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Southern Fried Fiction: How The Insidious Onset Of Depression Derailed A…

by Stuart Hotchkiss

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A very good read. From the get go one feels that it is going to be an enlightening journey from front cover to back and it does not fail in that regard. Mr. Hotchkiss's life is an extraordinary one filled with love, heartache and all the doubts associated with being human. One feels his joy when good things happen only to have that joy stripped when the negative sets in. As one who has struggled with depression and anxiety I applaud his efforts to regain control of his life and encourage anyone experiencing these "demons" to give this book a shot. The first thing I usually do when receiving a book is read about the author and was surprised to find out that he lives in the same city I do, Boise. I have a feeling I've seen him before though I can't be sure. Give this book a try and more than likely you will not be disappointed. ( )
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