Quin’s Abduction

Natalie Sieberichs

Quin’s Abduction   “I am falling upwards through the twilit sky … upwards in a lazy spiral through the frost-rimed, bare branches and twigs of the winter woodland. My breath mingles with the billowing, freezing fog and my feet are tumbling over my shoulders as I am drawn, bemused, ever closer towards the waiting glare. It is the size of … Read More

The Pipers Children

Natalie Sieberichs

The Pipers Children Two brothers, Mark, aged ten, and Tom, aged twelve, are evacuated to their uncle’s farm in Somerset to escape the nightly bombing by Hitler’s Luftwaffe. Here they experience village life as it was during wartime with rationing and shortages. For them, it’s a new kind of lifestyle full of new and exciting things to do. They meet … Read More

Shadow Soldiers

Natalie Sieberichs

Shadow Soldiers Shadow Soldiers is a series of novellas focused on exploring the world of the soldier, especially how their code of ethics is affected by the challenges of real evil in the world today. More morality play than an action-adventure, these episodic stories ask the audience to judge their role in the world’s challenges. Uncovering each challenge to our … Read More

Ants & Cicadas – Secrets & Lies

Natalie Sieberichs

Ants & Cicadas – Secrets & Lies   A love story set against the consequences of secrets and lies. 1975 Greek mainland Five men, Alexis, Spiros, Pannos, Vagelis and Dassus, are starting the last phase of their National Service. They have not met before. Four are purely there because they have to be. But Dassus, a bone headed giant and … Read More

Found In The Storm

Natalie Sieberichs

  Found In The Storm Discharged from the Army, Antonio Hampton felt lost not being able to do what he loved anymore; flying helicopters. When an old Army buddy sets him up with a piloting job in rural Minnesota, it looked like an easy payday. The objective: extract a package from point A and deliver it to point B. Yet … Read More

Omonolidee

Natalie Sieberichs

Omonolidee A unique, funny and candid collection of travelogues. Join David E. Gates, as he travels with his friends to Egypt, Malta, Tenerife, Florida and other destinations and gives his own distinctive take of what’s good, and bad, at these prime holiday destinations. A holiday book… For YOUR holiday! “Loved the photos… They really made the thing come alive! I … Read More

Skulduggery

Natalie Sieberichs

Times were tough in 1603, and there were shenanigans and skulduggery committed by locals and outsiders alike… The bleak Pennine moors of Yorkshire; a beautiful, harsh place, close to the sky, rugged and rough, no boundaries except the horizon, which in places, went on forever. Green pastures and wayward hills, the colours of ochre, brown and pink in the Spring. … Read More

Havens in the Storm

Natalie Sieberichs

Left for dead behind enemy lines, prince Dominel seeks refuge in an abandoned stronghold of the slaughtered wizards. There he is recruited and trained by undead mages in the once forbidden magics so that he can close the doors into the world of man and halt the advance of the horde of monsters known as the storm. Can the strength … Read More

Horn-Horn

Natalie Sieberichs

When loner Cassie Gellar moves to the coastal town of Horn-Horn, she hopes to make some real friends. She’s growing tired of her siblings: snobby older sister Annie, and gay younger brother Brendan. However, after her first day at Horn-Horn High-High, she gets lost in the local woods and stumbles across a little boy named Zag, who is shackled to … Read More

NEXT IN LINE

Natalie Sieberichs

Alison Mitchell is a young American woman trying desperately to get her life back on track after the devastating death of her mother less than two years ago. She thinks she just might be taking her first steps in the right direction, when she meets Joseph de Lorraine. Joseph is the classic mysterious stranger with what might prove to be … Read More