Happily Never After …


Every truth is a story and every story is some kind of truth.
However what really stood out for me is just how true this story is. This isn’t about autobiography, it’s more of a resonance.

When I speak about the concept of true – I speak into a kind of bravery and vulnerability and inner strength. It’s the kind of strength that allows you to be seen for who you really are without fear or judgment. To experience that in the pages of a book is rare and that’s what makes this a gem.
It’s the rawness, truthfulness, simplicity and play on convention that makes this read such a heart to heart.
It’s the choice between what’s perceived to be the easy choice and the right choice, and, given that how to live one’s best life.

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