Camilla Chance offers Melissa & Kasho through The Shift Network
By: Camilla Chance c/o Scribes Unlimited.
Camilla and The Shift Network are offering a free ecopy of Melissa & Kasho if you click through their newsletter site. This is one way that Camilla can get her messages of anti-bullying, young adult issues like teen suicide, sexual assault and other pertinent topics to its intended audience of young women and girls. The book ultimately has a message of hope and reflects Camilla's deep beliefs that the only truly effective things in this era are deeds done from the whole heart, with selfless motives.She also thinks that Indigenous people who are true to their old laws are living the closest to how we all need to live now, for our planet to survive. In 2005 Camilla was the first non-Aboriginal to receive the prestigious Unsung Hero Award from Aboriginal people for her dedicated friendship and work for them "behind the scenes
In Melissa & Kasho, Camilla Chance weaves a tale that while set in 1959, resonates today. Melissa's realistic story traverses class, gender, and power dynamics. She is expected to walk, or is bullied into walking, a certain path required of her class, including marrying a certain man. It's only when she connects with Kasho, a native man whose values are in-line with hers, that she finds a kindred spirit who truly sees her. Except Kasho is a spirit from another world and their love travels across time and space.
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