LONDON (PRWEB) January 14, 2020
Libby Andrews’ new fantasy fiction that features the world of wolves, incorporated with the topic of mental illness such as anxiety and depression, is set to entertain the readers, as well as promote mental health awareness.
Andrews has been mesmerized with wolves, and finds them interesting and mysterious. Her creative juices were flowing frantically and she felt that the only way to get rid of these ideas is to write them down. This is how she molded “A Reason for Being” (published by AuthorHouse UK).
Set in a post-apocalyptic future, Sora Sakurai finds herself gifted with the ability to turn into a wolf. Her primary mission is to bring peace between man and wolf, who have been fighting for ages. While striving to achieve this, Sora is also struggling because of her anxiety, depression and recurring suicidal thoughts. How would she overcome these challenges to eventually become a beacon of hope?
Andrews, herself, has been struggling with these illness. She hopes that through her book, she can develop awareness on these issues and that people who are suffering the same will soon overcome these challenges.
For more information on the book, please visit https://www.authorhouse.com/en-gb/bookstore/bookdetails/803495-a-reason-for-being.
“A Reason for Being”
By Libby Andrews
Softcover | 6x9 in | 176 pages | ISBN 9781728396736
E-Book | 176 pages | ISBN 9781728396729
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
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