Saturday, March 26, 2011

Book Spotlight : Hello, My Name is James by R. M. Hamilton






 

R. M. Hamilton

From the back of the book:

James Schilling is a twenty-something man trying to find his way in life. The one thing in his life is his best friend Frank.  He has his back in any situation. James wants more out of his boring ordinary life. When a situation arises at work, he decides to make more outof his current life to be someone. While searchig for his life's true calling a family issue unfolds.  He decides to track down his estranged father who had left him when he was ten years old.  James must decide tofix his past or let it be. He struggles with work, his family, and a possible new relationship at thesame time tryign to figure out where his life will lead him.  Will he find love? Can he track down the man who had left him at an early age? Most of all will James discover who he is truly meant to be in his life?



Sounds like an interesting read! Cannot wait to dig in.



About the author:





R.M. Hamilton is a lifelong resident of the Chicagoland metropolitan area. In 1994, he graduated from Fremd High School in Palatine, Illinois. R.M. has worked in the printing industry for over 15 years. He currently resides in the western suburbs of Chicago. 

R.M. realized his lifelong passion for writing, for which he has a natural creative talent, and wants to share his gift with others. R.M. wrote his debut dark fantasy novel Unscarred that was self-published in 2006. He also has written short stories and poems for anthologies and magazines. In June 2007, he won the first place prize for FOX TV's "On the Lot" for a writing contest. Hello, my name is James is his second novel and is published by Blue Planet Publishing.  R.M.'s latest release Chupacabra Visions is published by Living Dead Press.  R.M. doesn't like to stick with writing a particular genre so every book he writes will be completely different than the previous works.  He is currently working on his next book, which is a YA Fantasy, that he will submit to literary agents in order to possibly make his hobby a full time career.



5 comments:

Ruperto Prieto Jr. said...

This is the kind of book that I really like! The story is good! Gosh, James name tag with the red and white color looks exactly the same one that I had used before when I was a customer service in charge for a food industry here in the Philippines. Haha.

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

This sounds as if it could go one way or the other and be very funny or a complete disaster, so I will await your review with interest.

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Natalie, this does sound like a captivating read!

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Suko said...

Natalie, I hope this is as good as it sounds! I look forward to hearing your thoughts on it after you read it.

Alice Teh said...

Sounds very good, Natalie!