Hello dear friends. I am sharing this work as it had a profound effect on me. The poet weaves her words into an emotional story. This poem… Read more “A poem that tells a family history”
Dear Friends Today, I am delighted to tell you about a new book from fellow authors and genealogists, Tracy Kasaboski and Kristen den Hartog. Their book, The… Read more “The Cowkeeper’s Wish, Coming Soon”
℘℘℘℘ 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”
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 […]
1918 was a momentous year in history; it culminated with the end of WW1. This became known as the Great War. In January 1918, the American president,… Read more “I believe, understanding our ancestors walk through history, empowers our lives today.”
As an author, I’m fascinated by the way people read. Is it possible to write a book to suit all reading styles? Begin at the beginning, go… Read more “How do you read it?”
The challenge My latest book, Betweenwhiles is out on Kindle. The last 3 weeks, I have been working on an illustrated version. This, I am planning to… Read more “Lows and highs and a lesson in life”
A brief history of Emma Zena Lossl Birth April 17, 2018 marked my mother’s 107th birthday. Emma Zena Lossl (née Heitmann) 1911 – 20008, lived an extraordinary… Read more “My inspiration and motivator”
An issue Currently, I’m staying on Hilton Head, South Carolina USA. This lovely shoe-shaped island has been my muse while I completed my recent novel. After all… Read more “A lesson from the wind, tide, and a bicycle ride”
A few years ago, while sifting through some documents inherited from my mother, I found an old manuscript, written in German. I set about translating it. It… Read more “Old documents, a meeting, and a book”