Alma Hudson's Writings
I have a tale told to me by my father. I wish to share it with you. When I was a young girl living in my parent's house, I often made pancakes for breakfast. Back in the day, we couldn’t afford pancake mix so I made them from scratch. One day in our kitchen as I was standing over a hot skillet turning pancakes, my Daddy asked one of the...
I can't help but lift up my head and look to the sky. For above lies my one true love. I'm like the first seed, watered and feed with the nutrients of the sun's rays. I grow strong and tall in its warmth. For behold, my place in the sun. As days turn into nights, on the horizon comes my first storm. I become twisted and torn, but my roots are strong....
This story was very poignant. Ms. Hudson developed characters that were believable, and showed raw emotions. This book was a delight to read, and one that I had a very hard time putting down. A short novella great for an afternoon read!”
— Reviewed by Geri R. for Readers Favorite
I love writing stories about diversity. My books are factions (fiction based on fact) and they are about my urban experiences. My stories are interesting, funny, and exciting. I started writing in college, writing for the college newspaper. I was very much...