Hailing from the Midwest, Mary Ann Hutchison is a transplanted Wisconsinite who spent over 40 years in the legal field as: a legal secretary, Administrative Assistant for the Pima County Sheriff’s Department, Courtroom Clerk and Judicial Administrative Assistant for the Pima County Superior Court.
After retiring she began to seriously put words on paper and writes short stories, memoirs, middle-grade, and suspense stories.
One husband, two spoiled felines, a blended family of six children, 18 grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren constitute her immediate family.
Connect with me online! My site, blog, or Twitter handle are:
Books I've written, anthologies I've contributed to, and any scripts or plays I've authored:
“Rain, Rain, Go Away…” her newest adult suspense novel is available from your local bookstore, Anaphora Literary Press, Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.com. “Justice is often delayed, but WILL NOT be denied. To those who labor in the judiciary and law enforcement, two things are well known: Time is always of the essence and knowing is one thing, proving it another. It’s implicit that no matter
their vocation, what they do after hours must shatter the images of what
they consistently see and hear.
“Moochi's Mariachis, her YA novel, is available from Open Books Press, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com, and as an e-book. With great pride, “Moochi” is now a part of the Tucson Unified School District’s Title I ESL Program. A portion of the proceeds of the book is donated to the Arizona Kidney Foundation.
The novella, “Cascabel,” an e-book, now available in print from Open Books Press, can be found on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. The-wide open western frontier in 1865 is the backdrop for chilling revenge and murder.
My writing is:
Fiction, Blog Posts
I'm part of these writers' groups or salons:
Gecko Gals Ink LLCC, five sassy Tucson authors who are differently expertised
My professional associations:
Arizona Mystery Writers
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