New Releases

March 2020

Jonny Pongratz interviewed me on his blog, Jaunts and Haunts.

February 2020


Twin sisters, Irene and Vicky Murtagh, leave Dublin over Halloween break for a week of blissful sleeping in and sightseeing in the small village of Basard. Nestled between counties Limerick and Cork in Southern Ireland, something evil lurks in the place of High Death; Irene and Vicky find themselves fighting an undead army as their 7 days in paradise turn into 7 Days in Hell.

Available 5th May 2020


Mythology and Me

Julia Benally quizzes me on Irish monsters and folklore in the first of this series.

David Rae asks me what mythology means to me, and how it influences my writing.

Catherine McCarthy questions me about my writing, and which fictional character I’d like to go on a date with.

January 2020

David Rae

David invited me to write the next installment in his exciting Ruth and John series. Find out what happened in Hounded.

Another customer of Topper’s Shop gets more than she bargained for. Read Forget About Me now.

November 2019


Amazon and all other stores

Do you love fantasy, science fiction and horror? Looking for new worlds to explore and fall in love with?

Then look no further.

RETURN TO HADES AND OTHER ADVENTURES contains 12 short stories: encounter a time travelling space dog, a lion man who shouldn’t exist, sentient blood, a gazebo with a slimy secret, a leprechaun with an unusual pot of gold, and many more.

AVAILABLE NOW on Amazon and Other Stores for only $4 ebook and $10 paperback.

Liquid Imagination

Read my fantasy short story, ‘My Little Monster‘, in the November issue of Liquid Imagination.

FrostFire Worlds

Buy a copy of the November issue for the youngster in your life, or feed your inner child, and read my science fiction story, ‘Edward’.

Find me on goodreads

I am somewhat turned off by serious zombie stories, but I love the funny ones and this was so different from any other funny zombie story I’ve read.


Praise for ‘Dead Jimmy and the Selkie’

ZOO OF THE DEAD is a totally convincing world where Zombies and Werewolves are captured and used for entertainment. The central idea is very clever. And the twist at the end is both surprising and logical. This story challenges the common tropes of zombies, family, love and of death, and makes you re-evaluate our societies values and norms. Very thought provoking, but most of all entertaining.  

David Rae

Praise for ‘Zoo of the Dead’

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