“To Bury The Cloud” by Leah Margolis has been released worldwide. This 364-page novel follows a hospital employee dedicated to the care of others but struggling to deal with her own underlying pain from the past. Through difficult realizations, insights gained while interacting with an eclectic array of multidimensional people in her life, and helping patients confront their own trauma, she begins to find her path toward peace. Do you have a cloud to bury?
This heart-tugging story is a journey entwined with psychological, philosophical, and clinical reflection, sure to draw readers in and inspire them to examine the dark clouds in their own lives.
To Bury The Cloud (ISBN: 9781735691077) can be purchased through retailers worldwide, including barnesandnoble.com and Amazon. The paperback retails for $14.99. Wholesale orders are available through Ingram.
From the back cover:
Jules Westcott has a gray cloud hanging over her head, which she cannot shed. She has long left her childhood home in upstate New York for New York City, yet her worldview has been significantly shaped by childhood memories and experiences.
As a member of a rehabilitative team in a hospital, she is constantly mindful of others’ stories and needs and attempts to maximize their rehabilitative process. However, participation in their cycle of care prompts memories of her own hidden past to surface. She acknowledges her pain, but is unable to confront her ‘hanging cloud’. Without being fully cognizant of what is happening, recognition of the often dire situations of others generates the beginning of her inner healing.
Ultimately, it is through her interaction with an abused young patient that she unravels and confronts her past and permits herself to defeat her internal cycle of pain and conflict.
This is a story of healing through helping.
About the author:
Leah Margolis is an occupational therapist from New York. She has been working with children in different venues for over a decade, helping them build on their strengths and skills. Aside from elating in scientific discovery, Leah finds joy in reading or writing diversified material, as life is not limited to a given genre or life stage. As an author and occupational therapist, she believes that words are only made more beautiful when they create an avenue for multiple learning experiences.
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