Tryon Diary:Tales from the Friendliest Town in the South by Susan McNabb
"Susan's humor is as subtle as a sharp razor blade and her columns always look at life and people from a positive point of view—a wonderful feature that should be a great read for anyone in book form."
—Jim Wright, Mayor of Tryon
"Susan's snippets of life here are fun, chatty, sometimes very personal, and sometimes just a little bit peppery. Tryon Diary is charming and insightful—a must read!"
—Patti D'Arbanville, actress and Tryon resident
“Susan eloquently captures the quirks and bona fides of Tryon’s diverse population, always with a warm heart willing to see potential oddity as charm.”
—Richard Christian Nelson, portrait artist and Tryon gallery owner
Fall in love with Tryon, North Carolina, in this collection of Susan McNabb’s insightful and often funny weekly newspaper columns from the Tryon Daily Bulletin as she discovers the unexpected in small-town life after nearly three decades in Hollywood. Included are her thoughts on Tryon native Nina Simone, the Mule Club, and rented goats.
Susan McNabb is the author of Tryon Diary, a collection of columns from the Tryon Daily Bulletin, "The World's Smallest Daily Newspaper," in which she chronicles her adjustment to small-town life in North Carolina after nearly three decades in Los Angeles. Susan grew up in Asheville, North Carolina, and received an English Literature degree from the University of Tennessee before moving to L.A. to pursue modeling and commercial acting. Now settled in Tryon with her husband and rescued dogs, Susan is also an accomplished potter and fiber artist. You can visit Susan at www.susanmcnabb.com or on Facebook, Goodreads, or Twitter.