Reflections in Rail Carriage Windows -Memories of a 1940s Childhood

Natalie Sieberichs

Reflections in Rail Carriage Windows -Memories of a 1940s Childhood Memories of a childhood in black and white and grey, playing outside in the fields, schoolteachers with black gowns and canes, sitting rooms in beige and brown, distant fathers back from the war, dreary Dixon of Dock Green, and becoming a teenager in the year that rock n roll was … Read More

Prophecy

Natalie Sieberichs

Prophecy I was falling, the air like ice against my face, but a calm rushed over me, like I was finally at peace. He wasn’t going to get me. We were safe… When eighteen-year-old honor student Lucy Owens discovers her family secret, she must leave the world she knows behind or suffer a fate worse than death. Dubbed “that weird … Read More