About the Author

Paul EdwardsPaul lives in Frome, a historic market town in Somerset, England. He is a lifelong fan of the horror genre, both books and films, and has been writing his own stories for years. To date, over 50 of his stories have been published in a variety of magazines, anthologies and webzines.

He has had two honourable mentions in The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, and one story, A Place the Night Can't Touch was made into a short film by students at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design.

Paul's debut collection, Black Mirrors, was released in paperback in May 2012 and a second anthology, Now That I've Lost You was published in 2013 in both Kindle and paperback editions.

His influences include indie/alternative rock music, dark fiction, horror films and the general insanity of everyday life.