Name: Swan Morrison
Web Site: http://www.short-humour.org.uk/
Bio: Swan Morrison is the pen name of Brian Huggett. Brian lives with his wife and a cat called Blackie in Hampshire, England. He has been publishing work on the Internet and in print since 2001. In 2006, he created the Short Humour Site at: http://www.short-humour.org.uk for comedy writing of around 500 words. He has published three books of his own Short Humour - each containing one hundred stories, dialogues, poems, letters, spoof news reports, articles and songs. These books are called: A Man of Few Words, A Man of a Few More Words, A Man of Yet a Few More Words. The Short Humour Trilogy website is at: http://www.short-humour.org.uk/writersshowcase/The_Short_Humour_Trilogy.htm. In addition, ten comic songs which were published in A Man of a Few More Words are also available in The Swan Morrison Songbook. Brian/Swan published his first novel, Judgement Day, in September 2014. The Judgement Day website is at: http://www.short-humour.org.uk/writersshowcase/judgementday.htm. He published a novella, Deep Black, in August 2015. The Deep Black website is at: http://www.short-humour.org.uk/writersshowcase/deepblack.htm. He is currently working on the sequel to Judgement Day called Until the End of Time. In addition to his own writing, Brian/Swan has published five other books - each of which contains Short Humour by fifty different contributors to the Short Humour Site. These books are called: People of Few Words, People of Few Words - Volume 2, People of Few Words - Volume 3, People of Few Words - Volume 4, People of Few Words - Volume 5. All profits from the writings of Swan Morrison are currently donated to the UK registered charity supported by the Short Humour Site, Friends of Teso (Uganda) - http://www.friends-of-teso-uganda.org.uk/. Interviews with Brian/Swan can be read at: Awesomegang (2015): http://awesomegang.com/?s=swan+morrison Six Questions For... (2011): http://sixquestionsfor.blogspot.com/search/label/Short%20Humour%20Site Duotrope's Digest (2010): http://www.duotrope.com/interview.aspx?id=2871
Posts by Swan Morrison:
When a meteorite destroyed a house in a sleepy, English village, no one could have predicted the chain of events that would lead Swan Morrison and Helen Hargreaves to romance and would ultimately propel them into an epic battle for the very survival of mankind.
How can one adequately describe a novel that is (in alphabetical order): an adventure filled; archaeological; comic; crime featuring; dramatic; erotic; espionage laced; horror tinged; political; religious; romantic; science fiction; supernatural thriller with philosophical, satirical and allegorical undertones?
This affectionate tribute to many classic storylines is where the writers of the Archers meet the creators of Indiana Jones meet Dan Brown meet John le Carré meet E. L. James meet Stephen King meet Isaac Asimov meet Barbara Cartland meet Harold Robbins meet Colin Dexter meet Ian Fleming meet Woody Allen meet Douglas Adams – to name just a very few.