Clive Webb was born in 1965, in the county of Essex, United Kingdom. He is a first time author, and "Little Boy Lost" has been written and self published, mainly from an iPad. He also has not had any professional help from an editor. He admits that he has never liked writing, but wanted to write his memoirs, and leave it as raw and down to earth as it could be.
This story is heartfelt, sad, funny, and sometimes devastating. It is also shockingly honest. Clive goes back to when he was a little boy, and tells us of the traumatic experiences, which he encountered when he was six years old. Clive also speaks of how he is trying to piece together the jigsaw puzzle, which he describes as his life. In 2015 he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, which puts a lot of pieces of the puzzle in place. He now can see the picture more clearly.
He was told his father suffered from depression, which ended in tragedy. But now the picture is more clear, he knows that it wasn't just depression alone. Clive can see a strong resemblance to the actions of his father, and himself. But what is prominent by the very existence of this book is hope.
Clive Webb has said, his mission is to reach out to others, whether they suffer from a mental health disorder or not. He wants to tell them they are not alone on this roller coaster ride called bipolar disorder. One reviewer has said... Clive's story is similar to hers, she also said, this book is funny, sad, and from the heart. But more importantly, it gave her comfort. Warning, this book contains some offensive language.
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