Mitch Sexton


The author’s career spans 40 years in Information Technologies where providing documentation and training materials were a major part of developing applications. During this time, whether working on large-scale computers, PC’s, or networked systems, the author found the success of any applications highest if the materials were tailored to the audience to keep their attention.
To keep his fiction and non-fiction publications separate, the author's non-fiction work, published under the name Mitch Sexton, include:
• Pick-3 Lottery: Strategies and Tactics
• WTF Are You Saying?
• Listen To What You Wrote.
The author's fiction works, published under the name Evans Bissonette, are:
• The Ice Age Saga trilogy - books in this series include:
o The Shaman’s Song
o The Sojourner’s Tale
o Crooked Foot
In addition, he has published a historical fiction,
• Explorer! The Adventures of Walter Wellman.
While works of fiction, these stories are all written as action-adventure stories and are meant to entertain readers of all ages. These are not stories of what was, but more stories of possibilities, of what could have been. In many cases, notes are included to explain unfamiliar terms or expand on descriptions.
The author and his wife, both retired, have been married over 45 years. They live in a suburb of Detroit and have three adult children.
You can email the author at
The author maintains a website,, where he writes about his books and ideas on the background he created.

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WTF R U Sayin'? Codes, Acronyms, Abbreviations, and Phrases: The shorthand of the digital age
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 34,420. Language: English. Published: March 6, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Reference » Directories
The digital age created the ability for individuals to immerse themselves in social media, sending texts from their cell phones, or Tweets (status updates) using Twitter. While convenient, it brought on a language of its own with the potential to cause confusion. Is BYOB and invitation for you to Bring your own booze or an invitation for you to Be your own boss? When your offspring hurriedly types
Listen To What You Wrote! Text-To-Speech for Writers and Others
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 3,330. Language: English. Published: January 23, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Computers & Internet » Desktop publishing
As an author, what tools do you use to proofread your work? Have you considered using Text-To-Speech (TTS) software? Here are profiles on ten TTS applications. (some free and others low-cost) that could help you evaluate their performance and match the best-fit to your needs.

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