As a California girl, I has always wanted to visit Georgia . . .
Synopsis for Georgia Stories On My Mind
Come visit Georgia within these pages as you read heartwarming stories shaped by local traditions and legends. The characters live life to the fullest through joys and hardships. Inhale the essence of Georgia’s revitalized small town squares while eating hand- scooped ice cream on a park bench. Each town has its own magic. Sometimes the most real things in life are things we cannot see but those that deeply touch us, as the folks in these tales learn. Share smiles and shed tears as you travel the curving road of life with these Georgia characters. Are you ready for an unforgettable experience of hope, faith, trust, reconciliation, and love?
My Review of Georgia Stories On My Mind
I loved the book. I loved the different stories that were written. My favorite story has to be the one of the girl who inherits a house from her grandmother, and in the process of taking care of the house, she looks for her dad who went missing when she was a child on her birthday. I don’t know what it is, it is always the first story that is my favorite. I love anything that is based in Georgia, so of course, I wanted to participate in this tour. Jackie did a magnificent job of writing these stories, and giving me the feel of being the beautiful state.
“A good book transports me to another time and place. It lets me feel the sensation of heroes and heroines— dark loneliness, deep passion, a father’s pride and a mother’s grief.” Jackie Rod is a fiction writer, loving wife of a legal beagle, and mother of three children who has blessed her with seven fantastic grandchildren. After Jackie retired from teaching, her love of words and stories led her to begin writing fiction. Reading and traveling enrich her life and she jumps at the opportunity to teach a workshop or attend a writing conference. She belongs to five writing chapters/groups. Jackie’s work can be found in twelve published books on Amazon, in several Metro Atlanta libraries, and independent bookstores.
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