Author Lady Alice’s new book ‘Orchid’ is a compelling work that tells the life story of Orchid, a disabled child growing up in a world that tries to hold her back.

Lady Alice, a passionate advocate for children with disabilities who grew up in Santa Monica and moved to Los Angeles later in life, has completed her new book “Orchid”: a captivating and powerful work that allows readers to glimpse the world through the eyes of the author, guided by her determination.

Author Lady Alice refuses to let society hold her back or let naysayers stop her from giving back to the world. She knows she has the power to make things happen when she thinks about it, and she wants to inspire others to realize their own power in the same way.

Lady Alice begins her work by sharing Orchid’s background, writing: “‘Oh man,’ came her roommate’s sign. Orchid was watching her roommate Joy play Animal Crossing as she lay on the sofa in the front room of their disabled apartment. They lived in a low-rent apartment where the rent was affordable because it’s a third of their income. Depending on how much you earn, it will always be a third of your income. It was located in an upscale neighborhood. This neighborhood was called Gretals. It wasn’t what she had in mind growing up. To be honest, living in an apartment that hasn’t been upgraded because of the way whose owner made his money was never going to allow them to afford an upgrade.

Published by Page Publishing, Lady Alice’s insightful work reminds readers from all walks of life that they are not forgotten and someone cares. As Orchid navigates her world, she tries to overcome every obstacle society places in her way.

Readers interested in discovering this fascinating work can purchase “Orchid” in bookstores around the world or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or media requests, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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