Hello everyone! On my blog you can find articles about folklore, writing and fairy tales. Visit the about section if you would like to know more about me and my work or scroll down for trailers and my latest blog posts. Thank you for visiting!

It has been a huge honour and an amazing experience to work together with The Alternative Stories and Fake Realties Podcast on several projects.

In Scottish folklore a selkie is a being that can shapeshift from seal to human. My audiodrama Selkie is based on this and tells the story of a selkie who is forced to live her life on land and cannot return to the sea. You can view the trailer below and listen to the episode here.

The Witches’ Circle is a short story inspired by the dark witchy folklore of Flanders and can be read in The Seelie Crow, Issue 3.

Naart Stuyck is a short piece of fiction based on Flemish folklore about a haunted bakery and part of the Ghostlore Audio Fiction Anthology. Listen here.

The Folklore of Animals, Creatures, Beasts and Familiars. Listen to this episode here.

Read my short story ‘Women’s March on Versailles’ in The Copperfield Review.

BookWorm Saturday is happy to announce that we are teaming up with our Saturday buddy Superstition Saturday to embark on a secret project together outside of Twitter.

Both teams at Superstition Saturday and BookWorm Saturday are really excited to tell you more about our upcoming project together soon, and we hope that you are going to love it too.


Buy me a coffee so that I can keep writing stories inspired by the wonderful dark world that is Flemish folklore. Anything you can do to help support me is appreciated so much and really makes a difference.


Ghostlore: Naart Stuyck

Naart Stuyck is a short piece of fiction that is based on ghosts who are said to haunt the Belgian city of Ghent. It is part of Ghostlore: An Audio Fiction Anthology produced by the Alternative Stories and Fake Realities Podcast and edited by Lyndsey Croal. You can find part one of the podcast which …

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Dear Bookworms, we are delighted that so many of you are participating in the #BookWormSat every Saturday on Twitter. Reading all your literary tweets, what your favourites are, and discovering new novels, poems and plays to read is absolutely wonderful. Because the hashtag is growing a little bit every week we thought it would be …

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The Belgian Karnemelkbrug: Ghosts, Water devils and Witchcraft

The Karnemelkbrug or buttermilk bridge in Ghent, Belgium is first mentioned in the city archives in 1199. The bridge was demolished in 1900 but fortunately the folktales that were set there didn’t disappear along with the bridge. It was a place where water devils lurked, a place associated with witchcraft and the spot where the …

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