Barry Huggins


Barry Huggins is a writer and educator to the creative industries. His teaching revolves around writing, photography and digital technologies, primarily to clients from the publishing and broadcasting world, but also to individuals from a broad range of diverse backgrounds.

His first fiction title, published in April 2014 is The Evanescence of Being. He is also the author of eight non-fiction titles covering photography, Photoshop and creative digital techniques. His books have been translated into seven languages.

He is currently working on completing his second fiction novel which is scheduled for publication during 2014.

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Photoshop A trick of the light
Learn how to create beautiful lighting within Photoshop with this inspirational range of tutorials covering professional techniques from beginner to advanced levels. Each fully self contained project is covered with step by step and includes all the original images, that can be downloaded from the author's website. The eBook is compatible with tablets, phones, PC and Macs.


The Sexual Imperative
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 16,640. Language: English. Published: October 1, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Erotic
In the dead of night he wakes. He is alone, but the shifting shadows that stir within his room suggest the presence of another. From the the darkness emerges his dread, but could he be wrong? is this dread actually the most sensual encounter ever to enter his life? In the hours before dawn he must make a decision that will define not only this night but what remains of the days of his life.
A Late Monsoon
Price: Free! Words: 5,970. Language: British English. Published: July 18, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Plays & Screenplays » European, Fiction » Themes & motifs » Family sagas
On the shaded veranda of a post colonial Bombay hotel, two men shelter from the pre monsoon heat. Their generations and ideologies differ but they share the same turbulent moment in time. As they muse on the consequences of their changing world, they confront each other with questions affecting each of their personal worlds; questions they would prefer not to face.

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