Malisa Khoi

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I enjoy writing stories of all genres. I think often people use books to entertain thoughts of situations that are relevant to what is going on in their lives at the time. It allows the person to live in that moment as they become one with the characters in the story. I call it an escape. I've wanted to escape my reality and go some place else before, and books have allowed me to do so. Writing allows me to provide a vessel in which others can use to travel to those often far away places. I guess I serve as a travel agent.

However, I also write inspirational books that help one escape places they never intended to go. These books are my favorite, because they allow me to help others find the light they need to go somewhere other than where they are. I guess you can say that although one story might be totally opposite of another.

I also host a nighttime chat fest called "The Back Side of Love" that can be viewed on my YouTube channel. On the show I discuss all situations "relationship". I use my experiences and the experiences of the women on the panel to help encourage others about turning something that makes a person fell lonely, depressed, and sometimes hopeless more confident.

We tell our stories of how we've overcome challenges to inform others that even in the toughest of times, something good is embedded if you are willing to cultivate your thoughts and feelings. I believe every experience good and bad is purposeful for growth. Therefore my mission remains to showcase real experiences involving love matters in a unique style of listening and discussions of individual concerns, then evaluate mistakes to propose positive solutions and practical feedback.

Smashwords Interview

Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in the south, so I am very familiar with southern practices. I used that knowledge to make the characters come to life in a way that would be realistic to the reader who has similar cultural experiences, as well as someone who has possibly studied the history of the southern region.
When did you first start writing?
I wrote my first story in elementary school as a classroom assignment. My book context was about a frog, and although I don't remember the words, I remember the story was amazing to me at the time. That truly is the one lesson I will never forget doing while I was a student. It impacted my life. I never imagined I would one day study science or publish a book. The funny thing is that we do learn what our gift is early on. However, most people would say, "I didn't want to do that". Well, there is no getting around what God has called you to do.
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Where to find Malisa Khoi online


Videos

Back Side of Love
Chapter Two, Bleeding Heart

Back Side of Love
Chapter Three, 1st Love The first man you ever felt a connection to

Love the Way You Lie
The Back Side of Love

Shake It Off
The Back Side of Love

Gentlemen: The Secret Boyfriend
The Back Side of Love

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Stuck In Traffic
Price: $8.00 USD. Words: 5,410. Language: English. Published: May 21, 2016 by Malisa Khoi. Categories: Fiction » Women's fiction » General, Plays » Women Authors
Stuck in Traffic is about human sex trafficking of young women and men who are being forced into prostitution. They are often tortured and feed drugs to keep them unable to escape. Some witness and even commit crimes. Stuck in Traffic is based on the true story of a young woman's journey while living the life of a sex slave.

Books

Shhhh! Sounds So Soft
Price: $3.29 USD. Words: 430. Language: English. Published: May 5, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Family / New Baby
I am so happy that you are our baby girl. I can't wait to tell papi what I just learned.
The Back Side of Love
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 20,580. Language: English. Published: February 14, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Inspirational, Plays » Women Authors
He showed up, wanting to have sex. He said I was his wife and he had the right to be with me, I refused. Then he pushed and shoved me. After a while I was pushing and shoving too, trying to get him off of me. Trapped behind his fist, I tried to run past him. I could not get by. The gun gave me the courage to run into him. I did not think it would go off; I was too afraid to look back.

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