About Catherine Green

Catherine Green: ghostbuster, author, mother and wife. My ghosts lurk within the human mind; my supernatural creatures are loud and proud.

You heard me. I hunt ghosts, both the scary old house kind, and those that are not so easily revealed. I live with people that have mental health challenges, mainly depression and anxiety, and those kinds of ghosts are the most difficult to slay.

I also suffer from chronic pain caused by a rare congenital eye disorder: Lymphedema Distichiasis. I bet you couldn’t even pronounce that one, eh?! I have severe Dry Eye Syndrome, Blepharitis, and a host of other symptoms that leave me with extremely sore, dry eyes most of the time. I practically pour eyedrops in all day every day, but it’s never enough. I carry a recessive gene, FOXC2, meaning my parents were a bad biological match. But I never let it stop me doing what I enjoy: writing.

As the pagan housewife I blog about lifestyle, family, the world of books, and of course, my favourite pastime, ghost hunting. I also blog about my adventures in British shamanism and witchcraft, and holistic health and well-being. Contact me for collaborations, product reviews, and anything else we might create together.

It is not surprising, then, that my novels feature supernatural creatures exhibiting weird and wonderful personality traits, magical powers, and all the quirks of a human magnified and heightened. The Redcliffe Novels are set in a fictional seaside town in Cornwall, and my next series of novels tell tales of vampires and vampire hunters in the North West of England. Come and take a look, if you dare…

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If you  enjoy reading my blog posts and you want to see continued improvement to the SpookyMrsGreen website, please do consider  sending a small donation. Even the occasional £1 or $1 will be greatly appreciated.

Just click the link here, and help this Indie writer to thrive.

Thank you!


27 Responses to About Catherine Green

  1. David Gladwin says:

    At least you are refreshingly different to the tough old harridans I keep bumping into lately. No names, no packdrill! However as long as you keep to the normal day-to-day things like ghosts and vampires (vampyrs to purists I think) and don’t wander off down the H.P.Lovecraft genre you should be fine and probably fun. Coming from riverside marshlands we knew there were strange things out there and my late wife was half Welsh and ‘fey’. The Yorkshire Moors terrified her, and down by Sedgemoor (scene of a particularly bloody English Civil War battle) where we stayed in our camper for few nights she could hear the noises of the men dying, and the crashing of weapons etc. Apparently the area is known for it, altho the stories are supressed by the tourist board.

    • Thanks! Ooh your experiences sound very interesting. I have dreams of travelling round the UK in a camper van one day, exploring all the obscure haunted locations I can find. I appreciate your support for my blog.

  2. 4amWriter says:

    Well, hello there Spooky! I have finally made it around to your site to thank you again for posting on my blog. You lead an incredibly interesting life, and I love the background in your picture posted above…it looks like the perfect area to get some writing done, water and draping, leafy trees. Love it.

    Anyway, good luck with your writing endeavors, although from the sounds of it you are already doing quite well. Congratulations.

    I notice you have a link about ghost hunting which intrigues me, too. I grew up in a house that was occupied by ghosts. (I can’t say “haunted” by ghosts because they weren’t scary, they were just around.)

    All right then, off I go! Keep in touch…

  3. 4amWriter says:

    Hello there!
    If you’re up for an award, there is one waiting for you at http://4amwriter.com/2012/01/24/4amwriter-is-one-lovely-blog/


  4. So nice to connect! I love your blog and am looking forward to reading more. Keep up your amazing work!

  5. Fairies says:

    Hello, my name is Ty Hulse, I’m a folklorist who’s written a book on the motivations of fairies and Europe’s old folk religions. Although this book is in part intended for writers I believe that it can be useful for anyone looking for information on fairies.

    Please let me know if you’d be interested in reviewing it?

    I have pieces of it along with other thoughts on fairies at http://zeluna.net/fairies/.

    I also have a page dedicated to folk religion at http://zeluna.net/pagan-fairytales.


    Ty Hulse

    • Hello Ty,

      Thank you, yes I would be interested in doing a review. Please email me at spiritsistersinfo.gmail.com and send me a PDF copy of your book if you have it. I will gladly post my review on Amazon, Goodreads and other networks if you want.


  6. fivereflections says:

    hello – nice to meet you
    David in Maine USA

  7. Hello David! It is lovely to meet you and thanks for the follow.

  8. Hello, Catherine! My name is Kirsten Laulainen and I was searching around for blogs that do daily Oracle card readings, and I found yours. I have produced my own set of Oracle cards, called Guidance Dogs, and I was wondering if you would be up to having your own set of these cards, and using them in readings on your site? They are dog themed, and are inspired by the great woman of Oracle cards, Doreen Virtue. 🙂 I do weekly YouTube videos with these cards, but I’m trying to connect with like-minded individuals about the cards that I’ve created as a way to get the word out, and help people to become aware of these. Please contact me if interested. Thank you for doing what you do! In case you want to watch one of the videos, here is a link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opuRe-SpG80

  9. terrytrekker says:

    Great blog. When I look up at sky and see millions of stars I sometimes wonder if I am up there at nights.

  10. Hi Catherine, I’m stopping by to introduce myself and wish you luck with the A-Z Blog Challenge. I’ll mostly be exploring CHANGE and SENSORY AWARENESS and how to implement these concepts in storytelling. Hope to see you around 🙂 -Belinda.

  11. Steve says:

    I found your great blog through the WLC Blog Follows on the World Literary Cafe! Great to connect!

  12. Rajiv says:

    Very, very interesting indeed!

  13. I’m kind of late to the party, but I also I found you through the WLC Blog Follows on the World Literary Cafe! Great to connect!

  14. Great work Catherine, I love your passion for what you love to do! It can only mean great things for you and those you are helping. Well done.

  15. Davy D says:

    Catherine, great to connect and thank you for following my blog. I am especially interested in the ghost hunting / shamanic side so look forward to reading more of your work.

  16. Paul says:

    This is a wonderful and refreshing site, thank you so much for sharing!

  17. FantasyFed says:

    I am very similar to you, though its chronic ear infections and having ear drops daily long-term for me, with ear infection type migraines and sinusitis. 😦 So I feel for you!

    • Aww, thanks, and I feel for you too! My daughter had an ear infection that spread into her cheek cavity last year, she ended up having emergency surgery to save her life!

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