"The sun rose, and if it could see, it would have been graced by my bare arse running away from the water, towards the nearby housing, completely naked."
Luke Marshall is a young male with a colourful past. In his self-published memoir, he tackles what it’s like to be diagnosed with bipolar disorder and identify as a bisexual male.
The story is raw and brutally honest. Growing up in a small country town called Traralgon, Luke takes us through is childhood, the mischief he got up to, and successes in love and university.
Things come undone in a spectacular way, and with candour and plain language, Luke describes in detail what it’s like residing in a mental hospital where things are not quite right.
Being Bi-Bi demystifies taboos and rips all of the skeletons out of the closet. It’s an uncompromising tale that will shock, challenge, and move - helping those who have been through similar issues, and shining light on a world for those who don’t understand.