Vicki Q. Smith grew up in Perry, Georgia on a small farm with lots of animals including donkeys, horses, chickens, ducks ,cats and of course lots of dogs. She now resides in Bolingbroke, Georgia (suburb of Macon) with her husband Bobby Lee and her two fur babies Bella and Emmie Lou.
She and Bobby Lee own and operate a full service Real Estate firm, selling Real Estate all over Middle Georgia.
She is very active in her church and community including local animal rescue groups.
Watch for the next Bella the Butterfly Dog book coming soon!
To contact Vicki, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or reach her on her Facebook page Vicki Smith - https://www.facebook.com/vicki.smith.14661
I want to visit The Treasure Chest! Reading about the store was definitely my favorite part of the book. I found the “behind the scenes” of running a thrift store so interesting! I just so happen to be reading this book at the same time as I was running my annual garage sale and it made me view my “products” in a whole new way 🙂
This was a light, easy to enjoy novel set in what sounds to be a delightful small town.
I appreciated the church references throughout the book. This Jewish girl learned a great deal 🙂 St. Marks sounds just lovely!
I enjoyed this book and appreciated how my perception of certain characters changed throughout the story as I was granted more insight into their personalities. Characters who I initially liked I ended up hating and characters who I initially wasn’t a fan of morphed into lovely people. Love when that happens!
A cute, easy read!
A Discussion With Margaret Rodeheaver, In Her Own Words: