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I was born in South Australia but spent most of my childhood in Victoria.
The Tallyman was my first short story, and I wrote it simply because I love Stephen King. I wanted to honor and thank him for the amazing journeys I've traveled reading his books throughout the years. The Tallyman is a bit of fun and directed to other King fans who will understand the content.
The Old Railway Tunnel was my second short story. Thomas had a tale to tell and he was so demanding, I wrote the first draft in one sitting. Immediately after finishing, Laura Cooper wanted a turn, so I wrote Way to Go.
Stygian River... is one of those tales I was told while living in Italy in my twenties, which the storyteller 'swore' the stories were all true..:)
Hoodie Black is my first full-length novel. A supernatural thriller. It confirms the notion that, 'some doors should never be opened.' and answers the questions to death, crime, time and are angels as flawed as humans.
Currently, I live in Victoria. In a small county town with my four border collies, Trixie, Snow, Benson, and Tessa.
I'd like to believe, I live my life in-between this world and another... viewing daily events from a dream that seems real but may, in fact, be an illusion. And I wonder, sometimes, when writing the visions I see in my head. Fantasizing about other worlds with its incredible characters. And it often leaves me questioning....Is this my imagination? Or are the events real?
Imagination may just be, someone tapping into true events. Stories that happened in a parallel world.
Thanks for visiting.
Catherine Stepancic - C.S. Caspar
John A. Autero
on Aug. 15, 2015 :
“Don’t Let Him In” is a short story about a visit from a creature from a dark world. This is a perfect read for a cold night, where the rain flirts with snow and the wind rattles the windows. Quiet the house, stoke the fireplace, grab a cup of tea and read on. The author’s style of writing is complex and quite beautiful, hedging on a free form poem. Graphic descriptions of terror and mysterious evil are written well and evoke an emotional response. Grab this one now for your next stormy evening.
(review of free book)
on Aug. 10, 2015 :
Fantastic read. I can't wait for your other books. If anyone likes something different, CS Caspar is the way to go.
(review of free book)