|DELHPOS — Delphos native Margie Rostorfer has published her first romance novel, titled She Came Home. Her new novel is a fictional, contemporary romance novel about an 18-year-old girl who has just lost her parents in a tragic plane crash just shortly before her high school graduation. The mature, young, woman-child is then faced with the loss, the pain and the rebuilding of her life and is forced to make critical decisions about college, her home, romance and life in general. Decisions, radical changes, profound love, joy, anger and deep immense sorrow are heaped upon Rostorfer’s fictional character, Mary Ellen, in the roller-coaster ride through the next chapters of her life, causing the young Mary Ellen to wonder if she’ll ever be able to find the kind of peace that she had before that one tragic day that changed the course of her life forever.
Local author Margie Rostorfer, writing under the pen name Maggie Anne Ross, has published her first book, She Came Home. She will sign books from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday’s at the farmers market on the corner of Main and East Third streets.
Writing under the pen name of Maggie Ann Ross, Margie has been married to Dan Rostorfer for 32 years. They have three daughters: Carrie (Scott) German, Christie (Shawn) Allemeier and Courtnie Rostorfer; and a grandson, Blaine Allemeier, all of Delphos. After graduating from St. John’s High School, Margie, the daughter of Catharine Gerdemann and the late Norbert Gerdemann, has worked at The Union Bank for 40 years. She is an active volunteer in the Delphos community, writes a monthly article for the Thrift Shop, has won state-wide poetry contests and is a member of the Romance Writers of America.
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