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Tad Hutton is an established author and a 2009 GAYA Award finalist. His previous novels are Rio Savannah and Time Pool: The Amazing Adventures of Eddie Dowd. He has also written the screenplay for Rio Savannah, and is currently finishing the film version of God's Money.
He travels extensively, especially in Central and South America, though both New Zealand and Indonesia are his favorite hidey-holes. Hutton prefers the "immersion" technique in his travels, that is, learning the language, staying away from Tourist Meccas, and spending extended periods with people who are proud of their land rather than dependent on foreign visitors. Along the way, he has picked up street knowledge of Spanish, Portuguese, Bahassa Indonesian, Czech, and even New Zealandese. German and Polish are works in progress.
Hutton graduated from the University of Notre Dame with Bachelor's and Master's degrees, and has spent time on the faculties of colleges and universities in California and Georgia.
He has also worked as Project Manager for an engineering company, and as Inspections Director for the City of Savannah.
He presently lives on Tybee Island, Georgia, with his wife, two cats, and a Boston Whaler.
Tybee Island, Georgia