Letting Hope Enter: A Charity Set
Featuring: Multiple authors whose only goal is to help support Suicide Awareness and Prevention
Charity: All royalties will be donated to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Cover Designer: Skye MacKinnon
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RETIRED April 30, 2019, but In the Surf will reappear on its own this summer 2019!
Recently the news has started reporting the near epidemic issue of mental health illness and the rise in suicide rates. It’s a problem which could be handled and controlled so much more effectively if there wasn’t a stigma associated with both suicidal thoughts and mental health problems.
They’re both treated like dirty secrets.
This is a subject which has touched everyone in some way. Some have been affected directly; maybe they thought about it, or possibly even tried to end everything because they thought there was no other way. Others are diagnosed with various illnesses: bipolar, depression, anxiety…None of these should be a cause for shame. These can’t be controlled. People should feel comfortable talking about it and seeking help, instead of feeling like they need to hide it…
…and to know hope is always there, it just needs to be allowed to enter.
**Inside these pages are stories of despair, tragedy and pain, but also filled with hope and love and a way to see the light outside of the darkness.**
✲´*。.❄¨¯`*✲。NOW LIVE 。✲*`¯¨❄.。*´✲ TITLE: Letting Hope Enter (A Charity Anthology) PUBLISHER: Witching Hour Press
** All Proceeds Will Be Donated to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention ** AUTHORS: Featuring Authors Supporting Suicide Awareness & Prevention
Airian Eastman Maggie Jane Schuler J. M. Butler Angie Gonser Brocker Jenniefer Andersson Renee Lee Fisher Author Linnea Valle Jaime Russell Kathia Iblis ChaSiree M. D.j. Shaw Lenore Cheairs Morgan G. Farris
Liv Arnold COVER DESIGNED BY: Skye MacKinnon RETIRED April 30, 2019, but In the Surf will reappear on its own this summer 2019! BLURB: Suicide, why is it so difficult to talk about, write about or even handle in a private forum? Answers are still being searched for in the mental health communities of the hows and whys. Until then, we are trying to bring light to this issue. We want to assist with the truth, lies, prejudice, secrets, and misunderstanding of mental health. Every 40 seconds someone commits suicide. This makes it the 10th leading cause of death in America today. It is breaking news when it happens to the famous, but not enough exposure has come into the light to help everyday people. It still has a stigma and many experience shame in their issues. Letting Hope Enter is a collection of stories about the tragedy, pain and even despair of suicide. Also, it is an attempt to bring hope and awareness to this illness without the need to hide or consider it some dirty little secret. ** All proceeds from the sales will be donated to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. ** The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-825, if you or someone you know, love, care about or want to share needs this information. Please let Hope Enter, help those suffering and start talking about these issues without prejudice, misinformation or judgment.
This anthology is near and dear to my heart. Letting Hope Enter is an anthology donating 100% of its proceeds to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. (American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. (https://afsp.org/)
My close friend (https://wp.me/p7JrID-6W) has been my co-pilot on this piece. I write, and he reads and guides where I need more depth from the perspective of those left behind after the unthinkable happens. The journey with him has been difficult but rewarding. We have bonded more over the last few months writing this, and it has been intensely therapeutic for us both.