Why did I write a memoir at a stupidly young age? Find out in this interview with Sandra Easter, an author and appreciator of the written word.
I had the privilege of interviewing a truly unique individual. Lia Rees has been a fun person to get to know. Today I’ll be taking to get about her book But I’m Not Depressed.
“Tell us something about yourself Lia.”
“Here’s my “official” biography!”
Lia Rees lives in London. She loves music, particularly prog rock, chill out and anything melancholy. Her ideal house involves plenty of books, attractive lamps and things made from coloured glass. Open-source culture and wild places excite her, and she has dabbled in the creative arts of jewellery making, crochet and T-shirt design. Since 2005, she has been living with the psychological and cognitive effects of an acquired brain injury. She writes to bring readers into the surreal world of the survivor, and to save other survivors from the psychology trap.
“What book would you like to tell us about?”
“My memoir, But…
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