Author Archives: Susan Call Hutchison

About Susan Call Hutchison

A retired educator, a current homemaker, and a life-long musician, I have written, arranged and performed music and directed choirs for decades. I love learning almost as much as teaching. I took up my dream instrument, violin/fiddle, at the age of 65. My blog and digital sheet music store,"Good Old Tunes," grew out of my search for easy-to-play tunes and well-harmonized duets. In addition to arranging music, I am also a self-publishing author and editor. My books include the "Read-Aloud, Read-Along" series and "Mrs. Middlejoy's Church Mouse Adventures" chapter books.

Staying Focused and Branching Out – Are Both Possible?

Is it even possible to stay focused and still branch out into new creative areas? Continue reading

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I Can’t Believe I Just Did That!

It was bound to happen. A post I wrote only for myself, and for my friends (A weight loss group) was just accidentally posted on this site! I’m deleting it, but I WILL make it available on another blog that deals … Continue reading

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A Children’s Poem for the Fourth of July

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The Memory of a Song Since this is my “Author Site,” I like to talk about how my poems and stories came to be.  The poem I just posted on Read-Aloud, Read-Along with Susan…

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