Have you ever felt trapped by your fears, traumas or insecurities? Would you like to free yourself from them and live a fuller and happier life? If the answer is yes, this book is for you.

Once upon a time, there existed an ancient legend about the perils of harboring secrets. According to the legend, if you found a hollow in the forest and confided your secret to it, nature would help you keep it and alleviate your pain. Today, we often experience similar suffering from pent-up emotions that cannot be expressed. Our hollows can be family members, friends, partners, or even psychologists.

“The Hollow” series is more than just illustrated children’s books. Each story reflects real life, portraying common psychological phenomena or problems. These issues can be a trauma that arise during childhood, adolescence, or later in adulthood. The protagonists of each story find themselves trapped in repetitive situations, like an unsolvable “curse.” However, although it seems like a repetitive cycle, every story has an open ending, suggesting that the curse can be overcome.

At the end of each story, a psychologist provides a professional review of the problem, its origins, and potential solutions. These problems may stem not only from the characters themselves, but also from various factors such as family dynamics, education, universal values, and one’s social environment. These psychological issues directly or indirectly contribute to the protagonist’s pain and negative emotions, resonating with the struggles we face in reality.

We all play the leading role in our lives, and perhaps we too find ourselves trapped in a similar “curse” within our relationships. We may need someone with professional knowledge to help us clarify the behaviors that stem from various traumas. With guidance from experts, we can learn to cultivate mental well-being for ourselves and our children by changing our thoughts and behaviors. By doing so, we can break the circle, heal ourselves, and create our own happier endings.

“The monsters in the cave”

“The Monsters in the Cave” is the first book of “The Hollow” series collection. It is a book of psychology stories with professional guidance for children aged 5 to 10 and their parents, teenagers aged 15 to 20 and adults aged 35-50 who curl up in their childhood trauma. Through a fascinating and moving story, the author April Wang invites you to discover and face the monsters that hide in your inner cave, those that prevent you from being yourself and enjoying life.

This book is a safe way to discover yourself, feel free to describe your story, understand it and find a way to live healthier mentally and physically. With the support of a professional psychologist, you will learn to identify, accept and overcome your negative emotions, to develop your self-esteem and confidence, and to create positive habits that help you achieve your goals and dreams.

Don’t let the monsters dominate you. Enter the cave and discover the treasure that lies within you.

Discover the story of the girl and the monster

The book tells the story of a girl who lives in a cave with an invisible monster. The girl suffers from an emotional trauma that makes her fear the outside world and people. The monster is her only company and her only protection. He talks to her, tells her stories, makes her laugh, and gives her advice. The girl doesn’t know what the monster looks like, or why he’s in the cave, or what he wants from her. She only knows that she loves him and she can’t live without him.

But the monster is not what it seems. He is a projection of the girl’s negative emotions, that keep her trapped in the cave. The monster represents her fears, traumas, insecurities, complexes, limiting beliefs, etc. that prevent her from being happy and living fully.

Learn with the professional guide

The book is not only an entertaining and moving story, but also a professional guide to help you understand and overcome your own monsters. Each story is accompanied by a section of the guide, where you will find explanations, examples, exercises and tips to apply what you learn in the book to your own life.

The guide is written by a professional psychologist, who will guide and accompany you in your process of self-knowledge and healing. With the guide, you will be able to:

Find out more about the book

If you want to know more about the book, you can read the first chapter for free, where you will meet the girl and the monster, and enter the cave. You can also watch the video presentation of the book, where the author tells you more about her inspiration, her writing process and her message. In addition, you can listen to the podcast interview with the author, where she talks about her personal experience, her vision of psychology and her tips for living better.

To access these contents, you just have to click on the buttons below. They will take you to the pages where you download the first chapter for free.

Meet the author: April Wang

April Wang is a writer, diver, and mother who loves to write fairy tales since she was a child. She is the founder of “The Hollow” project and wrote “The Monsters in the Cave” book based on a real story that she discovered in her own journey of growth and offers hope and guidance to her readers. She believes that writing is a way of healing and discovering herself, and she wants to share this with others and expect to discover more stories with readers.

Besides writing, April Wang is also an art consultant and speaker. She has participated in several events and workshops on creative writing, art therapy, and personal development. Her mission is to inspire and motivate people to live authentically and happily. She also enjoys diving and nature, and she is passionate about exploring the underwater world and admiring the beauty and diversity of marine life. She is a caring and devoted mother, who educates her children with values of respect, tolerance, and solidarity.

What the readers say

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If you liked the book and want to keep learning and growing, I invite you to visit my blog, where I share more tips, resources, articles, videos and podcasts on psychology, writing and personal development. In addition, you will be able to interact with me and other readers, ask questions, share experiences and be part of a community of people who seek to live better.

To visit my blog, you just have to click on the button below. It will take you to the blog section within this same website, where you can access all the free content that I have for you.

Don’t hesitate any longer. Visit my blog and keep discovering the monsters that live in your inner cave.

Don’t wait any longer and start your journey to freedom

You have seen everything this book can do for you. Now you just have to take the first step and start your journey to freedom. Don’t let the monsters stop you. Enter the cave and discover the treasure that lies within you.

Buy the book now and start transforming your life today.

You won’t regret it. This book is the best gift you can give yourself and your loved ones. It is an investment in your happiness and well-being.


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