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Marian Keyes born 10 September is an Irish writer of fiction noted for its readability. Keyes comes from a large family, with many siblings. She graduated from University College Dublin with a law degree, and after completing her studies, she took an administrative job before moving to London in During this period she became an alcoholic and was affected by clinical depression , culminating in a suicide attempt and subsequent rehabilitation in at the Rutland Centre in Dublin.
In an article for The Daily Telegraph , Keyes details how her struggles with anxiety, depression, and alcoholism began at an early age. Keyes began writing short stories while suffering from alcoholism.
After her treatment at the Rutland Centre she returned to her job in London and submitted her short stories to Poolbeg Press. The publisher encouraged her to submit a full-length novel and Keyes began work on her first book, Watermelon. The novel was published the same year. Since she has published many novels and works of non-fiction. Keyes has written frankly about her clinical depression, which left her unable to sleep, read, write, or talk.
After a long hiatus due to severe depression, a food title, Saved by Cake , was published in February Keyes' depressive period lasted about four years. During this time she also wrote The Mystery of Mercy Close , a novel in which the heroine experiences similar battles with depression and suicide attempts as those Keyes herself battled.
I was always melancholic and prone to sadness and hopelessness but this was catastrophic and unimaginable. Although many of her novels are known as comedies, they revolve around dark themes often drawn from Keyes's own experiences, including domestic violence , drug abuse , mental illness , divorce and alcoholism.