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When All Balls Drop: The Upside of Losing Everything Paperback – September 15, 2014
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"When All Balls Drop is a powerful chronicle of ultimate change and recovery. This is its strength: pointing out the light at the end of the tunnel. How Siefkas arrives at this point makes for a powerful story of adjustment and ultimately newfound growth and happiness."
- D. Donovan of the Midwest Book Review
"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."
"There are certainly many books written about overcoming adversity. Heidi's is unique...When All Balls Drop is a compelling story of tenacity, humor and accomplishment. You'll certainly cheer for the author as she heads to the finish line!" - Jordan Rich, WBZ CBS Radio Boston
About the Author
Heidi Siefkas is an author and adventurer. Originally from small-town Wisconsin, she lives in Kauai and also calls the Midwest and South Florida home. Heidi's books include When All Balls Drop (Sept 2014) and With New Eyes (Sept 2015). She is currently writing her third book, Cubicle to Cuba, which features a humorous collection of stories about her travels to Cuba, Peru, New Zealand, Italy, and more. You can connect with Heidi at heidisiefkas.com, Facebook, and Twitter.
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By the time I closed the book, I found that I had tabbed a number of pages and vignettes as "favorites". Many I think, because of their relatability, and others for their humor, frankness, and vivid descriptions. Several that stick out most in my memory, are the renaming of one of the primary antagonists; those that describe her relationship with the tree that started it all; and another because of the way it was written, whether deliberately or not, foreshadowed future events which ultimately led to me meeting Heidi in the first place.