I have great pleasure in announcing that Fiona Hogan’s new release is now available. Fiona and I met a few years ago at a bizarre book fair down in Waterford. As survivors of that event, (yes, it was that weird!) we have clung together for support as we have dipped our toes into the publishing world.
Fiona is one very talented writer (and editor) with a wonderful imagination. Her work, however, comes with a word of warning – if you scare easy, be prepared to have to sleep with the lights on for a couple of weeks after reading her short but extremely scary stories!
THE NIGHTMARE – A selection of gothic and contemporary dark fiction from F.B. Hogan
I set the table for you, come sit.
I hope you enjoy my humble fare, a selection of only the darkest of delights. But make sure and pull your chair in closer to the hearth for the night falls and the wind blows wild muffling the sound of approaching footsteps. Something comes, something creeps ever closer. A nightmare thing.
Enter a dark place between fact and fiction.
On a cold winter’s night whilst crossing the frost covered field to fetch water, a child hears a sound on the air, an infant’s cry. But no baby awaits her hurried progress.
A pensioner rapidly losing her memory exists in a twilight world where only a lost love can bridge the gap between past and present.
A young man at a boutique music festival discovers more than romance in the fading forest.
Something travels the cosmos, a creature of nightmare and terror. A veiled medium sits at a table in a Victorian parlour waiting.
Amongst the lamb, a wolf harvests souls in a bid for promotion.
Buy Link: The Nightmare
A little bit about FB…
F. B. Hogan is a writer, blogger and poet living in the midlands of Ireland. She masquerades as a sensible adult and mother to five children and a cat but lives and breathes purely for horror. Her collection of dark fiction The Nightmare is now available on Amazon.
Fiona writes in a mix of genres and you can also find her collection of humorous and supernatural tales – The Lights Went Out and Other Stories on Amazon under the name Fiona Cooke Hogan. Her novella, a romantic comedy set in Kerry, Ireland – What Happened in Dingle, is also available to download for Kindle. She scribbles random thoughts about nature, her work and anything that amuses her at her blog http://www.unusualfiction.wordpress.com.
The Lights Went Out and Other Stories
Fiona has recently signed a two book contract with SpellBound Books and her first book, a collection of deliciously dark and twisted tales kicks off SpellBound’s SHOctober Horrorfest.
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