The latest literary offering from H. Victoria Hargro Atkerson is now available.
The joys and sorrows, inflicted on an African princess and a member of her royal guard, unfold in this literary pictorial that immerses the reader in the horrors of the Atlantic slave trade.
Captured by slavers, who refused to acknowledge her humanity experience, these two tribal leaders face the shock of enslavement and the loss of personal freedom in a strange world where the color of their skin dictates their existence and their destinies.
This adventurous story faces the horrors of human slave trafficking, the deepest cravings of passion, and the unyielding instinct to be free. This saga ends, demonstrating self-pride and determination despite unrelenting human suffering, paying homage to the human spirit.
H. Victoria Hargro Atkerson writes inspiring romantic stories based on historical events.
H. Victoria Hargro Atkerson is an imaginative and masterful storyteller who enjoys the creative process so much that she spends eight to ten hours a day perfecting her skills. She lives between the words, sentences, paragraphs, and pages of her many stories.
Born in Atlanta, Georgia in a large close-knit family,
she listened to her elders weave words into colorful, imaginative stories. It is a tradition that continues today as she sits around the family table telling stories of recent and past family histories. Her novel, Buttermilk Bottom, incorporates a series of family stories, neighborhood folklore, and plain old gossip… All the elements of a great story. Her most recent novel "Enslaved" is now available on Kindle.Full Biography
Not only is Buttermilk Bottom a "real" place, but it brings back so many childhood memories. I also know the author, H. Victoria Atkerson. She attended my high school, and her sister and I were close homeroom friends. I am very pleased to rate this book as a favorite and hope to read more from Victoria in the future.
-“Walking Among The Kudzu is a good read, very interesting. I really enjoyed this book. I agree with Carpenter, the book is a great page turner.”
“Victoria, you are a fabulous storyteller and writer. This book is more than marvelous and I am enjoying reading it.
“Yes, I can smell Mr. A. (Smile). My journey will begin again with Jessica and her sons in Part II. Oh, oh, again with “Mr. A.” This story is like medicine to me.”
-“Your style flows smoothly and it’s a pleasure reading your narrations and dialogues.”