Fiona writes (mostly) homoerotica and has been writing for about twelve years, ever since an accident forced her to give up full-time work. In that time she has had a number of short stories published, most recently with Torquere Press, Whiskey Creek Press - Torrid, Chippewa Publishing, Lady Aibell Press, and Sultry Heat Publications but also in The Sigil, Velvet Mafia, Forbidden Fruit and several magazines that have now ceased publication.
Her first ever novel, Roses in December, a gay paranormal romance, is available from Torquere Press.
She particularly enjoys writing ghost stories or anything with a paranormal/creepy theme, and often gets inspiration from the landscape or places she visits on holiday. Other sources of ideas include fairy tales, myths, legends, dreams, music, and books, as well as (be warned!) the people she meets in daily life.
In her spare time she edits the online homoerotic literary magazine Forbidden Fruit which is now in its third year and growing steadily in popularity and size.
In any spare time after that, she enjoys history, archaeology, architecture, art, gardening, watercolour painting and music. And reading, of course. She rarely has her nose far from the pages of a book.
Fiona lives in a Gothic Victorian house in Birmingham (the original one in the UK) with one husband, one visiting cat, several tropical fish and far too many spiders.
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