Scott Ciencin

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Scott Ciencin
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Scott Ciencin (2008)
Born 1962 (age 51–52)
Occupation Novelist
Genres Children's, Fantasy, Horror

Scott Ciencin (born 1962) is an American author. He sometimes writes with Denise Ciencin.


Scott Ciencin is a New York Times bestselling author who writes 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.[1] He has also written books for the Dinotopia series.[2] He has created programs for Scholastic Books, designed trading cards, consulted on video games, directed and produced audio programs & TV commercials, and has written in the medical field about neurosurgery and neurology. He first worked in TV production as a writer, producer and director. He lives in Sarasota, Florida.


Forgotten Realms[edit]

The Avatar Series[edit]

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

The Harpers[edit]

Robert Silverberg's Time Tours[edit]

Published under the pseudonym Nick Baron.

The Wolves of Autumn[edit]

The Vampire Odyssey[edit]

The Nightmare Club[edit]

Published under the pseudonym Nick Baron.

WildC.A.T.S, Covert Action Teams[edit]


The Elven Ways[edit]

The Lurker Files[edit]




Jurassic Park Adventures[edit]

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


Starfleet Corps of Engineers[edit]


Kim Possible[edit]



Kim Possible: Pick a Villain[edit]

Standalone novels[edit]

Comic books and other works[edit]

Scott Ciencin also writes comic books. His credits include

Original PSP Creation for Sony and Konami


  1. ^ 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. ISBN 0-8389-0831-4. 
  2. ^ "Scott Ciencin". Archived from the original on Feb 24, 2009. 

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