Artistic director, writer and actress Jennifer LeBlanc has come up with a novel that tackles the issue of depression.

“A character named Gwen is a woman who is depressed by her life, and is constantly feeling alone and alone,” she wrote on her blog.

“In her life Gwen spends time in an art museum, where she is greeted by a young, beautiful woman named Amy who she feels is a part of her.

She takes her in and is very protective of her.”

LeBlanche says Amy “is the only woman in her life who she has ever felt completely at home with”.

The idea for “Amy” began when LeBlanch said she felt lonely when she wasn’t being looked after by her husband and a new baby.

“I didn’t want to feel like an outsider,” she said.

“It made me wonder, how could a woman feel so alone?

And it seemed like something I could relate to, so I started writing it.”

The result is “Amy and Gwen” that takes place in the art museum and is written in a manner that “takes advantage of the beauty of the characters’ facial expressions and body language.”

Leblanc says she’s been asked to write other stories for television but that she doesn’t want them to “just be about Gwen”.

She’s also interested in writing other works that tackle the issue “without the word ‘depressed’.” “I’ve found that I like to think of myself as a writer, and I think I can do a lot of work that people think is really challenging and that’s not necessarily a negative thing.

I just think that’s a wonderful way to express yourself and get your point across,” LeBlancer said.

LeBlancers blog and books include “A Girl with the Red Head”, a novel about a young girl who is diagnosed with autism, and “The Girl Who Couldn’t Stop Reading” which tells the story of a young boy who lives with severe autism.

She has also written a novel, “The Art of Storytelling” about a woman in the film industry.

“The whole reason I love to write is that I’m not in the business of selling my books.

I like making my work available, but I don’t think that my work should just be accessible for people who want to buy it,” she told the CBC.

“So it’s something that I hope is available to a wider audience.”

She said she’s also planning to write her own short story, a collection of short stories that she hopes to sell through the internet.