C. E. Hammock writes supernatural fiction with religious themes. He brings his long time interests in New Testament and Jesus Studies as well as his experiences as a gay person to inform and deepen his fiction.
He holds Master of Arts degrees in Religious Studies (Missouri State University, 2001) and English Literature (University of Missouri: Kansas City, 2008).
He shares his bed with two cats, sleeps with stuffed animals, and is writing a collection of children’s stories about a friendship between a sheep and a rabbit, an ongoing Supernatural fanfiction project, and an unfinished novel about gay monks.
He is unmarried, has no children, and lives and writes in Springfield, Missouri.
cehammock, in Supernatural. 05/21/2021 (Updated: 05/25/2021)
This is my attempt to redeem the terrible and tragic ending of the series finale (15×20) of Supernatural by continuing the story into the next season, as an epilogue. My story seeks to save Dean, rescue Castiel from the Empty, check in on Chuck as a human, reunite Dean and Cas, and give Sam and Dean the happy ending they should have had. Destiel shall be canon. This story is also being posted to me personal website where you can read about my excessive, over the top reaction to the ending of this long running show. I was a basket case. Click the link below. https://ceh3167.wordpress.com/my-stories/supernatural-season-sixteen/
cehammock, in Fiction. 05/15/2021 (Updated: 05/15/2021)
Crossing the street brings back Kyle's memories of his sexual past and the car accident it lead to that landed him in prison. Believing he had made amends and reformed himself, God was not done with him yet.