Hollow Stone Press sends into orbit the first five books in monthly serial that blends horror and science fiction, from the author of the bestselling Blood on the Motorway series.
British-based independent publisher Hollow Stone Press is pleased to announce readers can now enjoy all five episodes of the first season of the digital-only flagship publication, the epic Sunset Chronicles by British author Paul Stephenson. The Sunset Chronicles is a dystopian sci-fi thriller that will delight and terrify fans of science fiction and horror alike; an epic tale that will spread over nine full seasons, with five monthly instalments per series.
Author Paul Stephenson says: “My love for sci fi is rooted in seeing Alien and Aliens at an impressionable age, and I wanted to echo the same creeping dread that I felt watching Ripley going through those tunnels with a motion sensor all those years ago. But while this saga started with a trip to an ice moon in our own solar system, I soon realised there was a whole world around the Minos mission that was itching to be told. It’s a global saga of struggle against oppression, about fighting back against those who control our world in the interest of profit to the exclusion of all else. Taking in everything from the crumbling ruins of Europe to an ice moon around Jupiter, all tied together under an overarching plot of corporate power and greed. I can’t wait for readers to find out what’s in store for Wyn, Judd, and Lois, and the rest of the cast of characters.”
Paul Stephenson writes pulp fiction for the digital age. His first series – the apocalyptic Blood on the Motorway trilogy – has been an Amazon bestseller on both sides of the Atlantic, and his work has been featured on the chart-topping horror podcast, The Other Stories. He is also the creator of Bleakwood, a horror podcast, and a co-host of the All Creatives Now podcast exploring creativity in the modern world with fellow horror author, Kev Harrison. He lives in England with his wife, two children, and one hellhound.
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