Beth

Beth was drawn to water and quite certain that she had once been a sea maiden; a selkie with glistening silver fins.  They were far from the sea yet for a time she… Continue reading

The Legend of Creeping Ivy

A long time ago in the land of Terbaqua there existed a powerful King by the name of Shanikwa.  King Shanikwa lived in a large golden palace on the top of a grassy… Continue reading

‘The Singling’ published on Every Day Fiction

My flash horror story ‘The Singling’ has been featured on Every Day Fiction (March 3rd). This was inspired by my fascination for conjoined twins, cults, and the idea that our perception of ‘the… Continue reading

‘Haus of Dolls’ to be published in Graveyard Girls Anthology

Excited to hear that my story ‘The Haus of Dolls’ is to be published in the upcoming anthology Graveyard Girls, a collection of horror tales written by women!   This is via Hellbound Publishing,… Continue reading

Horror at Hallows Cross Published in Ink Stains Anthology

My story ‘Horror at Hallows Cross’ is now available in print and kindle via Amazon. *When two traveller women move into an abandoned church with a dark history, it soon becomes clear that… Continue reading

The Vanishing Moon

  Out of the shallow earth you emerged wrapped in warm leather, black waves of sorrow grasping and clinging as you resurrected   Beneath hollow chasms I waited starving, stalking a sphere of… Continue reading

The Murky Depth of You and I

Out of the blue depths I found you upon the poison sea your name and mine etched on the bones of lost souls   Upon the banks of death you wept, calling me… Continue reading

The Withering Maze (Excerpt)

As the winter months began to wane, Vincent instructed a London gardener to design an ambitious hedge maze to be cultivated at the front of the Withering estate.  The children, who were ordered… Continue reading

The Carnival Prize

I’d been up on the high shelf for a month, luring gullible punters in for five quid a pop. We’d travel with different carnivals, into different villages, parks, run-down towns – but everywhere… Continue reading

The Twins of Withering Moor

At the edge of the deadly forest, deep in the heart of Slavinia, existed a stretch of wilderness which extended further than souls had tread. Within a lone moor, on the edge of… Continue reading