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How do You Feel About the Word Crone?

This is a question Nicola Humber from The Unbound Writers Book Club asks following our Podcast to discuss the release of my new book Menopause Wisdoms - Women's Stories of Becoming Crone.

It was a delight to have a conversation with her and share the excitement and anticipation, knowing that as we spoke my book was being birthed into the world!

Below you will read what we talked about and find the links for where you can take a listen.

I do hope you enjoy what was shared and if you feel called to get in touch with me, I very much look forward to hearing from you.

Much love always


Nicola writes -

How do you feel about the word 'crone'? It's one that I've grown to welcome, but that certainly wasn't always the case. For most of my life, I was repulsed by the idea of a crone. And the thought to being one myself? No thank you! The collective conditioning we hold around older/elder women is strong. But (thank goddess!) it feels like perceptions are shifting. This week in The Unbound Writer's Club, I got to speak with one of my dearest friends, Brier Heart, about her brilliant new book, Menopause Wisdoms: Women's Stories of Becoming Crone. In this conversation we dive into:

  • Brier’s perspective of what menopause is

  • Connecting to your internal authority, your truth, and your wisdom

  • Supporting women through the initiation of menopause

  • Living your truth and expressing from that place

  • Aligning yourself back to Mother Earth

  • Brier’s hopes for every woman who reads Menopause Wisdoms

As always, you can listen in to The Unbound Writer's Club on your favourite podcast player - Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Soundcloud - or you can head over to The Unbound Press website, where you'll also find the show notes.

If you enjoy this magical episode, please do share it with anyone else you feel might benefit from listening. Thanks so much Brier. Much love Nicola x

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