My books

Here's where you can find details of all my books and anthologies, and a selection of the short stories I've had published over the years.

Brand new book available!

Poignant gay vampire romance Echoes of Blood is out an as ebook now.

Echoes of Blood

"Tell me there's no such thing as vampires."
Edmund spilled the sugar. "My dear boy, have you been smoking something?"

"A lush, haunting vampire tale. I really liked this very English take on the 'modern' vampire."
Aleksandr Voinov, author of 'Witches of London'

"Five men, five pasts. When they entwine together, only then can love flourish. An entertaining story that will appeal to those who love their vampire tales."
Susan Mac Nicol, author of 'Double Alchemy'

"Fiona Glass weaves the everyday and the supernatural into a cohesive whole, concealing chilling - and surprising - secrets within its far-from-everyday storyline."
Charlie Cochrane, author of 'Best Corpse for the Job'

This poignant paranormal romance combines a modern-day setting in Liverpool with the disappearance of the mysterious Ninth Legion of Rome, and a love story with a dark and bloody twist. The first in the Liverpool Echoes series.

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Got Ghosts?

"Some psychic you are, darling - you didn't see that coming!"

"...spooky chills with plenty of light-hearted laughter."
Matt Hilton, author of 'Preternatural' and 'The Shadows Call'

"...a humorous ghost story with an old English charm."
Tom Adams, author of 'The Psychonaut' and 'Coffin Dodger'

Paranormal romance Got Ghosts? is a quirky romp stuffed full of ghosts, TV producers, ghosts, missing paintings, ghosts, happy - and unhappy - mediums, and yet more ghosts. Published by Fox Spirit in both print and digital versions.

Head to the main Got Ghosts? page for more info including an excerpt - and details of where you can buy the book.

The Boyfriend From Hell

"The people I work for don't have feet, but if they had they'd have shuffled them."

Forget everything you think you know about the big bad wolf. It’s not that simple any more. Here are werewolves, skin walkers, demons and unknown dangers. Nothing can be relied upon, not species, not shape, not gender.

Tongue-in-cheek short story The Boyfriend From Hell, published in the Fox Pockets anthology Shapeshifters, is an alien romp - with tentacles - in which nobody is quite what they seem!

Older books

Rock & a Hard Place

An ageing rock star pretends to be gay to increase his sales, with hilarious - and life-changing - results.

Lemon Sour

How much childhood angst can a pair of lemon yellow gloves cause? Enough to turn one woman to thoughts of revenge...

Jack in the Box

"The first time I clapped eyes on Frank Turnbull I was jumping naked out of the cake at his fiftieth birthday party." A man seeks revenge for his dead brother.

A selection of my short stories

Some of the short stories I've had published in anthologies and magazines over the years. Don't forget, there's a couple more stories right here on the Free Stuff page as well.

Clones: A scientist, a laboratory, and some creepy pink goo - but the results aren't what you'd expect... Featured in The New Flesh Magazine.

Concrete Jungle: A prose-poem about love, inspired by the surrealist jungle gardens of Las Posas in Mexico and published in Ink Sweat & Tears.

Fearful Symmetry: If you go down to the woods today you're sure of a big surprise. You may never feel the same way about tigers - or curtains! - again.

The Swimming Lesson: Sun, sand and sangria - but things on this particular holiday beach aren't quite as idyllic as they seem...

The Ultimate I.D.: What's the connection between a missing pair of curtains, the Post Office, and a nagging wife? Hint: it's a distinctly gruesome one!

Make It Snappy: The Pygmy Giant magazine published this twisted tale set in a foot care salon - with some very unexpected fish!

What's new

There's a whole new page of free short stories for you to check out, including The Summons, a creepy little tale based on Cumbrian folklore.

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About me

I live in a slate cottage within stone-throwing distance of England's largest lake. I rarely have my nose far from the pages of a good book - or a cup of tea!

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