Fiona Cooke reads for Speakeasy

Fiona Cooke is a writer and blogger living in rural Ireland. She is greedy and refuses to be tied to genre. Her first book was published in 2015; The Lights Went Out and Other Stories, a quirky collection of long and short fiction in a mix of genres from dark faerie, to romance, contemporary fiction and horror. She also has a short romantic comedy; What Happened in Dingle, on Amazon. Under the name F.B. Hogan, she has published three works of gothic horror; The Nightmare, Death Comes Calling and recently, A Dark Covenant. Her novel Martha’s Cottage is currently with a publisher and she is working on a Victorian timeslip, psychological horror, along with the second book in the Martha’s Cottage series. You can follow her blog posts about life, writing and nature at

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