C.S. Caspar

Biography

Hi Everyone,

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 because I love Stephen King and wanted to honor and thank him for the amazing journeys 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. Tommy had a story to tell and 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 where the storyteller 'swore' the story is true..:)
Hoodie Black is my first full-length novel. It's a physcological thriller/paranormal adventure of the most twisted kind.
I live close to the beaches in North Queensland with my four beautiful border collies, Trixie, Snow, Benson, and Tessa. Don't forget to visit my website and find some free reading in the anthology section of the site.

Thanks for visiting.
Catherine Stepancic - C.S. Caspar

Where to find C.S. Caspar online

Books

Don't Let Him In
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 2,230. Language: English. Published: July 30, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Ghost
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
Don't fall asleep... Don't believe what you see...Don't call for help...And whatever you do...Don't let him in.
The Tallyman
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 10,100. Language: English. Published: July 21, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
The Tallyman is my experience to honour Stephen King and all the wonderful novels he's written. I have tried to include all the titles I've read. It's a twisted shadow; gripping and filled with dark matter. My experience with one of my absolute favourite authors. The fans of Stephen King will venture into the story with knowledge and understanding. It really is; a sense of fun, so dive in.
Stygian River
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 9,660. Language: English. Published: May 16, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Fairy tales
(5.00 from 1 review)
Two old bandits deliver a small child to a Stygian river witch. The girl is payment for a powerful spell. When the witch delivers their wish, it is a leather-bound book. Inside are instructions, a map, and a curse. The old men don't know that the witch has decieved them. And what does it matter, they'll soon be dead.
The Old Railway Tunnel
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 9,960. Language: English. Published: April 17, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Ghost
(4.50 from 2 reviews)
The Old Railway Tunnel isn't a public place, and Thomas feels safe sneaking out with his bow and arrows to do a little target practice. He knows the tunnel hides a dark past. Secrets left and found, long ago, by unspeakable evil. But today the sun is shining. This dark thriller shadows the wicked things men do and the internal battle an innocent boy must face to save the next victim.
Way to Go
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 10,240. Language: English. Published: March 13, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Supernatural
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
Laura is living in a dark illusion. A place where her mind chronicles events that happened in a secret past. When she enters a bookstore called Way To Go. She discovers a supernatural world. This gripping and twisted story will ultimately lead the reader to a thrilling end where Laura's shadow is revealed in an unexpected way.

Smashwords book reviews by C.S. Caspar

  • Distance on July 20, 2015
    (no rating)
    What a wonderful story.. the characters come to life and one is led into a world where dreams demand attention.. What happens then is... Hey I'm not going to tell you :)) Check out this author if you love what makes us human.. C.S.Caspar
  • The Refuge Collection - Volume 1. on July 16, 2016
    (no rating)
    Refuge - Heaven to some. Hell to others.. This series is eloquently described and written by some of the most brilliant writers I have the pleasure to read. Wonderfully compilated and set inside a troubled town. It's inhabitants, I have to admit, made me cringe in disgust and then alternatively shudder with pleasure. There is serious wickedness that walks the streets of Refuge and at the same time a creeping compassion. Characters come to life in personal battles of mind and spirit. Ghouls and phantasmic figures challenge the unwary while shadow cats wonder the streets. I can not stop reading for my desire to know what happens to these people and this town called Refuge has me gripped and hanging onto a belief that goodness will prevail and that the light will overcome the darkness. What happens in series five stalks my desire. I love this town of twisted souls for they are mostly insane and possibly like me... I recommend everyone that loves the supernatural and the horror of mankind to read this series. Cheers C.S. Caspar.