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Press release for Secrets of an Old Typewriter picked up by Talk of the Town!

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Columbia City's Susie Duncan Sexton, a Talk of the Town columnist and new author of "Secrets of an Old Typewriter: Stories from a Smart and Sassy Small Town Girl," recounts with humor, verve and insight decades of small town life in America. The smart and sassy essays cover such subjects as ’50s and ’60s nostalgia, America’s great books and motion pictures, politics, religion, animal rights and modern-day values.

Describing her essays, Sexton says, “I willingly share nostalgic trips to the past as I have now achieved such an old age that no one remains who can question the authenticity of my memory of places, people and events that were very much never what they were cracked up to be.”

"Secrets of an Old Typewriter: Stories from a Smart and Sassy Small Town Girl" is available to read on all popular eReaders including Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble NOOK. It is also available in PDF format to read on PC.

Duncan Sexton grew up in Columbia City. After graduating 12th in her class at Ball State University (winning the first ever John R. Emens award for “most outstanding senior”), she returned to her hometown where she has worked as a teacher, a publicist and a health lecturer.

She currently writes monthly columns for a blog and her local newspaper.

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Read about movies and nostalgia, animal issues and sociopolitical concerns all discussed in my book Secrets of an Old Typewriter - print and ebook versions available. Also available in both formats at Amazon.com

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Visit my author website at www.susieduncansexton.com

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descriptionI just answered this college alumni questionnaire. I hope they appreciate my joie de vivre!

my passion? the welfare of animals of all persuasions, from ants to elephants!

scary experience? childbirth…but my son is a gift to the world…the best individual on the planet! ask me about his accomplishments!

job market? have tried my best to avoid such a place…unless fruits and vegetables and shoes are sold there…my kind of market!

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biggest fear? that hillary will NOT be elected to the presidency which she so deserves…and that humans will never wise up to the wonders of all sentient beings of every species.

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most valuable college experience? learning to love literature…and escaping my sorority by heading to the theatre department!

doing college over? no thanks…once was enough…just right…but three years would have been better than four…wanted to go back home after three years!

lessons from the honors college …that dr. strother was the perfect mentor and adviser for my thesis featuring HENRIK IBSEN! loved him! (dean lawhead criticized my eyebrows…so I never warmed up to him?)

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Secrets of an Old Typewriter Stories from a Smart and Sassy Small Town Girl by Susie Duncan Sexton

More Secrets of an Old Typewriter Misunderstood Gargoyles and Overrated Angels by Susie Duncan Sexton

Read about movies and nostalgia, animal issues and sociopolitical concerns all discussed in my book Secrets of an Old Typewriter and its follow-up Misunderstood Gargoyles and Overrated Angels - print and ebook versions of both are available on Amazon (click the title).

The books are also carried by these fine retailers: Ann Arbor's Bookbound and Common Language; Columbia City's Whitley County Historical Museum; and Fort Wayne's The Bookmark.

And you can download from iTunes.

Meet other like-minded souls at my facebook fan page

Visit my author website at www.susieduncansexton.com

Join a great group of animal advocates Squawk Back: Helping animals when others can't ... Or Won't

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