Stephen Henning is the author of the Class Heroes book series. He lives in the UK with his wife, Rebecca, who – rather handily – is an editor and proofreader. Equally fortuitously, whether it be out of love, duty or genuine enjoyment, she also reads his books.
Stephen studied English Literature in Sheffield and went on to become a journalist for a regional newspaper in Manchester. He then moved into publishing and set up his own technical-communication consultancy, Elucidox Ltd, with his friend and colleague Andrew Butters. Elucidox publishes the Class Heroes books, which are aimed at teenagers and adults.
Stephen has always enjoyed writing stories, making films and having fun. The Class Heroes books encompass all three of these hobbies, in no particular order.
Stephen also writes for the popular entertainment website WhatCulture!
This is a short story in the Class Heroes series. Never read a Class Heroes book before? Doesn't matter. This is a self-contained story about one of the principal characters, 16-year-old Lolly Rosewood. Lolly is on the run. She has arrived in London, penniless, alone and – worse still – she has lost her fearsome superpowers.
This is a ghost story with a twist. Yes there are ghosts, yes there is a haunted wood, excited ghost hunters, unexplained deaths, and supernatural thrills. But there are also the trials and tribulations of two teenage superheroes, fighting for their lives and their very identities.This is Book 2 in the Class Heroes superhero novel series.