Recent release “The Leaves Turn Brown” from Page Publishing author Lolita Coppage with collaborators Karen Idris and Nikolas Robinson is a harrowing tale centered around Anneliese Stewart, an author who finds her first manuscript being considered by a high-profile Chicago based publisher. Everything seems to be going perfectly until suddenly the opportunity of a lifetime becomes a terrifying journey that will lead to Anneliese’s unraveling.
Lolita Coppage, an author, professional singer, and inspirational speaker who uses her platform to encourage others who have suffered from childhood trauma, has completed her new book “The Leaves Turn Brown”: a stunning novel that follows one woman as she spirals down a path of difficulties that will lead her to face her own shortcomings and failures.
“Anneliese Stewart’s first manuscript is being considered by Rosario & Robins, a high-profile Chicago publishing firm, every author’s dream,” writes Coppage. “The only problem: she never contacted the firm or sent her work. Against her better judgment and intuition, encouraged by others, she agrees to accept the invitation and meet the senior publisher and editor of the firm. Haunted by her unresolved past and her denial of her self-destructive behaviors, her dream journey will become a nightmare. Annie will plummet down a path of betrayal, loss and grief, ultimately leading to destruction in her personal and private life as she must eventually confront her greatest enemy… herself.”
Published by Page Publishing, Lolita Coppage’s thrilling tale will leave readers on the edge of their seats as they follow along with Anneliese as she tries to navigate the confusing series of events that will cause her to lose her sense of self amidst the chaos. When all is said and done, will Anneliese be able to recover from losing it all, or will she succumb to her past and allow it to dominate her future?
Readers who wish to experience this mesmerizing work can purchase “The Leaves Turn Brown” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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