It has been a little over a month since I last updated this website. This is down to me concentrating on completing ‘The Darkened Path’. As per the image on this article and social media updates, I will be publishing ‘The Darkened Path’ this month. If you are new to my blog, ‘The Darkened Path’ is about my battle with mental health.
Hi guys, you may of noticed recently that I have self-published a children’s book called Santa’s Secret. It is a short story that can be read in one night. It is funny, factual and links together two parts of Christmas. This is Santa and the birth of Jesus.
It is not a religious book but is written to pay homage to the birth of Jesus and Santa, two sides of Christmas that have shaped the Christmas we know and love.
The book can be brought as an eBook and in paperback via Amazon. £1 of each sale will be donated to Children with Cancer. To help promote the book, I am trying to raise £500. This will be spent on Facebook advertising and Amazon sponsored ads to generate more sales, which will in turn, raise more money for Children with cancer UK.
To make a donation, please visit my crowdfunding page here.
To buy the book, please visit here.
Last year, I had the idea of a children’s story. With being Christmas mad myself, it of course revolves around Christmas. I jotted the idea down, brain stormed over several coffee’s in Costa and came up with the finished book ‘Santa’s Secret’.
I could of sworn that I had wrote an article on here about Shelley but as I looked through the archives, I could not find one. Therefore, here is a little introduction to the monster, gremlin oh bugger it, my inspiration.
For those unaware, I am currently writing a book sharing my battle with depression, social anxiety and OCD (in the form of obsessive thinking). The book is coming along nicely and I start it off by talking a bit about the person I am.
As you might be aware by now, I run but it is something that I only started in March of this year. In short, I took it up so I can use my body to raise funds for charity in a more challenging way and to also help the depression. Not wanting to sound pompous the time has now come to use the gift of my body and raise funds for Sense.