Rebecca and her story, as well as the book, have already received quite a bit of publicity. Although there is plenty more on the cards! Press releases have been sent to every international, local and national radio station, newspaper, magazine, website, news site, social media giant and even celebrities.

You can see some of the stuff that has already been published here:

An interview with BBC Radio on Monday 14th January about Rebecca's mental health illness and the project itself can be listened to here from 1 hour and 7 minutes in or on Youtube here.

There is also a news story about this radio interview here.

People Per Hour who Rebecca uses for all of her freelance work and income have also posted a story about her and the project on their blog here.

Xenios (big founder man from People Per Hour) posted Rebecca's story on his blog and titled it This IS what gets me up in the morning. Aww, thanks Xenios but I bet it's your phone going off really.

Young Minds (a UK mental health charity) also wanted a piece of Rebecca's story about setting up her business. A story that will be featured in this book, in much more detail.

Backing from giant mental health charities such as Mind, Rethink, Young Minds, Black Dog Tribe and Channel 4's Battlefront.

Mind Retweeting Our Project

The press releases which has been sent out to various media can be seen here and here.

A radio interview with KMFM, a local Kent radio station, which will be broadcast over the next few days.