I’m excited to announce that THE TRANS GUIDE TO MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING is now available to buy! An indispensable and empowering guide to dealing with transphobia, depression and anxiety, imposter syndrome, and more.Dr. Karla J. Strand in Ms. Magazine You can grab your copy in all good bookstores. Here are some choices for you! … Continue reading The Trans Guide to Mental Health and Well-Being is here!
It’s been an interesting year of blogging! While most of my time this year has been taken up by writing The Trans Guide to Mental Health and Well-Being, I’ve enjoyed updating you here when I could. The most read posts of 2021 have been a blend of new and vintage posts, and a great mix … Continue reading The Best of 2021
I’m delighted to announce that THE TRANS GUIDE TO MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING is now available to pre-order! The book officially comes out on April 21st 2022, and you can now pre-order your copy from major bookstores. Here are some choices for you! In the U.K Click here to order from Waterstones. Click here to … Continue reading Pre-Order The Trans Guide to Mental Health and Well-Being!
After a pandemic’s worth of hard work, The Trans Guide to Mental Health and Well-Being is now well into production! The book comes out April 2022 and, in the meantime, the Jessica Kingsley Publishing team and I are finishing off the last of the copy edits and designing the front cover. I’m so excited for … Continue reading The Trans Guide to Mental Health and Well-Being – Six Months To Go!
I'm now nine months in to writing the trans and non-binary guide to good mental health! I signed my contract in early November 2019 and started writing in earnest in January 2020, after taking time to wrap my head around what I had to do (plus celebrate the holidays). Although my productivity took a hit … Continue reading Progress
I've been looking for a great non-fiction book about non-binary lives for a while, so I was delighted to find They/Them/Their, a factual exploration of what it means to live life outside of the gender binary. The tone of the book is no-nonsense without being blunt, and academic without being inaccessible, a balance that I … Continue reading Review – They/Them/Their: A Guide to Nonbinary and Genderqueer Identities, by Eris Young
I've signed the contract, phoned my parents, and alerted social media, so now it's your turn to officially hear the news. If you've been wondering about my NaNoWriMo non-fiction project this year, or you've caught me anxiously preparing for what I've been calling my 'secret project', it's because... I'm writing a book! I've been approached … Continue reading A Trans and Non-Binary Good Mental Health Guide
Last year I failed kind of spectacularly. This year, I'm going all in. It's National Novel Writing Month again, where thousands of people attempt to write a 50,000 word novella in November. I've competed several times but this time is different, as I'll be using the opportunity to work on a piece of non-fiction that … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2019