The #HoldOnToTheLight blogging campaign returns for a second year with a mix of new contributing authors and new posts by returning authors, all with a goal of encouraging supportive inclusiveness for mental health issues in fandom. #HoldOnToTheLight is a blog campaign encompassing blog posts by fantasy and science fiction authors around the world in an … Continue reading 2017 #HoldOnToTheLight Campaign —New Posts, New Authors
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You Are Not Alone 100+ Sci-Fi/Fantasy Authors reach out to fans on depression, anxiety, self-harm, suicide for #HoldOnToTheLight (100 posts!)
Don’t be ashamed. You are not alone. The #HoldOnToTheLight campaign is about truth and solidarity. When we tell the truth about our struggles and our broken places, we become stronger—not just as individuals, but as a group, because we can be present for each other, help one another stand. Strength in numbers. When you discover … Continue reading You Are Not Alone 100+ Sci-Fi/Fantasy Authors reach out to fans on depression, anxiety, self-harm, suicide for #HoldOnToTheLight (100 posts!)
Everyone bleeds. 100+ Sci-Fi/Fantasy Authors reach out to fans on suicide, depression, mental illness for #HoldOnToTheLight (New 95 links!)
We’re the authors whose books are on your shelf or in your pocket. You’ve seen us in the bookstores, on convention panels, on the bestseller lists. We help to build the genre you love to read, one book at a time. And right now, more than 100 of us are talking candidly about how mental … Continue reading Everyone bleeds. 100+ Sci-Fi/Fantasy Authors reach out to fans on suicide, depression, mental illness for #HoldOnToTheLight (New 95 links!)
Supernatural’s #AlwaysKeepFighting (#AKF) and RandomActs inspire 100+ Sci-fi/Fantasy authors to blog on mental illness
The TV show Supernatural’s Always Keep Fighting campaign and RandomActs.org inspired a world-wide blogging campaign with more than 100+ bestselling, award-winning science fiction, fantasy, horror, paranormal romance and speculative fiction authors talking candidly about suicide, depression, self-harm, PTSD, domestic violence and mental illness in their books, in their lives and in the fandom community.