“Mollie Cox Bryan is a social media maven. She has long been my role model for staying cheerfully and informatively present in the myriad of available social media platforms. When I grow up and become social media savvy, I shall BE Mollie!” Martha Woodroof, author of Small Blessings and NPR reporter.
“Mollie Cox Bryan, in addition to being a first-rate storyteller in her own fiction, brings her plot-building skills to bear in her editing work. Chenille Books asked Mollie to do a developmental edit on a client’s memoir project, and the results were subtle and powerful. I look forward to working with her again.” Anne M Carley, CEO, Chenille Books.
“I recently used Mollie Bryan to set up a social networking presence for me in advance of a release of a new book. Mollie did an excellent job. She is fast, efficient, easy to work with, and reasonably priced. I definitely will employ Mollie again in the future.” Elaine Grant, RITA-nominated author of Roses for Chloe (and more).
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“As a freelance writer, Mollie is at the top of the list when I need a recipe article. When assigned an article, she is on time, precise, and her recipes are terrific! And I’ve requested last-minute articles, and it’s the same – quick work, on time, excellent article and recipes, and Mollie is great to work with as well. She’s helped me out of a tough spot or two!”–Jean Teller, associate editor, Grit Magazine/Ogden Publications
“I had the pleasure of working with Mollie when I was a cookbook editor at Ten Speed Press. We put together her book, Mrs. Rowe’s Restaurant Cookbook: A Lifetime of Recipes from the Shenandoah Valley. She was one of the most passionate, sincere, hard-working, and team-playing authors I met. All of those values are reflected in her writing, too. She observes and records the world around her in a beautiful, poetic way, and she is committed to telling authentic stories about people’s lives. I can’t wait to see what she does next. ” Lily Binns, Co-Executive Director, Pilolobus