I am a chemistry, physics, and engineering teacher by day. I play cards and attempt to write in the remainder of the time that I have when I am not playing with my family... which means that it's a pretty big deal when I publish something.
I just published my first book on poker strategy:
Target: JackAce - Outsmart and Outplay the JackAce in No-Limit Holdem
This book is geared toward the amateur poker player at low stakes tables who is always thwarted by the loose "maniac". I call this maniac the JackAce. The JackAce is an underrepresented playing style in poker literature, but it is a style that I use with success. Therefore, while I myself am no poker pro, I feel comfortable writing about this particular topic and strategy as it pertains to the low stakes no limit tables.
This book takes a very different direction in my writing from my fiction works.
This book is geared to the grinder, the ABC poker player whose game is frustrated by the maniac at the table. I call the maniac a JackAce and provide insight into his style of play. Few books deal with what goes through the mind of the JackAce. Most train you to play a tight aggressive game, and yet the JackAce preys upon the TAG. This book teaches you to recognize and beat the JackAce.