It my pleasure to have you on the blog today, James.
It's nice to be here, Susan.
I have to tell you, James, that since clutter makes me cuss, I really need to read your first book, Cuss Control. But today, let's talk about your new release,Another Man's Treasure.
Is it available in print, ebook, and Kindle formats?
All of the above, through regular channels. My publisher is Post Mortem Press in Cincinnati.
How do you develop characters?
Bloggers, here's more information about James's books:
Available in bookstores and online in hard copy and ebook.
For more information visit www.AnotherMansTreasurebook.com or www.jamesvoconnor.com
What People Are Saying
“Another Man's Treasure is a delightful, engaging, fast-paced read laced with great characters and a fascinating plot. James O'Connor has crafted a treasure of a novel!”
Randye Kaye, actress and author of Ben Behind His Voices: One family’s journey from the chaos of schizophrenia to hope
“What a terrific read! O’Connor nailed it with Another Man’s Treasure. The reader is totally absorbed from the get-go, wondering what might be in the old Smith mansion and feeling the sexual tension between Ted and one of his clients.”
“James O’Connor’s debut novel is destined for the best seller lists! Engaging from the first chapter, the characters are real and the plot irresistible.”
Gary Moore, award-winning author of Hey Buddy: In Pursuit of Buddy Holly, My New Buddy John, and My Lost Decade of Music, and Playing with the Enemy: A Baseball Prodigy, World War II, and the Long Journey Home, soon to be a major motion picture
"Another Man's Treasure offers a cast of characters that, like most of us, are at once ordinary and eccentric, simple and complex, decent and deeply flawed. We are lured immediately into their web of ambiguity.”
Judith Valente, PBS-TV correspondent and co-editor of Twenty Poems to Nourish Your Soul and author of the poetry collection Discovering Moons
“Another Man’s Treasure convincingly relates how emotions deeper than passion can challenge and threaten even the most loyal and steadfast heart.”