Somebody's Daughter Book by Ashley C. Ford

Somebody's Daughter Book by Ashley C. Ford

Somebody's Daughter Book by Ashley C. Ford 

Somebody's Daughter Book by Ashley C. Ford

Originally published: June 2021
Author: Ashley C. Ford
Genres: Biography, Autobiography


Quite possibly the most noticeable voices of her age debuts with a remarkably amazing diary: the tale of a youth characterized by the always approaching shortfall of her detained father and the way we should take to both respect and beat our beginnings. 

For as far back as she could recollect, Ashley has worshiped her dad. In spite of having just dubious recollections of seeing him eye to eye, she accepts he's the solitary individual in the whole world who gets her. 

She thinks she comprehends him as well. He's delicate like her, a craftsman, and perhaps similarly as terrified of the dim. She's sure that one day they'll be brought together once more, and she'll at long last feel total. There are only a couple issues: he's in jail, and she doesn't have a clue how he dealt with end up there. 

Through neediness, pubescence, and a laden relationship with her mom, Ashley gets back to her picture of her dad for expectation and support. She doesn't have a clue how to manage the unending concerns that keep her up around evening time, or how to deal with the progressions in her body that draw undesirable consideration from men. As she continued looking for unqualified love, Ashley starts dating a kid her mom loathes; when the relationship goes bad, he attacks her. As yet faltering from the assault, which she hides from her family, Ashley at long last discovers why her dad is in jail. Furthermore, that is the place where the story truly starts. 

Someone's Daughter ventures into the universe of growing up a helpless Black young lady, investigating how segregating and complex such a youth can be. As Ashley fights her body and her current circumstance, she gives a strong transitioning memory that addresses discovering the strings between what your identity is and what you were naturally introduced to, and the convoluted familial love that frequently ties them.

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