An average abusive childhood, a tendency towards depression. Annalee’s life could be normal. If only she could get rid of the dwarf.
Annalee doesn’t mind what people call her. After all, a name’s just a name. What she does mind, though, is the dwarf trying to wall her in. Struggling between reality and hallucination, a black cat and a talking skeleton her only companions along the way, Annalee fights for her sanity, and a way out.
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Delightfully quirky, funny, & exceedingly original.
The Girl on the Red Pillow does something I never thought possible, and definitely wouldn’t have thought possible in such an entertaining and engaging way: make depression humorous and interesting.
The Girl on the Red Pillow is a prime example of the inventiveness that a self-publishing venture allows.
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