It should be on sale later in the year.
In the meantime, I thought you might like to read a review from one of my early readers. I was so excited to read this, that I had to share it with you!
Review by Marie Burkhardt
All in the Leaves by Pat Elliott
As you read the story of Anna, you are reminded that life with all its hardships and pain is worth the effort; that to love, lose, and love again is possible; and that if we can recognize when doors are opening to us, and if we will walk through them to the other side, our lives can be fuller, richer, more exciting and meaningful.
Anna's life is safe, but prosaic. She lives with doting parents and pals around with best friend Chloe, who has her own issues, especially with men. Anna would love to have a man of her own and it seems that is all her life needs, but when her mother puts her in touch with the gentle but wise Barb, Anna learns from a tea cup reading that along with someone to love, she needs purpose.
Barb instructs her to say yes to opportunities, so Anna agrees to do just that, promising to say yes for the next year to everything presented to her by life, as long as no harm or danger is involved. As the pages turn, you will find Anna learning new job skills, travelling with Chloe in search of locations for a new business venture, and meeting wonderful new friends.
Brace yourself for some sharp twists and turns as more than one man weaves in and out of Anna's life. Watch for some delightful moments as Anna's parents stand by her through trying times, happy times and emotional growth. And don't be surprised if, as you cheer Anna on, you find yourself looking around the corner for your own opportunities. Anna reminds us that they might be there just waiting!