Not the Norm, A Small Town Story

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Not the Norm, A Small Town Story is a fictional story based on actual events, people?s experiences, and true facts. As the tale unfolds, there are unusual twists and turns as the commonplace evolves into the unexpected. The story is humorous and encouraging while providing some unique truths about a small town in western Pennsylvania. This warm, inspirational story may leave the reader with many unanswered questions: Did the town achieve Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.?s dream where people would judge character rather than skin color? How did the town?s people make so many noteworthy school and career achievements? Why has the town produced such a large number of successful people? The more important question: Did this town follow the Quaker, William Penn?s ?holy experiment? where everyone should be treated with equality regarding education and religion? If this is true, can any town apply Penn?s beliefs and accomplish similar results?

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Lorraine M. Harris is a native of Connellsville, Pennsylvania and retired after 34 years of government service. She and her husband, Lamont, retired from the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area to The Villages, Florida. They have two daughters. She is an award winning author who conducts workshops for various Florida Writers Association (FWA) chapters, the Life Long Learning College, libraries and other venues. She also guest speaks at book clubs, churches, and high schools. She is a member of the Florida Writers Associations, The League of Villages Authors, the Eastern Star, and the Red Hat Society. She also founded and sponsors a small writers’ group, The Write Corner. She lives by the saying, “We make a living by what we get and we make a life by what we give.” She donates portions of her book sales to the Wildwood Food Pantry in Wildwood, Florida and other charities.

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