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Keeley's Poetry

by Keeley Prest

This a small collection of excellently written and expressive poetry. The subject matter may contain dark subjects such as depression, hearing voices, sadness and loneliness but the use of language and the upbeat...


Mashed Mind: Poems

by Suzanne Eley

This is a short heartfelt collection of poetry from an extremely brave woman. Her work covers topics from the personal to the universal.


Legacy of Lies

by Martine Daniel

Description Fifteen years ago, Luci's mother committed suicide, leaving behind a legacy of lies that Luci is still struggling to uncover. Now, a year after Luci was left reeling by the twin revelations that...


Histoires D'eux: Story About Them

by Laura Hargrove Schneilin

Les Histoires d'eux sont un recueil constitué de deux séries de poèmes enchevêtrés, histoires érotico-amoureuses de la fin du 20e siècle. Ces poésies peuvent être mordantes, intenses, passionnées ou...


Me? Depressed?: A Thirty-Something Woman's Story of Depression From Disbelief to Discovery

by Beth-Sarah Panton Wright

"Me? Depressed?", is an evocative, spiritual and honest chronicling of clinical depression, written from the perspective of a thirty-something, well-educated, Christian, professional, Jamaican woman, mother...


Manic Deflections: 50 More Life Poems

by John Welsh

These 50 more life poems follow on from the style of the first complilation Manic Reflections 50 Life Poems As well as new material which has come along with the confidence I have gained there are poems I wrote...


Colonies

by Paul D. Wilson

"Colonies" follows the story of three ants; Ara, Squadro and Rane, as they make their way from the desecrated colony at Hotel Ethos, Calvi, Corsica and head out to broaden their horizons and possibly make a...


Like Shattered Glass

by Colleen Lewis

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID, formerly Multiple Personality Disorder or MPD) is the separation of self which sometimes occurs following extreme child abuse trauma. These selves are referred to as alters....


How We Survived Our Difficult Child and Learned to Thrive

by Freda Malian

This is the true story of Ben, who has an undiagnosed disorder, which manifests itself in unpredictable behaviour. It is told by Freda Malian, a practising psychotherapist for over 30 years, with the help of...


Before You Were Born

by Tamara Thompson

This is a life changing story about Mommy Frog who lives in a land called Lily Pad Pond. She does not live a very healthy lifestyle and is finding out that this is not very good for her. Throughout the story,...


Ideas Don't Die

by Linda Flynn

Ideas Don't Die' is a children's picture book which deals with the issue of death at various metaphorical levels. It is designed to help children cope with the loss of a loved one, in this instance a grandmother,...


Howard Flinch: An Introvert in a State of Angst

by Brendan Reason

Everyone is to some degree their own schizophrenic. Brendan feels it is his job in life as a committed schizophrenic to pass on his experiences in coping with this 'disease'. Brendan feels he has a lot to offer...


Ayshe, An Anatolian Tale

by Fatma Durmush

This book started life as a short story in a children's writing group. 'Anatolian Tale' is about the backwaters of Turkey; it is a story of Ayshe growing up in Anatolia and the hardships she endures. Girls in...


In 2 Minds

by Fabia Cerra

In this achingly honest memoir Fabia Cerra tells the story of her struggle with mental illness, from an abused childhood, an adolescence in which she became the World Disco Dancing Champion, and an adulthood...


Berty Tumblefluff and Friends

by Lee Pritchett

Berty Tumblefluff and Friends' is collection of magical, illustrated fairytale / children's fantasy stories about boys, girls, wizards, witches, dragons, goblins talking animals and more. The book contains sequel...


I Thought I Was the King of Scotland

by Jimmy Gilmour

This is who I thought I would be. I knew I would be able to write a small book after my second breakdown, but I am not very good at wording things, but I have tried my best. These false beliefs went on until...


Journey Into My Life

by Lisa Diallo

Everything that you read in this book is a moment in my life, as you are probably familier with the facts that we all have our ups and downs as our lives are a constant chain of experiences, there are times...


Latent Schisms, Blatant Isms

by Andrew Stephenson

For as long as I can remember I have been driven by an inner conflict, the desire to conform on the one hand, the desire to rebel on the other. My struggle with these polar opposites have led me into conflict...


In Company of Brute

by Durlabh Singh

Under the impact of the dark forces of hostility and indifference, the author suffers a mental breakdown. Slowly he fights back, aided by his writings, to regain semblance of sanity and human dignity. A pilgrim's...


Out of the Slippery Pit

by Linda Palucci

Garth Brooks had a song a few years back- "The Dance" even now when I hear it, I cry. "I could have missed the pain, but I'd have had to miss the Dance" But lots of things still make me cry. I know I am not...