Testimonials

This is what authors who have published with Inner Hippie Books say about their experience:

Janifer Wheeler

Janifer Wheeler

STRONG AND FREE Vol. 1

“Silke is the Mary Poppins of book publishing, because she’s practically perfect in every way.”

Esther de Charon de Saint Germain

STRONG AND FREE Vol.1

Unwrapping your books is DEFINITELY exciting!

Kinga Staszalek

STRONG AND FREE Vol.1

Great advice for aspiring authors.

Charlotte de Jaegher

STRONG AND FREE Vol. 1

The happy feeling when your books finally arrive in the post…

Liz (Simmons) Hickey

Liz (Simmons) Hickey

STRONG AND FREE Vol. 1

I am so grateful to Silke for the opportunity to be a co-author in STRONG AND FREE. Her kindness, professionalism and wonderful attitude to life and living shone through at every point in the experience. I wish her abundant success in all her endeavours as she lives the life of her dreams.

K. LaFleur-Anders

STRONG AND FREE Vol.1

K. talks about her experience.

Jenny Louise Watt

Jenny Louise Watt

STRONG AND FREE Vol. 1

Silke and her team were reassuring at every step. The resources that were available to me helped me so much. Silke and Lynn [editor] were kind, supportive, explanatory and thoughtful. I appreciated having the graphics and text ready to copy/paste for my own use. I would definitely participate with Inner Hippie Books on another collaboration.

A poem for you (just because…)

breathe

she sat at the back and they said she was shy
she led from the front and they hated her pride

they asked her advice and then questioned her guidance
they branded her loud then were shocked by her silence

when she shared no ambition they said it was sad
so she told them her dreams and they said she was mad

they told her they’d listen then covered their ears
and gave her a hug while they laughed at her fears

and she listened to all of it thinking she should
be the girl they told her to be best as she could

but one day she asked what was best for herself
instead of trying to please everyone else

so she walked to the forest and stood with the trees
she heard the wind whisper and dance with the leaves

she spoke to the willow, the elm and the pine
and she told them what she’d been told time after time

she told them she never felt nearly enough
she was either too little or far far too much

too loud or too quiet too fierce or too weak
too wise or too foolish too bold or too meek

then she found a small clearing surrounded by firs
and she stopped and she heard what the trees said to her

and she sat there for hours not wanting to leave
for the forest said nothing it just let her breathe

Poem by Becky Hemsley, @talkingtothewild

Come, friend, pull up a chair, pour yourself a coffee and join me by the fireside. I want to hear your story!