Plain English

Plain English

by Susie E. Fisher


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Plain English by Susie E. Fisher

When Susie Fisher left the Amish church at age 20, she realized that being shunned was just the beginning and that culture shock was an equal-opportunity wench that impacted every aspect of her new life. How could she make the leap from schooling that had been cut off at age 14 to a college education? How could she cope with Corporate America, where she found conformity that felt eerily like what she had left behind? Could she survive the romantic entanglements that were the result of her unsophisticated choices? Worst of all, how could she have known that the very churches she had so looked forward to attending would be rife with wolves in sheep's clothing? The freedom to choose one's own path sounds glorious, but as Susie describes, there are pitfalls, and laughter, aplenty...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781478233510
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/01/2012
Pages: 300
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.63(d)

About the Author

Susie Fisher grew up in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Her upbringing as an Amish girl, and some eclectic career choices including housecleaner, laundry worker, server, receptionist, and executive assistant, created a unique prism through which she views the world. She lives with her son in Lake Ridge, Virginia.

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Chahnasgma More than 1 year ago
As I am almost finished with this book, I walk along with Susie as goes from little girl to adult, and the changes she made in her life along the way. She not only gives us the good, but also the bad of what she felt was the life not for her. I would recommend this book to all that study of the Amish and the Amish that left that lifestyle.