1.)   Quickly, give us the title and genre of your book and a 30-word or less tagline:

The Fashion Police, a comedy mystery novel. A missing fashion designer, crazy mobster stalkers, and a police officer on the warpath. Somehow it’s all linked to a decades-old secret. But can Amber Fox stay alive long enough to investigate?
 
2.)   Who is your favorite character and why?

I love Amber Fox. She’s feisty, larger-than-life, but with a sweet side. She gets to do things I would love to do in real life!

3.)   If you could change ONE thing about your novel, what would it be?  Why?

I’m pretty happy with the way it is. Of course I’d love everyone who read it to enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it. 

4.)   Give us one interesting fun fact about your book or series:

I originally intended to write it as a film script, but the more I thought about it, the more it turned into a novel. I’m still working on the script, so one day…

5.)   How can we contact you or find out more about your books?

My novels are available in paperback and various ebook formats. For more info, please see my website: www.sibelhodge.com

6.)   What can we expect from you in the future?

I’m working on the second Amber Fox mystery. And hopefully a few film scripts in the pipeline.

7.)   And now, before you go, how about a snippet from your book that is meant to intrigue and tantalize us:

      ‘What was Fandango like when you saw him yesterday?’

      ‘Short, hairy, and wearing a smoking jacket, can you believe that? I didn’t think they–’

      ‘Did he seem nervous or worried about anything?’ He broke in.

      ‘Why?’

      ‘I’ve heard that Fandango is nowhere to be found, and there was blood all over his office.’

      ‘Curiouser and curiouser,’ I said.

      ‘There’s one other thing that I didn’t tell you before. Fandango may be connected to the Mob. I’m trying to get some more information from my informant, but he’s gone missing too.’

      My jaw dropped. ‘The Mob, Mob? Or another unrelated, totally nice kind of Mob?’

      ‘Right the first time.’

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