Tuesday, January 19, 2016
There weren't a lot women for a teen girl of the early 90's to look up to. Then Dana Scully came along and changed everything. Here was a confident woman, who was considered equal to her male counterpart. She was smart and challenged her partner with her intellect. I wanted to be her.
I also fell in love with the writing on the show. The long exposition heavy monologues were music to my ears. Now I have always been a writer in some form of fashion. I do recall selling speculative stories on the playground in the 3rd and 4th grade. In the 80's I found an old typewriter and spent a good couple of years writing on that. It wasn't until the X-files and my family getting a computer that I began to write in earnest.
|2nd Edition of Book 1|
My first novel was started in 1997. It had nothing to do with the paranormal but it did have a male and female FBI agents as the main characters. This novel, Red on the Run, was put aside for many years and wasn't completed until November 2014. I self published it in 2015 and was signed later that year with Evolved Publishing. They will be publishing the The Syndicate-Born Trilogy in 2016-2017. The second edition of this first book is going to be launched March 28, 2016.
A TV show I watched twenty-three years ago turned out to have a big impact on me as an adult. I couldn't be happier that in just four days I will be watching a brand new X-Files episode. Thank you Chris, Carter for making a show that made me want to believe...in me. Thank you Gillian Anderson for showing me through your character that it was okay to be confident and put myself out there.
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Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Second Edition Book Cover Reveal!
I am proud to share the cover for Red on the Run by K.M. Hodge. The second edition of the trilogy is launching March 28, 2016 and is full of new action-pact scenes. It is being published by Evolved Publishing.
...because sometimes all you can do is run.
In search of redemption from his sordid past, FBI Special Agent Alex Bailey takes on a new secret mission and partner, Katherine Mitchel. Before they are assigned their first case, Katherine uncovers damning evidence against a major crime ring, known as The Syndicate. The group, which controls the police; Congress; even the FBI, will stop at nothing to protect their interest. With his partner's life threatened, Alex secretly has her placed in the witness protection program. But there is no hiding from The Syndicate. In what becomes the most dangerous investigation of his career, Alex must ask himself how far he is willing to go to stop the Syndicate and keep Katherine safe?
Coming March 28, 2016
About the Author
K.M. Hodge grew up in Detroit, where she spent most of her free time weaving wild tales to spook her friends and family. These days, she lives in Texas with her husband and two energetic boys and once again enjoys writing tales of suspense and intrigue that keep her readers up all night. Her stories, which focus on women's issues, friendship, addiction, regrets and second chances, will stay with you long after you finish them. When she isn't writing or being an agent of social change, she reads Independent graphic novels, watches old X-files episodes, streams Detroit Tigers games and binges on Netflix with her husband. She enjoys hearing from her readers, so don't be shy about dropping her a line.
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
Please enjoy my newest letter from my letter series. This weeks letters are to Jason from Katherine and Ellie. Poor Jason is going through a hard time in his life and isn't coping well. The first book in the Syndicate-Born Series is coming out March 28th! Are you excited? I am!
Post card from San Antonio, TX
January 25, 2012
Letter from Ellie to Jason. January 31, 2012.
Thank you for the advanced reader copy of your latest book. It really loved it and said so in the reviews I posted on-line. I'm sad that the series is over, but am looking forward to the next one.
I finally got around to going through my mail and I must admit that I am a little worried about your last letter. I have enclosed a business card of a colleague of mine that might be able to help you. He is expecting a call from you. Yes, I am going to pester you until you call and make an appointment.
(Your biggest fan)