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Suzana Sjenicic’s ‘Anxiety Free’ Launches in English Today!

We have some wonderful news. One of our greatest projects has gone live today. Originally published and printed in the Serbian language, Anxiety Free is now available to the world in English.

Suzana Sjenicic was born in 1989 in Pancevo, Serbia. She moved to New York with her parents at the age of 15, where today she practices psychotherapy in private practice. In her free time, she enjoys writing fictional short stories, some of which were published in various anthologies including our very own. Along with psychotherapy, Suzana is a columnist for a Serbian women’s magazine. She organizes and holds workshops on various mental health topics.

And we have had the pleasure of working with Suzana before. One of her short stories was featured in our world record anthology, CEA Greatest Anthology Written. So when she approached us to publish the English version of her book, we were very eager to assist. Anxiety Free is officially the first non-fiction book we have ever approved for publishing, turning the tide in our publishing services.

Anxiety Free is a book we highly prize and praise, and we will be doing a review on it shortly. For now, rest assured that your anxiety and stress is in good hands, especially during COVID-19 and the stress that comes with isolation and social distancing.

So what are you waiting for? Head on over to Anxiety’s Book page and read more about it, and where you will be able to purchase it online.