Liam Rudden's of the Edinburgh Evening News coverage of Euphoric Recall.
"This is exactly what we want to share at Guts Publishing. Stories of those who are not afraid, or even those who are, but use the fear, the authenticity and the boldness, to uncover and take control of what makes us feel shameful."
I am extremely grateful to Emma Clark Lam for her blog about Euphoric Recall. Emma carries out work in relation to Adverse Childhood Experiences or ACEs.
Having Euphoric Recall motioned in Scottish parliament by Neil Findlay MSP is a great honour and an achievement.
I won't ever be alone in those moments again...because those darkest of moments will be read by others. I cannae go back...
"Without Aidan, DARKMEANS wouldn't exist." The remedy says to rest and be thankful. This is Euphoric Recall.
DO NOT GIVE UP. Recovery exists. Even if you are not an addict and it’s mental health battles you have, DO NOT GIVE UP.
Euphoric Recall is a challenging memoir about the affects of addiction and trauma in a young man’s life. Martin’s detailed prose and heartbreaking anecdotes bring light to issues that wouldn’t be commonly examined, but are worth addressing.
An interview for Daily Record about the book and the author.
Shortly after this I discovered Guts Publishing. Their tagline had me hooked instantly: ‘Ballsy books about life’. They were an independent publisher based in London who were seeking bold life stories. NOW I felt something in my gut.