I now present … The Reading Recommendations All-Star Authors!!

When Authors sign on with me to promote themselves and their work on my blog, they agree to this sentence in my description of the site:

In exchange for this free listing, I request all authors reciprocate by promoting Reading Recommendations, their fellow authors listed on the site, and me and my work, as much as possible.

Ten out of the 168 Authors I’ve promoted here on Reading Recommendations have more than lived up to this agreement by not only sharing and retweeting their own promotions, but by sending me new authors to promote, liking, reblogging, sharing and retweeting other Authors’ posts and promotions, commenting on my blogs, engaging with me and other RR Authors on Facebook, Twitter, etc., reading and reviewing my books, promoting and interviewing me on their blogs, reading and recommending books written by their fellow RR Authors, and just being generally all-round congenial people who understand the value of this writing community I’ve created and how important it is to support one another.

So I’d like to take the opportunity now to give these Reading Recommendations All-Stars an extra shout-out, to let my blog readers know just how valuable these Authors have become to me and to their colleagues, and to show them how much I have appreciated their support over this past year. Please check out their links, buy and read their books, and give them a bit of reciprocal promotion – They deserve it!!

(Alphabetical list and all links lead you to their Reading Recommendations promotions.)

Tim Baker
Tricia Drammeh
Michael Fay
Seumas Gallacher
Rebecca Heishman
Allan Hudson
J.P. McLean
S.K. Nicholls
David Prosser
Lockie Young

Thanks to my All-Stars! After all, I get by With a Little Help From My Friends

David Prosser

As well as being an author, David Prosser is also a blogger who promotes his fellow authors … and that is how I “met” him when he interviewed me on his barsetshirediaries blog site. I have since read his delightful My Barsetshire Diary, The Daily Events of the Gentry Recorded for Posterity and enjoyed it immensely. So it is with great pleasure that I now present to you David Prosser, Lord of the Manor of Bouldnor!

mike2newDavid Prosser

What is your latest release and what genre is it?
Tall Animal Tales for Toddlers and Up

Quick description: A book of silly animal related poems to hopefully provide a smile for reader and the child being read to.

Tall Tales

Brief biography:
Since retiring early on health grounds, I became the most social hermit in the world via the internet. Not easily able to communicate directly with people, a joke diary entry caused my wife and an internet editor friend to push me to write a book in the same vein. Life can begin at 60.


Links to buy David’s book:
Amazon Kindle
Amazon US – paperback
Amazon UK – paperback

Amazon’s Author page with links to all books

David’s promo links:
barsetshirediaries Website
Buthidars Website

What are you working on now?
Since my wife died only last year I’ve not been working on anything but the websites, a weekly Blog on one and trying to develop a movement for peace on the other.

David’s reading recommendation:
I’ve actually been re-reading some old Terry Brooks books. If you add in a Sue Grafton or a Harlan Coben you’re looking at a very happy man.