Author Archives: Taryn Hutchison

Do Not Fear

March 12, 2020

People across the globe have a lot to be anxious about these days. Worrying quickly turns into fear, which becomes panic and leads to hysteria. Besides the obvious pandemic coronavirus, we have the worldwide economy to be concerned about. Cancer, illness, money problems, job problems, relationship problems . . . the list is endless. Yet, […]

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Settled or Open-Ended?

February 24, 2020

I like to plan. I live by my to-do lists and my organized calendars. I rarely clean my house, but I must have things in their rightful places. I like having decisions made, tasks completed, plans settled. Everything in my life right now is unsettled and disordered. This does not make me very happy. If […]

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Crazy or Called?

January 21, 2020

The timing couldn’t have been worse. Ten days before Christmas, and smack dab in the middle of publishing one novel and revising its sequel, I was asked to write another book. This one couldn’t be more different than the YA historical novels I’ve been working on the last few years. Curtis Roberts, recently released from […]

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A Day I’ll Never Forget

December 20, 2019

I’ll never forget December 21. Two times in my life, it has proven to be a significant day. 1989 On December 21, thirty years ago, I sat glued to the television news. The revolution in Romania was under way. First Poland, then Hungary, then East Germany, Bulgaria, and Czechoslovakia had shaken free of their Communist […]

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