Welcome to the website of Paul Stephenson - Author

 

"Great read - the end of the world AND a sadistic mass murderer - what more could anyone want? Starts with a bang and keeps the tension ratcheting up right to the end." - Amazon UK Review

Paul Stephenson is a writer and blogger.

His first book, the 5-star-rated apocalyptic horror Blood on the Motorway, is out now.

His second book, the non-fiction musical challenge tale Welcome to Discovery Park, is also out now.

Sleepwalk City, the second book in the Blood on the Motorway series, is also out now.

 

If people decide to read these books, he might consider writing some more.  If they don't he'll probably keep writing them anyway. 

You can find out more about Paul and his writing at the links above, or by signing up to the mailing list.


Extracts from Paul's books

'Corpses lay all over the street. Some were burnt, their limbs curled into themselves from the heat. Some were crushed, entangled in one of several car wrecks that dotted the road. Limbs, torsos and heads were strewn haphazardly in their wake. Some were just dead, lying there oblivious to the carnage that surrounded them.' - Blood on the Motorway, out now!

'Disco sucks. It’s a vile and wretched pox on the landscape of musical history, a music designed to be stripped of all merit save for its ability to make people shuffle around in darkened rooms trying, desperately to blot out the tedium of their existence, literally dancing to the beat of their own repression. That’s even before you take into account the squeaky voices.' - Welcome to Discovery Park, out now!

'A bolt of lightning arced up from the cloud, and there was a brief ‘ooh’ from some of her fellow passengers, until it arched in the air and slammed into the wing. The wing splintered and burst into flame' - Sleepwalk City, out now!

 

"I devoured this book with a mixture of glee and pity. Paul has allowed me to laugh at the ludicrous nature of this list and I applaud him for not rage-quitting as I may have done. Buy this book!" - Amazon UK Review