About the Author

Hello and welcome! 🙂 I’m Bekah Ferguson: an old-soul bookworm who lives in Ontario, Canada, with my husband and three children.

I enjoy spooky, magical, thought-provoking stories and folklore.

Thus, I’ve made a shift in writing aspirations, completely changed my genre (formerly Christian fiction), and am currently working on a fantasy novel for middle graders – a project I’ve been daydreaming about for two years and have finally embarked upon. 😀

It takes place in Ontario, Canada, late 1800s, and features British Home Children and the French-Canadian legend of the Loup-garou (a.k.a werewolf!).

I’ve also begun a mini-series called Canadian Folklore & Ghost Stories which features re-tellings of legends from across the provinces. To augment the series for non-readers, my husband and I produce YouTube video versions of these same tales.

I write other short stories as well, in a variety of genres (fantasy, speculative, paranormal, historical, sci-fi, and fables).

I’m the author of When the Fog Cleared (Christian romance), A White Rose (Christian contemporary), and co-author of The Attic (fantasy suspense).

My latest completed novel, When the Fog Cleared, is available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle. It’s a romance that takes place in balmy Bermuda – that quaint British colony island in the North Atlantic ocean. (Hubby and I went there for our honeymoon eighteen years ago.)

I take great interest in nuance – seeking the overlooked aspect, the subtle interesting angle – and catching it by the tail as it darts in and out between the obvious or the extreme. In other words, I like to catch nuance. Nuance is subtle and illusive; a jewel worth finding.

You can follow me on Wattpad, Facebook, Mastodon, Twitter, TikTok, Instagram, Goodreads, and YouTube.

Hopefully you’ll enjoy one or more of my stories, and if you do, I’d sure love to hear from you! 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!


Featured Image by Willgard Krause from Pixabay


One thought on “About the Author”

  1. Hi I liked your thoughts on anxiety. I’m a guy so feels weird being minority for anxiety. I want to get off pills but first maybe I can master the thoughts that bring the anxiety. Maybe I’ll check out your fantasy book.

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