Hello, dear readers, and welcome!
Today I'm writing a short post to let you all know about my new release, Descent To Darkness.
As I explain in the author's note for the short story, I wrote this story amidst a time when I was struggling with recurring depression. About a year or so previous to writing this short, I was having an even more difficult time with depression, and suicidal thoughts as an extension, and I penned this story to not only help me sort out my feelings, but also to put down my thoughts about where I had been, and where I was headed. This short helped me realize that, yes, I had been in a very dark place, but that I didn't have to stay there, and that with every decision I was moving forward instead of back, to somewhere brighter.
It has been months since I wrote this short, and I am glad to say that I am in a much better place now, and, though I still battle (don't we all?), things are certainly looking up. My birthday is right around the corner, and so I see the release of this short as a celebration, rather than a dark reminder -- I may have been in darkness, but now I'm moving forward, away from it, and I truly have something to celebrate.
The official synopsis:
Her life is in shambles, nightmares abound, and the permanent way out seems the best option -- but a midnight visit from a dangerous stranger changes everything.
An unexpected look at suicide, its aftermath, and how a change in thinking can help lead us to the light.
I want you to know that if you're suffering, there is always hope. It may not be where you expect it to be, and moving forward may not be easy, but it is worth it. Each of us has a beautiful destiny, and it is worth fighting for and chasing after.
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Descent To Darkness is available at:
Amazon: US -- UK -- Australia -- Canada -- Germany -- France -- Italy -- India -- Japan -- Mexico -- Netherlands -- Spain
Coming soon to: Nook, iBooks, and more.
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