"The Stories We Tell"
[...] The characters in my story whose voices are most prominently heard are females, because when embarking on this journey my only truth was to tell the stories of women at all different age levels, from all different economic and racial backgrounds who have several different stories to tell. The stories I’m creating are certainly not the only stories, nor would I expect them to be read that way. These are characters who support a larger narrative and an overriding theme: that, at the heart of it, no matter our backgrounds, life tends to throw us all the same shit, and we’re all searching for the same familial comforts in life. Basically, we just want to get by, like everyone else. [...] Read more at www.alishaebling.com/blog @ellowrites