When she isn't being a pane in the glass, Fiona writes darkly humorous paranormal romance, often featuring gay characters and almost always with a twist in the tail. Her short stories have been published in anthologies and magazines including Mslexia, Paragraph Planet, and The Library of Rejected Beauty. Her books include gay paranormal romances 'December Roses' and 'Trench Warfare' ,and gay vampire romance 'Echoes of Blood', all available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited.

Fiona lives in a slate cottage within stone-throwing distance (never a good idea in Glass houses...) of England's largest lake with her husband, several pot plants and a vast collection of books. She enjoys history, gardening and photography, and rarely has her nose far from the pages of a book - or a cup of tea.


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Can't Fool Me

When a mean-spirited journalist publishes an unpleasant piece about the haunted Greystones Hall, Guy, Adam and Gramps come up with a plan to get their own back, and make a little money at the same time...

This sweet, fun Halloween story in the Ghosts Galore universe first appeared on the Fox Spirit Books blog but has been rewritten and expanded.


Christmas Roses

A short, poignant Christmas story set in the world of my paranormal romance novel ‛December Roses’, involving Nat, a former soldier turned gardener, his elusive musician lover Richie, and a cigarette case with a story to tell.

Nat’s been living at Frogmorton Towers for four years. He’s content with his life, working in the garden and slipping away to see his ghostly lover Richie every now and again. This year, though, he wants to give Richie a present, to say thank you for everything Richie has given him. He chooses to pass on his engraved silver cigarette case, but forgets that time doesn’t work at Frogmorton the same as it does everywhere else. The gift finds its way back to him unexpectedly, bringing its own story of loss, but also of hope and homecoming at this magical time of year.