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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

First Impressions with KM Hodge at #ReadingIndie

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FBI Special Agent Alex Bailey takes on a new partner, Katherine Mitchel… and a new secret mission. Katherine uncovers damning evidence against a major crime ring known as The Syndicate. The group controls key members of the D.C. Metropolitan Area Police, the U.S. Congress, even the FBI, and they will stop at nothing to protect their interests. With her life on the line, Katherine is forced to put her faith in Alex as she flees from Washington D.C. and enters the Witness Protection Program. In the most dangerous investigation of his career, Alex must decide how far he is willing to go to keep Katherine safe, and to stop The Syndicate.

Let's see what kind of first impression she makes.

First time you typed “the end” or finished a book.
The first time I finished a book was in 2015. The book, Red on the Run, is the first book in my Syndicate-born Trilogy and it was awarded the Pinnacle Book Achievment Award in the Thriller category in 2016. Finishing this book was very emotional for me. It's my favorite because it's my first.

First writing award or professional milestone.
My first award was the Pinnacle Book Achievment award, but the milestone that meant the most to me was making the USA Today Bestseller list this year.

First fan interaction or positive review.
Move over Baldacci. Prepare for competition from this new author! Spellbinding - hard to put down." ~ Patrisha Ehlert

Well, dear readers, what was your first book love? ?

And there you have it, folks, KM Hodge .

USA Bestselling 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.

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