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Depression Ate My Soul: Depression Ate My Soul A Collection of Poems

by Sue Holt

This is Sue Holt's second collection of poetry. Sue is a poet who suffers from mental distress. Her first book 'Poems of Survival' was Sue's opportunity to open up the Pandora's box that contained memories of...

Black Magic

by Suzannah Knight

After a year travelling around the World Suzannah comes back to England to start university. Things start to go wrong as she is tempted into experimenting with drugs. She drops out of university and during her...

Pain is my Pleasure: The Autobiography of a Mental Health Patient

by Tahir Mahmood Malik

This book is an autobiographical account of Tahir's breakdown and subsequent recovery with the help of the mental health services. Tahir suffered an awful breakdown in his marriage during which he was psychologicallly...

For Madmen Only

by Linda Stoneman

'From Heights to Depths and Somewhere in Between' is Linda Stoneman's first publication. A true, personal and factual account of some of Linda's life experiences, some of which she believes, triggered her bipolar...

Girl Power

by Lee Seymour

'Girl Power' by Lee Seymour is the follow up to 2008`s debut "Hemiplegic Utopia." This is no sordid, kiss and tell collection, not by any means, nor a fight for female rights, but a very short, honest diary...

God With Humour: Laughter Is The Best Medicine!

by Paul McGoldrick

Highly acclaimed working class Scots actor/comedian/author Paul M'Goldrick takes us on a frightening and sometimes hilarious account of his battles with alcoholism and bipolar affective disorder (formerly known...

From Goldfish Bowl to Ocean: Personal Accounts of Mental Illness and Beyond

by Zoe McIntosh

Zoe McIntosh's book is based around sixteen recorded conversations with people who have volunteered to open-up about their experiences with serious mental health problems. Their accounts illustrate the varying...

Molly Cullen - Blessings on The Wild Child

by Maureen Oliver

Molly Cullen is a naive seventeen year old on the brink of the London art scene in the 1960's. Fuelled by dreams of success and fame as an artist, she gains a place at a London art school and it is her dreams...

Garden Lover's Birthday Book

by Rosaleen O'Brien

One can only describe this book as a little gem. Award winning author Doctor Rosaleen O`Brien has helped you the reader to get right inside the inner thoughts of family and friends so that on their next birthday...

Over On The East Side

by Rachel Gunn

Over on the East Side, a story by Rachel Gunn is about a young woman, Tuesday, who over time becomes disgusted with men and society and its unrealistic expectations. She details her childhood, how she was confused...

It Will Not Last The Night

by Sid Prise

This novel takes place in the thrilling years of the Weimar Republic in Germany, a time when the first modern queer movements and feminist movements were converging with radical political movements of various...

Mother II

by L A Westfall

Mother II' is the brave follow up to 'Mother', LA Westfall's equally brave and revealing book on childhood abuse and depression. 'Mother II' brings the story up-to-date and focuses on how a childhood of abuse...


by Philip Hill

Overcoming the label of learning disability may be an achievement but also triumphing over the obstacles caused by prejudice at being labeled with schizophrenia is highly unusual. Philip Hill uses his auto-biographical...

Gungi Blues

by Sanchita Islam

Gungi Blues chronicles the trials and tribulations of a dysfunctional Bangladeshi family growing up in Manchester. The main character Mina, who after being widowed at 25 with three little girls, remarries and...

Fighting the Corners

by Patsy Gifford

My story is the personal account of my life through a middle-class background, achievements, tragedy, happiness and personal struggle with my father's Victorian-type attitudes and beliefs, as well as living...

Burning Candle

by Terence Beresford

Terry Beresford's Poems describe the experiences of manic depression and the range of emotions that this illness brings. A consistent themes through the poetry is Terry's experiences as a fire fighter and how...

Free Falling: Living On The Edge Of Insanity

by Ken Vrana

"Free Falling" traces a year in the life of writer and producer, Ken Vrana, who one day suddenly found himself ensnared in the web of anxiety disorder and clinical depression. Written in real time, as these...

Letters to Leigh

by Robert Sherman Nix III

Leigh Earle once told me that I should write a book, a comment on my lengthy letters. Yes, yes well someone must suffer. How well would everyone like to read ''Letters To Leigh'' which may soothe in a world...

One For Sorrow, Two For Joy

by Dorothy Mitchell

One for Sorry, Two for Joy is set in the early 1900s and tells of the struggle between the members of the Ford family. Reuben Ford fights in the First World War 1914-1918 and is reported missing in action on...

Melancholy Star

by John Carter

This is the real-life story of John Carter's experience of living with depression. It is not a step-by-step guide to "beat" depression. Rather, this is the actual story of how one person living with depression...