Why support All the Angels Come?

 

All the Angels Come uses the proceeds to support the project, the message, and also directly benefits those experiencing homelessness. “Homelessness results from a complex set of circumstances that require people to choose between food, shelter, and other basic needs.”  (National Coalition for the Homeless, 2009) The causes are many and it is important not to make assumptions about the homeless members of our community. All the Angels embraces the notion that we all have value in society. 

All the Angels Come speaks to the curse of stereotyping, the value of the individual and the blessings of diversity.  The cast of characters are all but typical yet carry values that are universal. In the spirit of anthropologist Adolf Bastian’s psychic unity, the angels are better when they are together, a metaphor for all of us.

 

All the Angels Come will change you. It is an unforgettable immersive serial novel that places the reader smack in the soul of each character. “I have to say that the chapters that I have read have inspired me to pick up some watermelon at the store, give money to the homeless woman by the riverside when she asked me.” (Sarah Stuart Clarke, writer) Read it to learn why! Part 1 online at jimalabiso.com/alltheangels

 

All the Angels Come is a work of fiction in a big screen age where the Tony Starks and Bruce Waynes don their costumes, and leave their mansions. There are those among us who have neither. They can be heroes too. The story begins with Willis, Masuyo, Jay and Ricardo. You may have met them before; a familiar face in a familiar place. Get to know them, as a certain river city discovers its inherent magic when all the angels come.

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Characters Mausoyu and Willis as drawn by artist Marcus Williams.
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Read about All the Angels Come here: arbus.com/angels-river-city

 

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