I Survived a 70’s Childhood

Natalie Sieberichs

Take a nostalgic 1970’s wander through Halewood in Merseyside, where the pace of life is slower but never ever dull, and health and safety are two separate words. This evocative story of a teenage boys anxt and experiences of grief and suicide, clips round the ear from the local copper, family complications, school life and friendships will have you reaching … Read More

Reflections – monologues and muses of modern times

Natalie Sieberichs

A collection of short monologues highlighting and exploring the lives of 6 different characters. It’s inspired by the iconic ‘talking heads’ stories and covers topics such as loneliness, depression, and life in today’s widely varied world. The reader will witness some tragedy and some humour but above all else, I am hoping that you will find a connection either directly … Read More

Don’t Poo in the Pudding Bowl! anecdotes from 13.414 days of teaching

Natalie Sieberichs

Ever wondered what life is like as a teacher? Or what happens on school trips? Perhaps you’ve speculated on what your teacher really thought about the students? Don’t Poo in the Pudding Bowl answers these questions and more! Including 34 real-life stories about teaching teens in Sheffield, this book reveals exactly what happens behind those school doors. Maxine Blake, a … Read More