Women In Horror Month- F.B Hogan, author of thought provoking gothic and contemporary horror

About F.B Hogan aka Fiona Cooke Hogan

AMAZON LINK- https://www.amazon.com/Fiona-Cooke-Hogan/e/B016E4HRBU

Fiona Cooke Hogan is a writer and blogger living in rural Ireland. She is greedy and refuses to be tied to genre. The Lights Went Out and Other Stories is her first publication and is a collection of quirky fiction.
What Happened in Dingle is a romantic fiction novella set in wild, windswept Dingle, Kerry, it follows the shenanigans of Ruth who comes to Dingle for her wedding anniversary.
Fiona’s latest novel – Martha’s Cottage will be available to buy in February 2018, yes, it really will be. She realises she has been saying this for a long time but you see, she had to get it just right for her readers. Thankfully, she is happy with it now.
She also hopes to publish her work in progress – a psychological horror, in October,2018.

You can find her on twitter/@cookehogan and can find out all the information about her latest work and see her rambling musings on http://www.unusualfiction.wordpress.com and http://www.facebook.com/theHazelHedge

When not scribbling she can normally be found with her head in a book or binge-watching Game of Thrones or the Walking Dead. She is a Tolkien fanatic and is secretly in love with Jamie Fraser.

Fiona writes dark fiction under the name F.B Hogan.

An image posted by the author. The Lights Went Out and Other Stories Kindle Edition What Happened In Dingle Kindle EditionDeath Comes Calling: A Collection of Dark Tales Kindle EditionThe Nightmare Kindle Edition
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