This week's episode is a tad more serious than usual. Kyra, Clare and Paula discuss mental health, and how being creative has helped them through.
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Here is the link to the creative website Write The Wrong, that we mentioned in the episode.
And for those interested in the releases we mentioned in this week's episode, below the 'read more' cut you'll find the blurbs, covers and purchase links.
The Shape Shifter Chronicles series reboot by Lauren Jankowski
In Lauren Jankowski’s Shape Shifter Chronicles, recent college grad Isis lives a normal life in a normal world, working as a photojournalist in a small city where practically nothing happens. One night, she photographs the scene of a gruesome murder. A woman is found dead in an abandoned factory. On the wall there is a strange symbol painted in blood. Isis photographs the scene. The next day, all evidence of the crime has vanished from her pictures and no one seems to have heard of any murder taking place.
As Isis proceeds to investigate, she’s drawn into the world of shape shifters and guardians. Secrets and mysteries are commonplace in this strange world. And as Isis finds answers about her own mysterious past, she also finds more questions. What is happening to the people that vanish without a trace? Who is watching her from the shadows? And what exactly is the key that everyone seems willing to kill for?
The Revelation of Faithe Eileen by Melanie McFarlane
There once was a girl,
Who lived in the woods…
Faithe Eileen can’t remember why ex-boyfriend Jake won’t talk to her anymore. She can’t remember the reason her daddy ran away or why her momma paces the hallway outside her bedroom door at night. All Faithe knows is something goes wrong everytime she gets upset, and she’s starting to lose control.