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Book details
  • SubGenre:Women
  • Language:English
  • Pages:79
  • eBook ISBN:9781483505169

Maisie Pops

1913-1965: happiness, hardships, health and histrionics

by Lewis Adler

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From infancy to grand-motherhood: the recollections of May Faulkner-Lowe ... "Maisie Pops" ... a somewhat rebellious Cockney Londoner, whose life-choices and single-mindedness predated the "girl power" phenomenon by several decades.
MAISIE POPS is a true story. It is a mid-20th Century period piece focusing on a compelling mix of happy times, hardships, histrionics and health issues experienced by a single-minded, sensitive and somewhat rebellious woman. Born a Cockney Londoner one year before the outbreak of World War I, during peace time and through ten war years, May Faulkner-Lowe … “Maisie Pops” to her husband … made some life-choices that predated the ‘girl-power’ phenomenon by several decades. Then, towards the end of her life, she wrote down, in note form, her journey from infancy to grand-motherhood, spanning 1913 to 1965. Those notes have been faithfully transcribed and elaborated upon by her son David … a.k.a. the independent author, broadcaster, actor, feature writer and photo-journalist Lewis Adler. Out of courtesy to some families and individuals encountered by “Maisie Pops” during her life, a small number of surnames have been changed.
About the author
Lewis Adler is a London-born, English independent author and actor who, under his birth name of David Lowe, has been making music-based radio programmes for the British Broadcasting Corporation (B.B.C.) since 1981. David is also a columnist, feature writer and photo journalist of many years standing. "Maisie Pops" is Lewis Adler's second e-book: the first being the occult-thriller "Redeeming Factor".
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