Broken Vessels: Letters to Abba

Natalie Sieberichs

Broken Vessels: Letters to Abba   Letters to Abba is a compilation of poems and short stories during a ten year period of my life. This book is dedicated to the down-casted, overlooked, abused, mistreated, neglected, betrayed, homeless, hurt, and wounded people. I am a witness that God does not despise a broken spirit or a contrite heart (Psalms 51:17). … Read More

STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS ON BIAFRA AND NIGERIA

Natalie Sieberichs

  STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS ON BIAFRA AND NIGERIA   A well-chronicled terrific-encounter of an innocent young mind in Nsukka during the Nigerian civil war years. Reading the musing and recall of Olu Aluko in this book is spellbinding to the last page. Seye Adetunmbi – Mindscope Africa, the Publisher of a first edition of the book Epic…highly emotional…deeply sensational. Strong … Read More

Borderline: My Life on the Run in Mexico, A true story

Natalie Sieberichs

Borderline: My Life on the Run in Mexico, A true story Chase Hartzell-Marcotte- Borderline Borderline, My Life on the Run in Mexico, a True Story Manuscript Synopsis CHASE has been running his entire life. In and out of juvenile hall and prison several times, he has decided that running away to Mexico is the solution to his problems with the … Read More

Joy at the End of the Tunnel

Natalie Sieberichs

Joy at the End of the Tunnel   Having gained freedom from depression, Stephen D. Edwards hasn’t looked back, except to write and share his story which brings hope for survival turned into thriving. This memoir is less about the darkness of depression and more about the joy of life. Find out how the author found freedom from the dark … Read More

The Branch and the Vine

Natalie Sieberichs

The Branch and the Vine When Stephen D. Edwards gained freedom from depression, he wondered how he became depressed in the first place. As he didn’t want to dwell in the past, it occurred to him that it was important to know how he gained freedom. This book came out of all of that. He describes his childhood and other life events that he … Read More

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

Harboring Happiness: 101 Ways To Be Happy

Natalie Sieberichs

Harboring Happiness: 101 Ways To Be Happy Harboring Happiness offers 101 clear, snappy, and scientifically-supported methods for achieving happiness. The goal of this easily-digestible book is to liberate readers, not burden them. Everyone wants to be happier, but most people don’t want to put in the effort. Harboring Happiness will appeal to people who want fast, easy solutions. It is … Read More

Is There Not A Cause?

Natalie Sieberichs

Is There Not A Cause? Is there not a cause is a powerful collection of poems that speak from the heart and soul of a pure artist. The content in this book is made of songs, stories, deep reflection, love, pain, prose, monologues and anthems. The author uses time and experiences, social/political climates around the world, failure, imagination and a … Read More

I’ll Take You to See the Ocean

Natalie Sieberichs

I’ll Take You to See the Ocean In this heartwarming story, Caroline fulfills her five-year-old son’s wish to see the ocean by taking him on a cruise to the Magdalen Islands.   READ THE FIRST FEW CHAPTERS HERE

Crown of Conspiracy

Natalie Sieberichs

Crown of Conspiracy When everyone has an ulterior motive, who can she trust? Becoming Queen is the last thing on Shalitha’s mind, but when an unexpected illness takes down everyone but her, she has no choice but to rise to the occasion. With more unexplained accidents happening around her, she is convinced none of them is a coincidence. But when … Read More