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Secco's book celebrates everyday life

June 12, 2013

Photo submitted Marilyn Secco is shown with her new book "Front Porch Tales". A June 18 book signing is being held at The Village Peddler.

Kersey native and local author, Marilyn Secco recently completed her first book "Front Porch Tales", a collection of short stories celebrating the joys and trials of everyday life.
“My goal in writing the book was to make my readers feel like they’ve come for a visit with me on my front porch on a lovely summer day while I tell a few tales and even share some of my favorite recipes, as friends like to do," Secco said.

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