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Paul Stephenson writes pulp fiction for the digital age. His first novel series – the indie-published apocalyptic Blood on the Motorway trilogy – has been an Amazon bestseller on both sides of the Atlantic. A former journalist, he holds a diploma in Creative Writing at Oxford University.

His stories have been featured on the chart-topping horror podcasts, The Other Stories and The Night’s End. His newest project, the ebook serial The Sunset Chronicles, is a dystopian sci-fi thriller that will delight and terrify fans of science fiction and horror alike. He is also the creator of the podcasts, Bleakwood, tales of terror from a mysterious English town, and is one half of the All Creatives Now team, with fellow horror author, Kev Harrison.

He lives in England with his wife, two children, and one hellhound.


An apocalyptic storm. A killer on the loose. The battle for humanity’s survival starts here.

The year is 2107. Earth is dying. For Wyn, Lois, and Judd, that’s the least of their problems.

When darkness comes, it doesn’t ask permission.


What tore a hole in the world? Can we ever get it back?

Conversations about creativity with fellow author Kev Harrison

“Full of humour and wonderfully flawed characters … a genuinely good read.” – Amazon Review

This book is absolutely brilliant! A real page-turner, fantastic pace and full of suspense. Often, I find that stories told from several perspectives result in one-dimensional, shallow, unlikable characters – but this is not the case in this book. The main characters are fantastic, gutsy, funny and, at times, unlikely heroes. The villain is suitably chilling and the cause of the apocalypse – and the reason for its survivors – surprising and unique. If you liked The Stand by Stephen King, you will love this!

– Amazon review of Blood on the Motorway

I’m really tired now because I kept having to read just one more chapter before going to bed.”

– Amazon Review of A Final Storm

“This one is a real gem. It’s better than many bestsellers I’ve read recently and it deserves more attention.”

– Goodreads review of Last Light