The Well of Truth

Stories of Spirit

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Pub Date 14 Jun 2022 | Archive Date 02 May 2022

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Incorporating elements of fantasy, mysticism, and lore, The Well of Truth follows a female heroine through poignant moments of her adult life. Through the initiations of marriage, raising children, getting divorced, going through menopause, losing loved ones, and ultimately making an independent life for herself, she gains insight and spiritual wisdom from unexpected places.

These short stories are filled with reflections on feminine resilience, power, and agency.

Incorporating elements of fantasy, mysticism, and lore, The Well of Truth follows a female heroine through poignant moments of her adult life. Through the initiations of marriage, raising children...


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The Well of Truth is a short story about a woman's journey with goddess archetypes. Grace is your average womam with mystical inclinations who receives guidance from a variety of goddesses when faced with challenges in her life. Each goddess offers her a piece of advice as she learns the spiritual lesson of each difficulty she encounters.

This was an easy read with many jewels of wisdom throughout. The book was a fast and easy read with each chapter of Grace's life a short story devoted to a goddess archetype. This was a magical realism feminist tale that women who are at a crossroads in their life mighy enjoy reading. I found parts of it relatable and I liked reading about a female character who never questioned the mystique of life, but rather stood in awe of it and was inspired to live her best life in her full nature as a woman.

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