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:
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Charles Green and Rick Maier
Rick moved to Georgia in the 1980s to advance his career and raise his family. Following a career in finance, he now enjoys spending time with his three grown children, writing, cross-country motorcycle trips and long walks with his dog Sadie. His four novels are each set in his adopted home town of Macon, while his next book will be a true crime drama that occurred when he was in high school in Wilmington, Delaware.
I am a highly motivated, Registered Architect with over 25+ years experience committed to quality design, excellence, and superior customer service.
Currently serving as State Secretary and on the Exec Committee for the Georgia AIA working for Advocacy Issues in the Georgia Capital. Member of the AIA, Current Member of the Macon Chapter, Past Experience, South West Georgia Chapter
Positions held: President, Programs Chairman and Secretary; represented the local chapter as President-elect by attending AIA Grassroots Leadership training and participated on AIA Presidents Council of State Board of AIA Georgia. LEED Green Associate certified by the US Green Building Council.
Charter Member of the Valdosta Sunrise Rotary Club: Past President, 06-07, Assistant Governor, 07-08 for District 6920, Area 6. Past President of the Men’s Golf Association, Turtle Cove
Past Member of the Board of Directors, Turtle Cove Homeowners Association, Monticello, GA 2012-15. Past Secretary of the Jasper County Water and Sewer Authority. (3 year term, 2016-18)
I am working on my first book, the story of my father and mother in extraordinary events (WWII) titled "My Doc" and their unique relationship and history.
Margaret Rodeheaver writes short fiction and novels for middle-grade and adult readers. She lives near Macon, Georgia, where she hangs out with various writers groups. She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from the Ohio State University, and enjoys books, music, travel, and coffee. She is also a pretty good whistler. Find Margaret online at www.MargaretRodeheaver.com, or look for her on Instagram and Twitter.
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