Phillip McCollum

Biography

Phillip McCollum hatched from the sleepy, but always interesting, Mojave desert in Southern California. He currently lives in Orange County and spends the majority of his day looking at network packets and plugging in cables.

When he's not working, his time is divided between writing fiction, writing electronic music, playing video games and spending time with his patient and lovely wife.

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Books

This member has not published any books.

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Smashwords book reviews by Phillip McCollum

  • Little Man, and the Dixon County War on Aug. 06, 2012
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    Stan Mitchell has written a hell of a debut novel. You get a good picture of the author's raw tenacity and take-no-prisoners attitude through Paul "Little Man" Zachary. A fateful chain of events turns Little Man's life around and sends him down a path for justice... With the help of some friends of course (and one not-so-friendly dude). As this is Stan's first novel, it's not without the occasional technical flaws and parts that could have been better if they were expanded/cut. A little more spit and polish by a professional editor would have only made the book better. With that being said, the ride is packed with action and if you're like me, you'll have a hard time putting it down. Oh, and the ending? It delivers, big time.
  • Sold Out on Aug. 12, 2012
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    This is Stan R. Mitchell's sophomore effort and you can tell that he's grown both as a storyteller and in his technical craft. Nick Woods is one of America's greatest snipers. He'd been sold out in the past and was being sold out again, except this time, the man behind the shadowy operation has gone too far. Nick finds himself teaming up with an unlikely ally, a newspaper reporter looking to earn his Pulitzer prize by revealing the truth behind the government conspiracy. The action is non-stop and you'll find yourself at the end of the book before you realize it. I sense that we haven't seen that last of Nick Woods. There's still so much about his past that's begging to be explored and a future that remains wide open.
  • Sold Out on Aug. 12, 2012
    star star star star
    This is Stan R. Mitchell's sophomore effort and you can tell that he's grown both as a storyteller and in his technical craft. Nick Woods is one of America's greatest snipers. He'd been sold out in the past and was being sold out again, except this time, the man behind the shadowy operation has gone too far. Nick finds himself teaming up with an unlikely ally, a newspaper reporter looking to earn his Pulitzer prize by revealing the truth behind the government conspiracy. The action is non-stop and you'll find yourself at the end of the book before you realize it. I sense that we haven't seen that last of Nick Woods. There's still so much about his past that's begging to be explored and a future that remains wide open.