Asper Reynolds's New Book 'Carry On' is a Riveting Story of the Author Finding a Sense of Belonging Amid Her Struggles With Mental Illness

Asper Reynolds, an artist who creates fantasy and fan art under the online name Fairy Fox, has completed her most recent book “Carry On”: a gripping autobiography that tells of the author dealing with mental illness and as a fan of a hit television show.

Asper writes, “For most of her life Asper has lived with severe depression and PTSD. During one of her darkest hours, Asper stumbles across the Supernatural fandom and finds hope and healing in an unexpected place.

As Asper is befriended by other fans of the show and has the opportunity to meet several of the show’s lead actors, she begins to feel less alone and learns to reach out to other people living with various mental health issues, for understanding and strength.”

Published by Fulton Books, Asper Reynolds’s book beholds an account that enlightens readers of the devastating effects of depression and how a touch of compassion from people can enliven life once more.

“Carry On” treasures an inspiring appreciation for the fandom of a famous TV series and how they transformed the author’s life toward betterment, healing, and a discovery of a family where she can belong.

Readers who wish to experience this evoking work can purchase “Carry On” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books


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