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The Woman at the Well...Today

by Barbara Tennell Rupp

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This story is non-fiction and told in first person . . . it’s raw and very real.
It’s a journey of one soldier who fought her demonic demons. While reading this tale, its audience will experience what it was like to endure: the heartaches, suicide attempts, losses, parental abuse, the placement into mental health facilities, and the toxic side of those eerie inner voices.
Through God’s grace, though, this author overcame the wrath of its many toxic swords. Surely, it took great determination, courage, and strength to expose the long and draining path she took along her journey. As the author exposes her walk, its evidence she doesn’t hold back in sharing those painful and hurtful memories. This author has even taken the liberty to reveal the full inside of her handwritten journal entries (unpolished). Surely, that was a rough decision to have been made (by this author) in determining to undress her life in such a manner.
Although I would have desired to see a bit more descriptive development in some areas (of characterization and scenes), its story was an interesting read; and one to be shared among many. Thank you (author) for allowing us to walk your journey. ( )
  Nina_N | Nov 30, 2014 |
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