Looking for a specific story? Here are all the episodes in chronological order:

The Four Dolls

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the servant, the wizard, and the marionette.

A determined girl finds herself keeping house for a wizard and finds out that those who came before her did not fare well. [Go to post.]

The Three Miracles

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the tired queen, the yearning prince, and the remarkable artist.

Before he will agree to take the throne, a young prince begs to be shown three actual miracles, because he isn’t ready to rule and feels like he knows nothing of the world. [Go to post.]

The Man and the Mermaid

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the pretty girl, the patient man, and the kind mermaid.

After losing the woman he thought he wanted to marry, a man meets a mermaid and finds out he didn’t lose anything after all. [Go to post.]

The Suitable Suitors

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the heirs, the trials, and the valiant ladies.

A wise king and queen wish to see both their daughter and son well married before deciding which one of them should take the throne, and two brave noblewomen present themselves to woo them. [Go to post.]

The Frost Lady

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the frozen mountain, the little town, and the cold journey.

From the top of her frozen mountain, the lady of ice and frost allows a little town to plunge into eternal winter, not expecting anyone brave enough to come to confront her. [Go to post.]

The Grateful Genie

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the young man, the bottle and the unwished wishes.

A kind young man frees a genie and has a very hard time convincing said genie that he truly does not need the traditional three wishes in return. [Go to post.]

The Baby on the Beach

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the ring, the kelpie, and the helpful animals.

A young man grows up with the blessing of the animals that inhabit the beach where he grew up and takes this luck with him on a quest to find the perfect ring to propose to his sweetheart. [Go to post.]

Coffee and Faerie Cakes (special)

The first chapter of my urban fantasy book Coffee and Faerie Cakes, which also works as a short one-shot.

Nowadays hardly anyone notices if you’re of faerie descent and Jeanne has no trouble whatsoever running a nice little café in Paris. They keep their magic in check, save the occasional splash of comfort in the coffee or a dusting of joy on the pastries, and are happy with simply observing their mortal customers without ever giving themself away.
At least that’s how it was, before a young man waltzed in who is just a bit too pretty and definitely a bit too light-fingered. Rule number one: never steal from a faerie. [Go to post.]

The Boy of the Birds

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the king, the garden, and the feather cloak.

A greedy king tries to catch the bird that keeps stealing treasures from his royal garden, and ends up capturing a young shape shifter. [Go to post.]

The Enchanted Garden

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the woods, the roses, and the weeds.

After having eaten a stolen fruit from it when just a child, a young woman feels compelled to sneak into a witch’s garden just one more time. [Go to post.]

On the importance of lawyers

A Patchwork Fantasy Snippet full of urban fantasy Greek mythology.

In which an unsuspecting lawyer gets a visit from Hades and Persephone. [Go to post.]

The River Sprite

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the river, the debt, and the sick child.

A woman helps a weakened river sprite and finds that this sprite now considers herself indebted to her until she has repaid the saving of her life. [Go to post.]

Once upon a time in a graveyard

A Patchwork Fantasy Snippet full of found family and ghosts.

Two long dead best friends find an unusual visitor in their graveyard. [Go to post.]

The Creature in the Lake

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the siblings, the curse, and the salamanders.

A curious young woman sets out to see something of the world, and stumbles upon a lonely creature hidden in a dark lake. [Go to post.]

Matters of fae and fostering

A Patchwork Fantasy Snippet full of faerie lore and urban fantasy professionalism.

In which a surprised social worker gets a visit from two very enthousiastic fae. [Go to post.]

The Dance Mistress and the Master Seamstress

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the dancing, the dressing and the royal assignment.

Two extremely talented sisters are called to the royal court to attend to the Queen’s only child and find that even they may not be up to the challenge. [Go to post.]

The Count Who Fell In Love With a Pie

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the pie, the count, and the mysterious baker.

A young count happens to eat the best pie he has ever tasted at a party and makes it his mission to find whoever baked it so he can marry them, or at the very least offer them a job at his castle. [Go to post.]

The Dancing Moths

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the moths, the lovesickness, and the green torch.

A young man grows enchanted with one of the beautiful moth girls that dance amidst the marsh fires and tries to coax her to his side. [Go to post.]

The Washer Maid

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the mermaids, the handkerchiefs, and the magic cure.

When a prince falls deathly ill a brave washer maid sets off to find a cure. If only so his poor sister the princess will stop crying. [Go to post.]

The Hawthorn Tree

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the father, the changeling, and the faerie queen.

A man who has a great wish to be a father begs the fae for help, but the only children the faeries can bestow on anyone are changelings. [Go to post.]

The Royal Flower Girl

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the bird, the nobleman, and the mysterious song.

The flower girl tending to the palace gardens finds a bird that has a strange song to sing, taught to him by an unknown nobleman. [Go to post.]

The Sentimental Magpie

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the necklace, the ring, and the coin.

A young magpie sets off into the world to find a good reason to follow the thieving instincts he was born with, and encounters several situations where a little thievery can spread a lot of happiness. [Go to post.]

The Girl Who Went to Find Her Sibling

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the trolls, the amulets, and the animal lords.

When her little sibling gets taken, a brave girl crosses three different animal kingdoms in an attempt to find them. [Go to post.]

The Boy and the Water Nymph

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the nymph, the apprentice, and the three dresses.

A young man who has no idea what to make of his life falls in love with a water nymph who will not leave her pool unless she has something better to wear than her water. [Go to post.]

The Stolen Heart

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the brave guard, the fearless parent, and the greedy sorceress.

When their husband does not come home as promised, a brave parent-to-be crosses a dangerous wasteland in search of him. [Go to post.]

The Fisherman’s Favour

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the wayward fisherman, the caught merrow, and unasked favour.

A young fisherman finds a merrow entangled in his net one day and is given the chance to ask for a single favour. [Go to post.]

The Seven Seamstresses

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the veiled seamstress, the cruel nobles, and the jade pendant.

A clever young seamstress goes to work for a lord and lady who have driven six other seamstresses away already, determined to teach them a lesson. [Go to post.]

The Duke’s Adopted Daughter

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the witch, the dragon, and the iron stove.

A foolhardy girl and a cursed boy adopt each other and leave their home to find a way to lift his curse. [Go to post.]

The Stolen Egg

A Patchwork Fantasy Tale about bravery and family.

Dragon eggs shouldn’t be left lying around without proper care, they really shouldn’t. [Go to post.]

The Selkie’s Friendship

A Patchwork Fantasy Tale about friendship and childhood.

The summer is a good season for forging friendships, especially where selkies are concerned. [Go to post.]

The Daughter of the Boasting Miller

A Fix-it Fairy Tale: more kindness, more consent and more inclusivity for ‘Rumplestiltskin’.

Spinning straw into gold and making dangerous trades is all well and good, but the rest of the Grimms’ Rumplestiltskin could really do with some fixing. [Go to post.]

Dragon Tamer

A Patchwork Fantasy Tale about princes and dragons.

The true account of how one ferocious and honourable gentleman dragon tamed his humans. [Go to post.]

The Stolen Lilac

A Fix-it Fairy Tale: more kindness, more consent and more inclusivity for ‘Prunella’.

A flower-loving youth accidentally picks a lilac from a witch’s garden and ends up having to face some very unnerving trials, but also the witch’s beautiful daughter… [Go to post.]

Magically Informed Social Work (special)

A day in the life of a Magically Informed Social worker, answering all the questions the concerned citizens of a modern urban fantasy world might have about jackalopes, surprise familiars, ghosts, what human children eat, and how to prepare for shapeshifting. [Go to post.]

The Girl Engaged to the Northern Wind

A Patchwork Fairy Tale: the one with the vow, the four winds and the frozen tears.

Three siblings each make a wish about who they wish to marry when they grow up and the middle child finds her declaration most unexpectedly answered. [Go to post.]

Of Lemurs and Libraties

A Patchwork Fantasy Snippet full of old books and fuzzy snouts.

In which a new library assistant meets some very special library occupants. [Go to post.]