No matter how good your routine is, no matter who made it, no matter who's book you read, you're still gonna have to do some thinking for yourself. There is no magic routine that's going to put a bunch of weight on you. No super-secret that's going to turn you into a powerhouse overnight. Much of lifting is trial and error. It takes time and patience. For example, on squats, does 5X5 work better for you than 3X3? How will you know if you don't try both? Articles are a great place to start, but they're really more to get the ball rolling than to spell strength training out a-z for you. Lifting is an art, not a science, and I think thats where many novices go wrong. It's like they want a chart of "do this for X reps and Y weight and so many sets and you'll get Z". It just doesn't work like that. The author of a fictional article might get to Z by adding Y and X, but in a setting as relative as the weightroom, you probably won't.