Her childhood was filled with domestic violence, school bullies, and sexual confusion. Then, a grown man leads her astray, delivering astonishing heartbreak that leaves her searching for salvation.
Author KishaLynn takes us on a journey that begins as Kisha - a thornless rose growing from concrete - learning how to live life on her own terms. The only child of a teenage single mother, KishaLynn emerges as a resilient teenager, destined to triumph by any means necessary.
Childish is a cathartic chronicle of growing up as a poor, black, queer, female millennial. Its narration is filled with heroic honesty and poetic words that are infused with a perfect balance of pain and humor.
Childish is not a children’s book. This is a coming-of-age narrative that every woman and man should listen to for their own healing. You’ll leave it wanting revenge for little Kisha and craving more stories from KishaLynn. Fortunately, the journey doesn’t end here. Childish is only part one.