When she was a teenager, at the end of 1980, Ainhoa began to write what she did not want to tell anyone. The diaries that she kept until her death describe a woman different from the one her family and friends knew. Her intimate writing reveals an infinite number of themes related to the female experience, and about which other women have written throughout history.
No matter the geographical or temporal distance, themes, sensations and moods converge. Ainhoa, yo no soy esa is an alternative chronicle to the official history of Spain in the nineties, told through the life diaries of a woman.