Caspar Vega, known worldwide as the Prince of Pulp, has been writing for as long as he can remember.

Starting with profane rap songs, moving on to bad poetry and graduating to a decent short story or two, he decided to start taking it seriously in 2009 – a few days after turning 18 – when he began work on what would eventually become his masterpiece debut novella The Eclectic Prince.

After completing and self-publishing The Eclectic Prince in 2012, seven more books followed crossing many genres and dealing with varied themes including love, lust, family, politics, heroism and faith.

Following the publication of Vega’s eight book Teenage Kings, he decided to shift his focus towards TV.

Stay tuned.