My Freedom Writing Handbook introduces: my experience with writing therapy, what is writing therapy, the benefits of this form of therapy for everyone physically, mentally and emotionally and how writing therapy can be seen in movies, books and life.
Towards the end of the book there are writing therapy exercises in poetry, prose and non-fiction techniques I have written. If you explore these methods you will have something for the rest of your life you can use to deal with stress or trauma and you can be free forever, by taking your inner health into your own hands!
Writing Therapy helps everyone whether you are good at writing or not, it is not about writing or grammar or structure, it is about healing yourself of pain. Writing therapy has been shown to help men the most, but heals all people, young and old, from all backgrounds and in all situations, please check out my book on Amazon, you can read a preview on there and/or buy it in print or e-book format.
I look forward to hearing from you, and also I am excited to be able to release this book so it can help more people! So many people are in pain or hiding their feelings, anxiety or depression and I am excited to be able to give people a way out of this! 🙂
My collection of short stories has a range of themes and locations, these range from dancing classes to situations in Israel, grief in New York, love in Brisbane. It is an eclectic mix that will make you laugh, cry and ponder life.
Here are some reviews from Amazon readers who have purchased my book:
5.0/ 5 stars – Wonderful Collection.By DrayvennRich glimpses into lives at points of deep emotions fill these pages. The ability to bring these sentiments to life was amazing. There were detailed settings, developed characters, and important ideas to consider.The author has a gift to create the perfect atmosphere for each story. There is a wonderful range from moody to intense. Dancing Shoes was my favorite, but there wasn’t a weak one in the bunch. Grace was intense to read. So impressive. I love the mix of real emotion with the fictional. The narration is stunning. I would love to read more from Suzanne Strong.
5/5 StarsIn this collection of short stories, Suzanne Strong brings …By JaneIn this collection of short stories, Suzanne Strong brings you moving stories in various settings- from adoring fans in a stadium to an overdose ending in a hospital room, awkward lessons in a dance studio, donations from a dead boy in the hospital, a visit to see a dying man in the hospital, the scent of a dead woman’s perfume. Suzanne Strong spins tales of different lives, with the exception of one story that’s based on a true story, “the real life story of Ahmed who lost his life in Israel/Jenin in 2005…”
5/5 StarsBy Lois Gerber on November 5, 2017Five beautifully written stories. The characters behaviors and inner thoughts are well described in a realistic yet poetic style. One character struggles with unmet childhood needs and drug dependency; another a father who loses his son in the Palestine-Israeli conflict. An insightful look into humanity.
5/5 StarsSunnyVery enjoyable reading! These stories will linger in your mind with its inconclusive endings, which evoke our empathy and understandings. While in each situation the main characters are unique, there are common aches and pains dealing with those situations which resemble our lives.
5/5 StarsJuliaThis book contains five interesting stories. Five different life journeys …. The book makes you wonder how someones values in life and their environment can shape a destiny. I really enjoy reading this book. Beautifully written and engaging from the first page.