Friends with Books and Services

Violating copyright law since 8:00 AM…

Over the years that I’ve maintained this blog, I’ve met some wonderful people who I hope don’t mind my applying the moniker of friend. They’ve all made wonderful progress over their writing careers and I want those of you may not be aware of them to, well, be aware of them.

In last-name alphabetical order:

Kevin Brennan – From prescient, insightful literary fare to a captivating memoir. Oh, and he’ll edit your stuff. Something for everyone!

John Howell – Action and adventure with our terrorist-battling hero, John Cannon!

Candace Johnson – Editor extraordinaire. She’ll help you say what you want to say!

Carrie Rubin – Medical thrillers with timely social commentary are this doctor’s bag. Check them out!

Lauren Sapala – A master of nonfiction and fiction, Lauren’s words help anyone willing to read them. Meaning, you!

Jill Weatherholt – Cozy romance full of heart and conviction. Put a smile on your face!

To those not on the list, if I’ve missed linking to your works and/or services, my sincerest apologies. Let me know and I’ll gladly add a link.

Also, I’ve read some of these books and have written reviews, but I haven’t yet caught up with all of them. I’m making it a mission to do so before this year is over because I like to think we are a community that supports one another in our endeavors.

If you haven’t picked up someone’s work that you see above or looked into their services, why don’t you do me one better and make it your good deed before heading into the weekend?


15 thoughts on “Friends with Books and Services

  1. Phillip: You rock! Thanks for the free promo! ?

    1. I don’t do it enough! Hope you get at least some added exposure.

  2. I found your excellent stories and blog via Carrie Rubin. I love her work as well!

    1. Thank you, Berthold. So nice of you to say. ?

    2. Wow, I didn’t realize. That’s awesome!

  3. Thanks so much, Phillip! I’m honored to be included in this group. What a sweet Friday treat. I’ve very much enjoyed our interactions over the past few years, and I look forward to seeing your own book on Amazon (and elsewhere) some day!

    1. You’re quite welcome, Carrie. I feel like we need to meet in person someday just because we both have amazing senses of humor (and humility). 🙂

      1. Ha, yes, and we both loved to watch van Damme movies. Oh wait…should I admit that publicly? ?

  4. Thank you, Phillip. Always nice to know you see me as a friend. I feel the same. Smooch. (Maybe that was too far.)

    1. I’ll let it slide this time, John and just pretend it was sloppy wet one from Lucy or Bailey.

  5. You rock, Phillip! So thankful we met through WordPress.

    1. Me too, Jill. ?

  6. […] partly by this post by Phillip McCollum, and partly because it’s something I’ve been meaning to do for a while, here’s a […]

  7. Phillip, thank you for including me in your list—I’m honored! Yours is one of the blogs I won’t miss, and I’ve really enjoyed watching you grow as a writer through it. I hope we’ll get to work together one day!

    1. I appreciate the kind words, Candace. 🙂 I’m almost certain we will work together one day!

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.