What Are the Critics Saying About When All Balls Drop?
“When All Balls Drop is a hopeful story for women written by a spirited and tenacious author. I recommend When All Balls Drop for anyone who feels a kinship to a story that may enable a search for a way forward on their fateful life path.”
– Self Publishing Review
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“How can a devastating accident end up leaving you in a better place in life?
This is the key question author Heidi Siefkas tries to answer from her personal perspective through her inspirational memoir When All Balls Drop: The Upside of Losing Everything.
A candid recollection of events arranged from memories and diaries, Siefkas writes about her experiences of physical and emotional recovery from a freak accident as victim of a falling tree that left her without a career, without a marriage and without a life to her own. With only with a fight for her lost independence left, Siefkas begins a long, ultimately uplifting journey of recovery of physical and emotional dimensions as she takes a new look at the pieces of her shattered life.
The overall message of the book is that everything has an upside – but it might not always be clear what that is. While a major accident isn’t itself a pleasant or positive thing to have happen, the ripples of this particular one were significant for the author who shows courage and determination in her fearless upheaval of her life and every speed bump on the way there.
When All Balls Drop is a hopeful story for women who want to see the bright side of their own misfortunes written by a spirited and tenacious author.
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