During and after the publication of Blackbeard’s Lost Treasure, I have become acquainted with many other fellow authors. I love seeing how they go about their craft: what they write, how they write, what inspires them, etc. I reached out to Connie Chappell, Author of Wild Raspberries and Deadly Homecoming at Rosemont, and asked her […]
Interview with fantasy author Christopher Schmitz. We discuss his novels, the craft of writing, and what is on his plate.
Every now and then, I get questions from readers. In this article, I answer some of those questions.
This sign in Monroe, NC caught my eye, and raised a few questions.
Here now is the first full excerpt from my forthcoming novel, Blackbeard’s Lost Treasure.
Caleb is excited to announce that his latest work, Blackbeard’s Lost Treasure, is set to release on April 28th, 2016. It will be published by Black Rose Writing.
Why does this keep happening? Every day, when I arrive at my desk in the cubicle farm on the twentieth floor of the Prudential building in Uptown Charlotte, there is a Post-It note stuck to the middle of my computer screen that reads: “I Know What You did”
“There is no way of demonstrating that a writer is neglecting his job; even his snores are deafening, his subconscious may be hard at work.” – Sir Arthur C. Clarke
My mom had a reputation around the neighborhood as my brother and I were growing up as being the “Dragon Lady.” She was a strict disciplinarian and any violation of her rules ended in being yelled at for five minutes or being spanked with her hand, belt, switch, paddle, etc. That discipline extended to our visiting friends as well.