Symptomatic Addict

Symptomatic Addict

Nobody said life would be easy, and it hasn’t been for Philippa Sue Richardson. In 2012, she moved to Melbourne, Australia, where her life altered greatly, changed for the better-but it took some time to get there. Through struggles with physical and mental health, Philippa prevailed and found a way to live a life of gratitude. Symptomatic Addict is Philippa’s way of reaching out to the world, sharing her thoughts moment by moment. Her words take all forms, from recipes to poems to sudden self-actualizing epiphanies. She truly and fearlessly expresses herself through her experiences, adventures, and innermost thoughts. In order to find peace, Philippa believes a person must first find respect and thankfulness. Every unforeseen trial and tribulation has meaning, and with thankfulness, it is possible to embrace even the darkest of times. In life, few things are what they seem, but everything serves its purpose if only we slow down, observe, and enjoy.

Symptomatic AddictSymptomatic Addict back

Symptomatic Addict (Paperback)

List Price: $11.99 USD
New From: $8.38 USD In Stock
Used from: $9.69 USD In Stock

Available also on Kindle:

Symptomatic Addict (Kindle Edition)

List Price: Price Not Listed
Kindle Edition: Check Amazon for Pricing Digital Only
Philippa Sue Richardson on FacebookPhilippa Sue Richardson on Twitter
Philippa Sue Richardson
I wrote my first book from 2011 - 2013, it is a collection of poems titled 'Life, Love & Everything' and is available from Amazon.

During my University days in Tasmania, a few of my works were published in Australia and the USA. My greatest achievement was for a poem titled 'Evidently' I submitted for the Anthology in the USA. This piece won editors choice.

My second book is titled 'Symptomatic Addict' and will be available early 2015. Books 3 & 4 are being written (as of November 2014).

I have completed my Bachelor's exams for a Metaphysical Science, and all going to plan I will continue to complete my Masters and Doctorate, at the University of Metaphysics, by the end of 2016.

I have been working and volunteering in the events industry for 10 years on January 25th 2015. I have been bar supervisor for Big Day Out and bar manager st St Kilda Festival. I have been Box Office Manager for Midsumma Festival and will be Volunteer Manager for Seven Sister Festival in March 2015.

I have also been the Director of Melbourne's largest small comedy festival - The Quarterly Retort and assistant to Festival Director at Let Them Eat Cake in Werribee.

My future is as an Author and Event Manager under the registered business Etheriala.

I am currently writing for hub garden online.

I am Chief Editor of several hubs


We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap.

Privacy Policy   |  ©2017 Promocave   |  All Rights Reserved


Log in with your credentials


Forgot your details?


Create Account