Confederate Gulch, and led to the richest acre on earth.
The Copper Shield
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 122,960. Language: Canadian English. Published: January 24, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Canada
A 1779 discovery journey takes Captain Tristan Cárdenes, twenty-one soldiers, a friar, and eight horses, to the coast of British Columbia. Their charge: travel inland for forty days and determine occupation of indigenous peoples, their numbers, strengths and wealth, and claim the land for Spain. A shipwreck leaves Cárdenes, three men, and three horses stranded. Now they must find a way back home.

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