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The House of Six Doors received an honorable mention at The 2015 Amsterdam Book Festival! I am thrilled.

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The House of Six Doors received an honorable mention at The 2015 Amsterdam Book Festival! I am thrilled.
The House of Six Doors by Patricia Selbert
"Simply put, its EXCELLENT! All immigrants can relate to the story. An immigrant like me, i completely understand the hardships of moving to the US. The culture-shock, the challenge of amalgamation among other things. I truly enjoyed reading this b..." Read more of this review »
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"For eleven years, ever since I came--by accident--to live in Curaçao, I've been looking for books about this island's rich history and people. And for eleven years I found nothing. There's plenty in Dutch or Papiamentu, neither of which I read, an..." Read more of this review »
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“Let your feelings flow freely, accept each one of them, know that they are your feelings and no one is to blame for them. Live from your essence and watch your feelings flow; only when you accept them can you understand the story of your life.”
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“Loneliness is remedied at times with the company of a friend and at other times with the company of oneself.”
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“Let your feelings flow freely, accept each one of them, know that they are your feelings and no one is to blame for them. Live from your essence and watch your feelings flow; only when you accept them can you understand the story of your life.”
Patricia Selbert, The House of Six Doors

“Loneliness is remedied at times with the company of a friend and at other times with the company of oneself.”
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“Writing a novel gave me both a bird’s eye view and a worm’s eye view of my life. Most of all, I came to realize that life is intricate and wondrous.”
Patricia Selbert, The House of Six Doors: An Autobiographical Novel

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“Loneliness is remedied at times with the company of a friend and at other times with the company of oneself.”
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“Let your feelings flow freely, accept each one of them, know that they are your feelings and no one is to blame for them. Live from your essence and watch your feelings flow; only when you accept them can you understand the story of your life.”
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