Rachel Horne is a freelance writer, full-time traveller, and author of the Highly Sensitive Nomad book.
Her debut novel, Heart At Hazel Bridge, is forthcoming.
How can Sensitive People make peace with a broken world?
The ocean is riddled with plastic, the rainforests are disappearing, and the economy is screwed. Add a splash of climate change plus a sprinkle of global pandemics, and it’s no wonder so many of us feel completely overwhelmed.
In the midst of all the reasons to panic, Highly Sensitive Nomad is a book of hope.
Brutally honest and deeply compassionate in equal measure, a sensitive young woman shares her unconventional journey to healing from burnout. A journey that started with a tent in the wilds of Scotland, and ended in the back of a Peugeot Boxer.
“It’s no coincidence that mental health is nosediving at the same time as biodiversity. But once we start to see how deeply the health of people and the planet are linked, we might just be able to heal them both.”
Praise for Highly Sensitive Nomad:
“Reached across a void I hadn’t realised existed & brought me comfort I’d never thought to seek.“
“A fresh & empowering perspective. “
“Made me feel connected, not only to the author but to the many thousands, & presumably millions, of fellow HSPs I hadn’t previously considered I belonged to.“
- References to sexual violence and abuse
- References to drug addiction
- Discussion of mental health and suicide
- Occasional mild swearing
Recommended Reading Age: 17+
Also available via Apple Books and Kobo.
Not currently available as a paperback.