INTRABIT ONE WORLD – A FICTIONAL BIOGRAPHY BASED ON LIFE…
Melody Lily Jade (She/Her) is of Chinese ancestry but was born in a Red Cross Refugee camp in Chon Buri Thailand, after her parents fled the Khmer Rouge Genocide. When she was three years old and after losing her older sister to malnutrition in the camp, she immigrated to Canada. Her start in Canada brought her face to face with hostile culture clashes and she experienced all forms of child abuse, resulting in a life-long battle with migraines due to head trauma, from a very young age.
Writing is the lighted path she chooses to take and this book has been part of her journey of healing. She’s re-imagined her father’s advice to “only think of yourself” with the intention that if you love yourself first, the world will benefit and become all the brighter. She hopes her stories help others find their light.
Melody enjoys writing stories that have underlying themes of racism, environmental activism, and self-discovery. She also enjoys writing the cheesiest lines. Her advice for new writers is, “Don’t write hungry or all of your metaphors will be food-related.” Melody lives in British Columbia, Canada.
Intrabit: One World is available in hardcover, paperback, and ebook formats on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and 50,000 bookstores worldwide now!!! Check out melodylilyjade on instagram for updates and music to go along with certain chapters!!!
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