FREE Kindle Download

Hello dear friends. I’m celebrating a Marvelous March. Spring has sprung with a FREE Kindle download.  So, for this weekend only, Betweenwhiles: A family between two wars – a true story of rebellion against Nazism, is FREE to download on Amazon worldwide.
From Friday, March 1, 2019, 12:00 AM PST to Sunday, March 3, 2019, 11:59 PM PST download your FREE Kindle. Click:
Betweenwhiles Amazon USA
Betweenwhiles Amazon UK

Synopsis

A family, separated by the First World War, seek to reunite. The story began in 1920. The euphoria of the peace has given way to the reality of a new normal.
Each family’s emotional and physical journey gives an insight into life between the wars. This Art Deco Era was fraught with change and revolution.
M. A. Lossl’s second instalment carries on where Mizpah Cousins leaves off, continuing the story of the many family branches through the aftermath of The Great War, up through the gathering storm of the ‘30s and right up until the start of WW II. It paints a picture of life in times both more human, but also less forgiving than now. The joys, heartache, and tragedies shared in an extended family – lending support to each other during hard times, and without the safety net of a modern welfare state as a backdrop.
Constrained by the reality of a sizeable cast of players, M. A.Lossl manages to pull together a compelling and coherent tale, told with an eye for detail, using the minutia of daily life to add warmth and depth to the characters. A touch of humour helps lift the mood, which at times is perilous – especially when viewed with the historical knowledge of what happens next!
Betweenwhiles has been written as a stand-alone, as it alludes to the back story from WW1. So, even if you have not read Mizpah Cousins, you will still have a great read.

Download your FREE copy now, and enjoy this riveting story.

Then, please leave a review, to let readers know what you think of Betweenwhiles: A family between two wars – a true story of rebellion against Nazism

Many thanks for your support

Margaret x

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