An indie writer with bipolar disorder, Rosen Trevithick, has just launched a short story collection called Seesaw, which contains two stories tackling mental health, as well as eight other tales on a variety of themes.
Tuesday, March 06, 2012
In the preface she states that she writes to help herself understand the world, which can be confusing for even the healthiest mind. She tells of her delight at making money from writing, after being unable to earn a living for many years, due to her mental health problems.
In order to promote the anthology, Rosen is giving away free copies of one of her short stories, a black comedy called, London, the Doggy and Me. However, it is only on promotion until Thursday, so if you're interested, grab a copy now.
The books are available for Kindle but you don't need an eReader to enjoy them. You can also get Kindle software for PCs and many smartphones.