Spotlight On: Dan O’Brien #ASOT2014




How did you get involved in the Authors Supporting Our Troops event?  

I believe I saw yet another post from some guy named Armand. Seriously though, I saw the event and immediately got in touch. This is a wonderful thing to do and much more important than any of petty pursuits of marketing.


What is your latest release and what genre is it?

Conspirators of the Lost Sock Army and the Loose Change Collection Agency: it is an illustrated fantasy story that overlaps a variety of genres.


Quick description of it.

You’re never too old to have one more adventure Brought to life by Steve Ferchaud’s vibrant drawings, this story for all ages by Dan O’Brien lets us know that it is never too late to have one more adventure.


Something unique about it.

An old man is the main protagonist and it features black-and-white sketches from Steve Ferchaud.


Links for people to buy it.


Your promo links.



Facebook Author Page:


Your short Bio.

Dan O’Brien, founder and editor-in-chief of The Northern California Perspective, has written over 20 books––including the bestselling Bitten, which was featured on Conversations Book Club’s Top 100 novels of 2012. Before starting Amalgam, he was the senior editor and marketing director for an international magazine. In addition, he has spent over a decade in the publishing industry as a freelance editor. You can learn more about his literary and publishing consulting business by visiting his website at: Contact him today to order copies of the book or have them stocked at your local bookstore. He can he reached by email at

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