The use of sensitivity or trigger warnings is a divisive topic. People on both sides of the discussion have very strong views. My intent is to ensure information is available to assist readers feel better prepared, informed and safe in their reading experience.
I recognise my privilege as someone who does not need to check trigger/sensitivity warnings before immersing myself in someone else's work. Feel free to contact me through the "contact" form with any feedback on how to do this in a more trauma informed way.
Lust and Submission (novel), multiple. Level of spice: moderate
Hell-Bound: one scene. Level of spice: low
Tidal Bones: one scene. Level of spice: low
Mild themes of mental health, themes of grief/loss, mild themes of suicide ideation
Scene of supernatural sexual activity (with consent) that people may find disturbing
Themes of suicide (off-screen suicidal behaviour)
Themes of mental health/trauma of young carer
Brief scene of violence/cruelty at the end of the piece