℘℘℘℘ From next door’s garden, chins wag as tales unfold, beneath china-blue skies. Where, screeching swallows turn on curved wings, to swoop upon insects skimming the indolent… Read more “Musings from my hammock”
Click to share our recent visit to this beautiful city in the North of England. I’ve created the video with a trial version of the app. so… Read more “A visit to magnificent Manchester, UK”
Positive Communication Do you often receive praise for your work? Whether at home or place of work, often, good deeds are written in sand. Do you remember… Read more “A Message From America”
Amazon’s e-book lending options. Are these an affordable path to unlimited reading? Reading is an amazing hobby that broadens and develops minds. It has been my main… Read more “Cost-effective ideas to feed your bookworm habit”
I am delighted to share my interview with Fiona Mcvie. Please check out her great blog, Author Interviews, with lots of information about authors and their books.
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Hello and welcome to my blog, Author Interviews. My name is Fiona Mcvie. Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Tell us your name. What is your age? Hi, I’m Margaret Lossl, and I have enjoyed 60 summers on this fair planet. My pen name is, M.A. Lossl. Thank you for inviting […]
In Roman times Back in circa 70AD, the Romans discovered the hot water springs the rise from the deep, here in Bath. They named the city Aquae… Read more “Melodic, healing waters of Bath, England”
Blue-sky thinking: Noun. blue-sky thinking (uncountable) (idiomatic) Thinking that is not grounded or in touch in the realities of the present. (idiomatic) Open-minded thinking. From wiktionary.org … Read more “Blue-sky history?”
Celebrating the centenary of the end of WW1, 1914-1918 A chance to read a true story of the era. 99 cents/pence from Amazon, 10 – 17 July… Read more “*Kindle 99c offer* Calling Historical: Fiction, Romance, Memoir, Military, WW1 Readers”
The Family Tree Warning: family history can lead to emotional discoveries. It may seem counter-intuitive, but you begin at the end! That is, you begin with you.… Read more “Build on a strong foundation: top tips for sleuthing the past”
Blog Image – The cornflower dragon by M Lossl June 2018 We planted a mini wildflower meadow in a trough and have watched it grow. It’s now… Read more “Three moments, that may bring you joy”