Marilyn A. Hudson has had over a hundred articles published, authors several blogs, and is the author of "The Bones of Summer: A Collection of Chilling Tales"; 'Elephant Hips Are Expensive', "One Night Club and a Mule Barn', 'Those Pesky Verses of Paul' "Noel Brooks: a Life Shining and Burning" and 'When Death Rode the Rails'.
She is also co-author of the action packed horror novel, "The Mound" (2011) set in a mythic eastern Oklahoma town. She is working on her first solo novel of suspense for release in 2014.
She has been writing for years in diverse fields blending her training and interests in history, storytelling, and writing. An eclectic reader her influences are diverse but she enjoys the work of ancient writers to Emily Loring, Barbara Michaels, and Dean Koontz. Her works include both fiction and non-fiction.
Born in Kansas, she migrated to Oklahoma and currently resides in Norman, Oklahoma.