•04/26/2015 • Leave a Comment

Welcome to the homepage of Scott Cimarusti

About Me: Born and raised in the Chicago area until I attended the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.  I now work at my Alma Mater in the College of Engineering doing anything and everything multimedia.

I am an aspiring writer in my meager spare time, and have actually been published.  I am the author of the e-book How to Get Started in Radio and Voice-Over Announcing, part of the “Dream Jobs to Go” series published by the now-defunct intellectua.com.  Even though it did not rocket me to the top of the New York Times Bestseller List and/or make me millions of dollars, it was still my first paying writing job, and it started a lifelong quest to become a published novelist.  I’ve entered a few short stories into contests with no luck — except for third place recognition in a contest sponsored by a local newspaper.

I’ve also completed a series of two novels entitled, The Last Archer of Laummoren and its sequel, The Last Archer’s Legacy — and I am currently working on the third and final volume of the trilogy, entitled The Last Archer’s Return.  The website for this project can be found at lastarcher.com.  I’ve self-published the books through CreateSpace.com, and they are available at amazon in both paperback and Kindle formats–as well as BarnesandNoble.com. Both novels are also available in various eBook formats through Smashwords, and the iTunes Bookstore.  As for my other writing…  I am a freelance tech writer, too; and if you’re interested, you can read my personal blog here, and my work/school blog here.

Or look me up on Twitter, LinkedIn, or Goodreads.

You can also check out my resume and my ePortfolio.

Here is some of my recent artwork and some video projects I’ve worked on over the years.

And for fun, here are some sound clips of some radio and production work I did a very long time ago.

I’m sure I will be updating this page periodically.  Thanks for visiting–

“Either write something worth reading, or do something worth writing.” – Benjamin Franklin

artwork courtesy of my children