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TORONTO, ON — Feeling Weird, graphic novel, co-written by Christopher Sweeney and Sean Donaghey, has received some recognition when author, Sweeney, was interviewed for the York University LA&PS Faculty Digest this month. The LA&PS Faculty Digest is the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies’ well-known press release for all members of the Toronto University’s faculty.

York University took the time to ask Sweeney questions regarding his new graphic novel and what inspired it. “We were inspired to write Feeling Weird because we saw a need for a book that youth would enjoy reading and relating to, by featuring empathetic characters going through real struggles and not painting them as victims or by minimizing the issues,” explains Sweeney.

The York University interviewer went on to say that “[Feeling Weird] is recommended for use in schools, health facilities and social work settings or for anyone interested in a good story.”

The short and sweet interview can be found on the LA&PS Faculty Digest website.

Feeling Weird is an engaging graphic novel featuring young people in high school just trying to get by. With a compelling plot and realistic characters, Feeling Weird shows teenagers facing challenges, mental, emotional, and otherwise, and coping with them to the best of their ability.

To learn more about Feeling Weird, please click here.