Simon Law, author, was born October 23, 1983 in the town of Crawley, Sussex, England.
Law first became a published writer in 2009 with the release of his début novel 'Bringing Forth the End of Days', an apocalyptic novel set in his home town of Crawley. Although his early works were mainly science fiction, Law now concentrates his writing primarily in the horror genre.
During his studies at the local community college, Law focused his education mainly on maths and science - obtaining high qualifications in both, but says he only discovered his passion for writing later in life.
After leaving college in 2001, Law became part of a small film production team and was involved in many low-budget productions such as 'Attack of the Martian Dinosaurs', before the team finally disbanded in 2007.
In his spare time Law likes to dabble in photography, animation, and music production. He is an avid fan of Stephen King, Richard Laymon, and Dean Koontz, and also enjoys classic literature by authors such as Edgar Allan Poe, Bram Stoker and H.G. Wells.