Tuesday, August 23, 2016

New Review for Storm Summer

A new review of Storm Summer can be read here!


Tuesday, December 29, 2015

New novella published!

I published my first young adult novella today.

It's downloadable as an ebook here: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/603837

Enjoy and thanks for the support!

Saturday, November 7, 2015

New Short Story Up Today!

I've uploaded a new Langston Pierpont short story. If you've got ninety-nine cents laying about, won't you give it a read?

Friday, May 9, 2014

What just happened?

In an effort to simply things and give me an excuse to write, I've compressed my two blogs into one. Hopefully keeping up with the one will actually mean I don't freeze up and go for months and months not writing in either. So from now on, you may find writing tips for kids here, or you may find announcements about New Orleans and my own writing.

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Collection Now Available...and a free read!

Cover art by Diana Bittleston
Title: Ghosts, Monsters, and Men: Tales of the Supernatural
By C.B. Calsing

A collection of sometimes bizarre, sometimes satirical, but always haunting stories of the unexplained.

Buy link

Coupon Code: RY38T. Good until 1 August, the anthology is only $0.99.

Check out the "Free Read!" page above for a sample story.

Monday, July 22, 2013

A little over a week left...

Don't forget to vote for your favorite cover for Ghosts, Monsters, and Men.


July 31 I'll announce the winner, and the new anthology will go live the next day. Check back here for download coupon!

Thursday, July 18, 2013

A weight has been lifted.

I could not have awoken to better news this morning than to find out the rights to my first collection, All Along the Pacific, had been returned to me by the publisher. This was the classiest thing they could have done, and I am so relieved. To have my first, big creative endeavor back in my own hands, to be able to work with it again and get it out to readers, is an amazing feeling.

At this point, I'm just so hyper with ideas bouncing around in my head of how to make it better. To lure in those of you who bought the original, I'm going to include a new story. I haven't even thought of what it will be yet, but something unexpected...or totally expected that I overlooked before. Emperor Norton? Something "straight out of Compton"? Maybe a trip on the delta of Sacramento or twenty-six miles across the sea to Catalina. And I do believe my artist will fix us up with a new, second-edition cover.