By #1 Besting selling author Pamela Thompson

I am thrilled to share with you a taste of my new book:

The Exploits of Minerva

Reflections of a Sixty-Something Woman

The book is about 6 women who have been part of a women’s circle for more than 20 years and have supported each other through a variety of life transitions. It is told through the eyes of Minerva who is partly autobiographical. The stories are real. Minerva believes that “life is an adventure to be lived to the fullest”.

Having recently separated, and moved to a new city, Minerva thought having regular support from other women might be helpful. This was a huge step for her as she rarely reached out for support. Others came to her. She was the strong one, the one who had it all together – or so they thought!

The ”Exploits of Minerva”, part-memoir, part personal growth guide, explores through raw, real, life-altering and empowering stories, six women in a Women’s Circle who have supported one another for over two decades through various life transitions.


I hope you enjoy a “taste” of my new book and are encouraged to read more.

"I invite you to join me on the journey back in time where I share key life transitions and lessons learned along the way. It is my hope that you will glean some new insights, better understand yourself and others, and realize that you are not alone."


"I am what you’d call a “personal growth junkie”. I started my personal growth journey in the 1990s. I recall deciding it would be a good idea to start doing yoga to slow down and get free of the constant chatter in my head. Perhaps you relate."

"Julie is the newest member of our group. We invited her into our Circle 5 years ago. When her husband died suddenly, she stayed in Regina for a couple of years and found it extremely challenging. She felt Bob’s presence every day. She felt so empty and believed the only way to deal with the loss was to start a new life."

Pamela Thompson is the author of the #1 Bestselling book: Learning to Dance with Life: A Guide for High Achieving Women.

I believe that embracing change is a creative process that opens us up to new possibilities.

Pamela Thompson

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