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About the Author
Stephen Brown popped into the world in England, November 1974 with the umbilical cord around his neck. Since then he has struggled to build himself an alternative world, a kind of surrogate womb for him to exist in. A professional horse-mumbler (not quite as good as a fully-fledged Whisperer), he also spends a large portion of his time either backpacking around the far-flung countries of the world or creating something out of these experiences. Along with writing, painting and wood-carving he also performs massage and Reiki, offering healing and initiations where required or desired. He has travelled to and lived in exotic countries since the tender age of six and intends to carry on doing this for as long as is humanly possibly. Right now his exotic country of choice is… Belgium??? He confesses to being deeply interested in indigenous cultures from all over the world and draws influences from as many alternative outlooks and perspectives on life as possible. He has written three novels to date, along with numerous short stories, hundreds of poems, songs and haiku, all of which should be available as soon as he can bring some semblance of order to it all! Visit www.thestephenbrown.co.uk to find out more about the man He is witty, charming, highly intelligent and available for hire in all (good) shops. “I am actually very, very interesting...”