WOW! Meet K.D. Emerson, a wonderwoman and an author of Digitus 233!

Digitus Cover Dec 3I first met K.D. Emerson when I was at the crossroads of my writing career. I had just survived out of the hands of not so nice publisher and was still licking my wounds. I have to be honest, she intrigued me. The one thing that stood out in my mind about her was her endless willingness to help others. Her kindness and honesty totally blew me away!

Since that time I have discovered that there is more than meets the eye when it comes to K.D. Emerson. Today, just for fun I would like to expose some of the weird and wacky things I discovered about her. I am posting this pop quiz to see if any of you can guess the three things on this list that K.D. Emerson has NOT done in her life. I’m sure you will agree the things left on the list equal a pretty interesting life. Good luck with the guessing!

Here is a list of possible facts about K.D. Emerson. What three things are false?

a. Ridden a wild horse

b. Ridden an unicycle

c. Worked at a bank

d. Worked at a carnival

e. Got expelled from school a week before high school graduation

f. Never got expelled from school

g. Sold her first story at age eight

h. Was in a moving traffic accident with a truck that had no driver

i. Won a dance contest in high school

j. Lived at the top of a mountain with a pack of wolves

k. Her first published work was three lines long

l. Received a 5 star review from her ex-husband after they were divorced

m. Loves cotton candy

n. Acted in and directed live theatre

o. Tore the finger board off a grand piano while performing on stage

We asked K.D. Emerson if she could go back in time to when she was seven years old, what wisdom or advice would she pass on to herself?

Don’t you dare put that pen down! No matter what anyone says, no matter how impractical it might seem, don’t put the pen down because when you get older there will be people that love your style and your writing will make a difference in their lives.

I read Digitus 233 a while ago and one thing I have been dying to ask is why did you end Digitus 233 with such a horrifying cliff hanger? It made me want to scream! I sat and thought about possibilities for a long time after finishing the novel.

Well, you just hit the answer to your own question right on the head. I wanted my readers to scream out and then I wanted them to use their own imagination to come up with their own possible ending. In book two I will share my conclusion with them and then we can compare how close we came in to having the same resolution.

Please, give us a short synopsis for Digitus 233!

A group of teens are caught in a web of deceit. Will they break free of the world’s controlling power or are they doomed to die trying?

K.D. Emerson has this to say to her readers.

Thanks to all the readers of my work and for your precious input. I don’t think you realize how much it means to me. Each one of you has given me a gift with your kind words. May God bless you in every step you take and may your life be filled with that glorious peace that passes all understanding.

~What Readers are saying ~

* This book has a fascinating storyline and great characters with hidden talents. When I got to the end, I kept trying to flip to the next page before I realized it was a cliffhanger. No! I MUST know what happens next! ~ Laurie Boris

* Looking for fantastic characters and a breath-holding, heart-pounding, hair-raising edge of your seat good time? Then look no further, Digitus 233 has it all ~ Maria

* This knocked The Hunger Games right out of the running for me (and that’s one of my favorites!) ~ Dominique

* This sort of tale-spinning takes TALENT! All I’ve gotta say is this: KD – you’d better get the sequel written pretty darn quickly…!! ~ Liberty

* Digitus 233 is an excellent example of an author whose characters look and sound real, and whose behaviour – while not always exemplary – rings true to me ~ Lynette

* If you’re a teacher, this is a book that is sure to capture the interest of your entire class! If you’re a parent with a reluctant reader, I’d definitely suggest downloading this book to get him/her interested in reading! ~ Anne

K.D. you are the owner of Master Koda Select Publishing, LLC. Is it the first business you have ever owned?

*Laughter* Nooo. I was just a kid of six or seven when I first ventured into the land of entrepreneurial adventures. I was always hunting around for something to sell. One summer it was candy out of the back of a little red wagon (my venture into door to door sales), one summer it was a carnival in my back yard, one summer I gathered all the neighborhood kids and made them memorize lines and dress in ridiculous costumes and we charged all the adults to suffer through our off-off-off-Broadway plays. The one on-going business I had was selling my stories on the playground at school, so I guess I was an indie publisher way back before it was popular.

images-1About K.D. Emerson:

K.D. Emerson loves writing thought provoking and action filled stories that bring her readers back for more. Although her writings deal with the evils of the world, she dishes out healthy doses of laughter and fun along the way.

K.D. spends her free time wrangling wild horses, rafting down the Amazon, hang gliding on a toothpick and when she’s awake you will find her working on her next adventure or assisting other authors in creating their dreams.

Author blog: http://digitus233.com/category/blog/ Publisher Website: http://masterkodaselectpublishing.com/

Connect with her on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kimmutch.emerson

Twitter connection: @MstrKoda Amazon Author Page: http://www.amazon.com/K.D.-Emerson/e/B00AV1L0HU/

 

Oh, and if you haven’t already read Digitus 233, run to the store and get it now! It’s definitely a must read!

Cheers!

Jen

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About jenniferloiske

Jennifer Loiske lives in Finland in Naantali, which is a small sunny town on the southwest coast. She is a pre-school teacher by profession but she stayed at home when her youngest daughter suffered brain fever, which developed severe epilepsy in 2004. She is a workaholic Teen/Young Adult author, who loves dark fantasy, teen movies, chips and candies and warm sunny days. She’s also very keen on charity work and a big part of her royalties goes to the charity; mainly to help families with epileptic children but also to the epilepsy units in the hospitals. As a huge fan of dark novels Jennifer's bookshelf is full of books from L.J. Smith, Alyson Noel, Stephanie Meyer, Chloe Neill, Michelle Rowen, Jennifer L. Armentrout, Amanda Hocking and Lauren Kate. She’s also a huge fan of music from Evanescence, Linkin Park, Within Temptation, OneRepublic and Disturbed. But her hunger for music is endless and depend on what mood she’s in or what kind of book she’s working on. She can be pretty much an omnivore when it comes to music.
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8 Responses to WOW! Meet K.D. Emerson, a wonderwoman and an author of Digitus 233!

  1. I so reckon she was up that mountain with those wolves offering pink candy 🙂

  2. KD Emerson says:

    Jennifer, thank you for this spotlight. I am so grateful to you and I am glad we met when we did. I hate to think of anyone feeling alone and in pain!

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