My Fight Against a Life of Depression
Chipmunkapublishing ltd, Jun 1, 2011 - 13 pages
DescriptionThis short autobiography is touching and deceptively simple. In fact it is through Georgina's use of simple descriptions that the reader gets a rare and emotive view of another's internal and external world. That external world is post-war Britain for a child and adolescent woman, an experience hitherto not sufficiently explored. About the AuthorI am 63 years old and live in York. I have had a dream all my life to write my life story. At last that dream has come true. It has taken a long time and I did not just put pen to paper. I wrote it out many times and put in a lot of long hours through the night. A lot of good and sad memories, lots of tears remembering and going through everything.I like most things and a variety in my life - I easily get fed up of the same things. I am a happy and contented person. I like company and people, but am a bit of a loner at times.It is thanks to my niece that I was able to get my book published as she typed it out for me to send to the publishers.
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