Claudia Caget


Claudia Caget has been writing since forever. In fact as a wee child, she used to string letters together and then ask the adults around her if they formed words. She has been around the written word since that time, writing books, plays, screenplays and working as a reporter and editor for daily and weekly newspapers as well as magazines. An avid reader, the library is her favorite place to be. She resides in Colorado.

Smashwords Interview

What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
I have loved writing ever since I could form words. At the same time it is very difficult for me. It is hard for me to sit down and write; one of the reasons I love NaNoWriMo so much is that it forces the participant to write to at least 50,000 words to win. I like to win so it is perfect. The challenge for me is to face my fears and write every day as if NaNoWriMo is an ongoing event.
Who are your favorite authors?
My favorite authors are Toni Morrison (Beloved is one of my favorite books), J.R. Ward, Karen Marie Moning (I want to run away with Adam Black), Diana Gabaldon, Kresley Cole, Tarryn Fisher, and Monica McCarty. Favorite authors from history include Mark Twain, Mary Shelley, and Elisabeth Ogilvie. I also enjoy Stephen King (Carrie was fantastic), Sylvia Day, Kat Martin, M Leighton, and Jennifer Crusie. I read a lot so it is hard for me to choose a comprehensive list without linking to a best author's page on Goodreads or the NYTimes.
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Tomorrow's June
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 56,440. Language: English. Published: February 21, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Romance » New adult
Mia brashly thinks she has the best of both worlds: she has a boyfriend and is seeing her co-worker on the sly. She justifies the situation by saying she is an adult and can do what she wants, no matter what the consequences. When she recklessly falls head over heels in love, she feels transformed, until the tables are turned and she loses what she holds dear. Will she fall back into her old patte

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