Agoraphobic: Inside Out
by Sara Secora
A short story - 11 pages
Release Date: January 30th 2017
28-year-old Kade hasn't been able to make it past his sidewalk in eight years. In this chilling short story, you will be given a glimpse into the inner workings of his mind as he goes through the process of trying to face his irrational, but very real fears.
Experience firsthand what goes on in an Agoraphobic's mind and begin to understand the silent disorder that millions of people across the world struggle with.
- Tunnel vision on Kade struggling to leave his safe zone
- Very descriptive regarding the terror, the anxiety, the mental and physical toll
- Short = scant on details on how Kade survives on his own, therapy, etc. obviously
- Love the fishy friend included. Fish don't get enough respect as pets.
- FYI: no family in sight which might be hard for some people to read.
- Don't know if this is #ownvoices or not
- Disappointed there isn't information at the end, like a list of resources or further reading for instance.
Agoraphobic: Inside Out is a short story with 11 pages of content. It's available on Amazon for 99 cents. If you think about it, that's a whopping 9 cents per page and is worth it.
|If I knew if this was own voices or if there was list of references in the back, I'd give 5 stars.|
Another fiction book about agoraphobia that I've read, loved, and recommend:
Under Rose Tainted Skies by Louise Gornall, #ownvoices YA contemporary.
About the Author
Sara Secora has a passion for all things gamer and nerdy, as evidenced on her YouTube channel, AviGaming. She is also a well-branded voice over artist.
Secora has always been in love with writing, and nearly a decade ago, she finally turned her talents to the arduous endeavor of authoring an exciting fantasy trilogy. Her whimsical stories are full of enchantment, mystique, and insight—destined to intrigue readers of any age.
Secora lives in Detroit, Michigan, where she continues to explore old and new avenues for her talent and hard work.