Caleb Rocke has been writing fiction since he was nine years old. His very first story was, incidentally, about a boy who joins the Union Army. Its present form greatly differs from the early version. The title: A Twilight in the Morning. Over the past several years, Caleb has written for Abide Journal and Utmost-Highest Media. Through UHM, he’s penned TV & Radio commercials, promotional projects, and more recently, served as lead writer for two documentaries. The fall of 2005 fulfilled one of Caleb’s lifelong dreams. Clocks (a dramatic short film) was shown on the big screen in San Antonio, TX. Two years later, Caleb followed it up with another screenplay: the award-winning story Angel of Love. When he’s not busy writing film, fiction, or anything else, Caleb can be found messing with music composition and playing softball. An eager student on the American Civil War, Caleb loves to read, research, and discuss the topic. As to which side he favors, it’s all a secret. He only says: “It’s good the North eventually won, otherwise we’d need a visa to get to Florida!” Caleb Rocke currently resides in Wisconsin and is busy working on various projects. To learn more about Caleb, his work, writing, and subscribe to updates, please visit: www.utmosthighest.com.