B.W. Morris is a long-time writer for small town newspapers who put his inner comic book geek to work through writing novels. It led to the release of his debut novel, Six Pack: Emergence, the first book in the Six Pack series.
Greg Weisman, Suzanne Collins, George Orwell, Stan Lee and Conor Friedersdorf are among the writers who have influenced Morris. Weisman’s series Young Justice and Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy had the greatest influence on Morris and spurred his ideas for the Six Pack series.
Along with Young Justice and the Hunger Games, Morris is a fan of the Arrowverse shows on the CW Network and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He grew up a fan of Star Wars, Star Trek and other science fiction films. Today, he’s a fan of more graphic novels than he can count.
In his newspaper writing career, Morris has had the chance to interview sports personalities such as Butch Johnson, Billy Joe Dupree and Arian Foster. As you might surmise, Morris is a huge fan of the NFL. Along with newspaper writing, Morris contributes to Mile High Huddle.
Born in Texas but grew up in Colorado, Morris has lived in New Mexico, Oklahoma and currently resides in Kingman, Kan., where he is a member of the Kansas Writers Association and volunteers his time for the Kingman County Humane Society.