J. C. Cauthon


Hello! My name is J. C. Cauthon, and I publish nonfiction creative writing prompt collections for writers of all skill levels. I have been writing for as long as I can remember, beginning with my first “published” book in kindergarten. Okay, it wasn’t really published, but the teacher did bind it up nicely for me to give to my parents. They still have that copy somewhere.

I also offer free daily writing prompts on my website, http://jccauthon.wordpress.com.

You can also sign up for my mailing list: http://www.subscribepage.com/nonfiction

You can find me most places on the web, but I tend to stick to only a few social websites.

If you want to see the inspiration behind my projects, you can check out my Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/cauthonj

If you want to see what I have recently published, some reviews of my books, and what I am reading, you can always look me up on Goodreads. You can also leave me a note or ask me a question about my current project.
–> http://www.goodreads.com/cauthonj

Twitter and Facebook are also two great places to catch up me. I try to update these daily with at least a writing prompt, but the more time I spend off the computer, the more I get written.
–> Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/JCCauthon
–> Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cauthonj

That is all, folks! I’m glad to meet you, look forward to chatting with you all, and I hope that you all enjoy.

Smashwords Interview

When did you first start writing?
According to my parents, I have been creating stories since I was a wee thing, but I began to fervently write in high school. I always kept a notebook and a pen or pencil on me so that I could write to fill the time between when I finished my classwork and when the class ended.

I wrote mostly short stories and the usual angst-y, teenage poetry *eyeroll*, but I started my first novel in high school, and my love for writing took such a strong root that I majored in English: Creative Writing in college.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Aye, and I still have a copy of it. The story was about a young bunny who lived in the same village as a wise, old bunny, known to us humans as the Easter Bunny. Well, this young bunny stole the Easter Bunny's basket of goodies and tried to deliver them himself, and his plan turned into a completely chaotic fiasco--goodies being delivered to the wrong children, some of the goodies being lost, and so much more.

I am planning on publishing it eventually under a pen-name set aside for my children's and middle grades stories, but I have to find an illustrator. My kindergartner scribbles leave a lot to be desired. LOL
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Where to find J. C. Cauthon online


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