Conquering Depression A Life Worth Living

My mental health was threatened struggling alone in an uncertain world where love was absent 2yrs ago. I had given in and up to depression. My letters had been written and assets moved as I inched closer to the line between worlds. I told myself a story that was self-destructive with the repeat button on and prayed for the music to stop. My Anger ran it course and sadness ensued. My victim role established my identity and so I kept feeding it. Asking for help has always been hard for me and even when I did, I didn’t feel heard. Isolation was my companion down the rabbit hole and even though it was unwelcoming, I found more truth through self; alone, realizing I was the one hearing my thoughts. To be quite frank, I feel a little like a fraud because even though I haven’t rescinded back into my personal Hell, completely conquering depression hasn’t been achieved. But when I find myself off course I can consult the words in these pages for a guide back to purpose and mission. Because conquering depression is all about winning the thought battle that yields emotional intelligence and a strong vibration, one that lights up the room.

Meet Steven Koss

Not not much between us after book #4,…

A Suspicious Suicide

Khan, a detective starts living in a haunted house from where a girl named Kate committed suicide recently. Mysteries starts to create and unfold as the detective lives there. Kate committed suicide after becoming mentally unstable. Rumors are everywhere of the house being haunted as 5 went missing there too. Khan, upon living, starts to wonder if ghosts really exist. Will he survive or will he become mentally unstable?

Meet Saimum Islam Jeem

Saimum Islam Jeem, born in 2003 in Dhaka, Bangladesh, is a student of 12th grade. At the age of 18, he had decided to write a novel after publishing stories and poems with Bangladesh’s reputed magazines and newspapers. This is his debut novel of a series called “Detective Khan’s Unforgettable Cases”. He has a gaming YouTube channel with over 33000+ subscribers. He is an advanced Photoshop Designer who made both the cover of the novel himself. He is living with his full family in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

JUDAS: Hero Misunderstood

Judas Iscariot, the man we love to hate. But who would Jesus have been without him? In this unique short story we journey with the man who Jesus chose to be one of the original twelve disciples, who was with Jesus throughout his entire three-year ministry. Going beyond his worth, which always seems to start at thirty pieces of silver and suicide, dare to step outside the boundaries of one-dimensional thinking and tradition and ask yourself: “In the grand scheme of things, did Judas have a purpose?”

Meet Jason E. Royle

Captivated by the spiritual component of life, Jason loves to read everything from the Greek classics to the Sunday comics. Unafraid to tackle topics many people don’t want to talk about, Jason has a concise, lighthearted style of writing about difficult subjects. From the serious to the humorous, Royle weaves stories that make you grin, ponder, and perhaps plunge anew into your own leaps of faith.