C.P. Calvert

Biography

Hi there! Thank you for visiting my page.

I've published my latest work 'Astara Disrobed' today, and would really appreciate it if any of my readers offered a review, however short! Please feeI free to contact me on my Facebook page, so that I can thank you personally. I would also love to talk to any publishers interested in my work.

Thanks for reading, C.P Calvert

Smashwords Interview

What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
I love thinking creatively, and working out those troublesome creases in a story. I also enjoy the solitude of writing. One day, I shall have a garden shed with a kettle and a radio. Bliss.
What do your fans mean to you?
'Fans' is too strong a word, but when someone writes to tell me they enjoy my work, I cant deny that it gives me a rush!

Because I think I have quite a different writing style, its always great to know that someone 'gets me.' I put a lot of effort into my work, and its a great feeling to know that it is appreciated. I always respond to anyone that takes the time to write to me, and always will.
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Where to find C.P. Calvert online

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Books

Astara Disrobed
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Price: Free! Words: 9,460. Language: English. Published: November 22, 2013. Category: Fiction » Erotica » General
(4.75)
Every man remembers the sight of his first naked girl. The smiling eyes, the smooth skin, the tender limbs. So why was my first glimpse of beauty the beginning of a nightmare? How had such a charming tradition become a curse, threatening to destroy all I held dear? The answer rested, as it had always rested, on the slender shoulders of Astara.
Rachel's Penance
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Price: Free! Words: 5,780. Language: English. Published: November 8, 2013. Category: Fiction » Erotica » General
(4.86)
Stockings. Smooth, black stockings. Designed by a Siren to drag men down to their fate. So who could blame me for a moment of madness? If you had ever seen Rachel, then you would have made just the same mistake. Perhaps your foolishness would have been forgiven. Or would it have led you where mine led me?

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Smashwords book reviews by C.P. Calvert

  • The Archer on Dec. 08, 2013

    Another high quality work from Mr Spencer. A departure from his usual genres, but no less entertaining for that. A lovely story from a man with a story tellers heart.