Kind Words From Kind Folks
(what others are saying)
“If getting a book in the mail, putting your kids in front of Disney Jr., and abandoning all your deadlines is wrong, I don’t want to be right. When this little gem showed up at my doorstep, I knew I was going to take a journey with Sophie that would lead me to laugh out loud in public places and shake my head at how she weaves the smiles into profundity before you even realize you were on your way. Sophie Hudson, you’ve done it again. You’ve reminded me why I love you as a person and as a writer; quite simply, your words make us feel like we’re all your people. If that’s home, I don’t want to be anywhere else.”
bestselling author of I Will Carry You and What Women Fear and blogger at Bring the Rain
"In a world where it seems we are always pushed toward bigger, faster, and more, Sophie's words have been kind companions for me - a delightful celebration of home, faith, and connection."
Emily P. Freeman
author of Grace for the Good Girl and A Million Little Ways
"Sophie Hudson has a way of writing that brings you to tears from laughing out loud as well as putting tears in your eyes from the nostalgia of it all. I have the sudden desire to turn back time and live in Mississippi in the the 70's. You will love reading her stories of home and will simultaneously be thinking of your own home. And she manages to weave a testimony of God's grace in the middle of it all."
speaker and author of kellyskornerblog.com
"I just finished @boomama's new book, and I AM CHARMED OUTSIDE OF MY MIND. Well done, sweet friend!"
bestselling author of 7
“Sophie’s writing is that warm, worn blanket that reminds us of what’s still right in the world. It’s the candle on the nightstand, your favorite chair, a cord of logs by the fireplace. No one has to tell us how chaotic life can be, but it takes real skill to craft stories that settle our souls and fasten us back to what matters. Sophie’s accessible nature and irresistible humor draws you in from the beginning, reminding us that our dearest people and places are only a taste of what’s to come.”
Author of Wherever The River Runs and What Love Is