Saturday, January 16, 2016

The Depression Handbook for Writers: A Simple and Practical Advice Guide

Is it just me, or are a lot of writers depressed?


It's not just me. And it's not just you.

Whether you're a professional author or not, it's possible that you've dealt with depression in your life. I've been chronically depressed since my late teens. It sucks, but there is hope.

That's why I decided to put together a simple and practical advice guide for writers with depression. I'm not a doctor, so don't take anything I've got to say as medical advice, but if you're having a rough time right now, maybe you'll pick up a copy. It's free at most vendors.

What if you're not a writer, but you are depressed?

Well, this book consists of 3 sections:
  • things I do to lift my mood and improve my outlook
  • things writers can do to keep business going even when you can't write
  • author interviews

So the first section is pretty general and could be helpful to writers and readers alike.

If you need this book, I hope it's helpful to you.

Find it at
Kobo
Google Play
OmniLit
BarnesNoble
Smashwords

As I mentioned, The Depression Handbook for Writers is free at most ebookstores, but it hasn't been price matched yet at Amazon.  If anyone's got a few seconds to spare, you could scroll down to the section that says Product Details, click where is says "tell us about a lower price" and plug in the BarnesNoble link, or the Google Play one. I'd really appreciate it. I want everyone who needs this book to be able to get their hands on it, and I don't want price to be an obstacle.

I hope this post crosses your screen exactly when you need it, or when someone in your life does. More than that, I hope it helps.

All my love,
Giselle

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