Ava Morgyn is a long-time avid reader and writer of young adult fiction. She studied English Writing & Rhetoric at St. Edward’s University in Austin, TX, and now lives in Houston—city with the most rain, best food, and worst traffic—with her family. When she isn’t at her laptop spinning darkly hypnotic tales, she can be found making fairy houses, talking to her crystals and plants, hunting for delicious new vegan recipes, or bothering her dog. She also blogs regularly about the devastating journey of child loss at ForLoveofEvelyn.com.
Her novel, Resurrection Girls (Albert Whitman), releases fall 2019.
I originally posted this to my grief blog: forloveofevelyn.com, but decided to share it here because it deals with depression in addition to grief and describes some of my early experiences of depression. I know I've posted about depression before, but because it is so prevalent, especially in young people, and because not everyone has managed to form a complete understanding of what it is and...
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