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Margot Vesel Rising, composer/author, was organist at a prison for ten years, during which time she met many interesting men. She would not have wanted to miss the experience. Margot brings some of her experiences to you through AN UNEXPECTED REUNION.
Margot Stoffel (now Rising) was born in Watertown, South Dakota, the daughter of musicians. Her mother studied opera and wrote poetry and her father was an organist/pianist/violinist. Her parents came to the US from Germany in 1929. Margot and her brother grew up in various small towns in South Dakota and Minnesota where their dad took teaching positions as a band director and worked his way up to school Superintendent. She composed music under her married name at the time of Margot Vesel and formed her own publishing company. She taught school, gave private music lessons, was church organist, and organist at a Federal Correctional Institution for many years. She later accepted a job as organist/choir director at a church as well as working at a clock shop and insurance agency to support her composing/writing. When Margot (now Margot Vesel Rising) became a widow, she started seriously writing novels for the enjoyment of senior citizens. Having broadened her horizons, she says she now writes novels for women of all ages. She published nine novels through a print-on- demand company, but has written more than twenty. Books To Go Now accepted ORPHAN ON MY DOORSTEP She was thrilled that an editor had read and accepted her novel without her having to pay for it.