Chris Phillips

Reviewer Chris Phillips: Chris is a veteran editor for friends and family as well as most of his employment positions.  He often finds himself reading a book and correcting problems he discovers, even after their works have been published by well-known publishers. Chris enjoys writing to authors, when possible, and discussing problems he has seen in the reading of their work. And as he states, “there is always the chance for great intelligent conversation whenever creative minds get together.”

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Author: Karen M. Bence

ISBN: 978-1-1-56315-438-6

Publisher:  Sterling House Publishers

Author: Aggie Villanueva
ISBN: 978-0-557-08654-2
Publisher: Lulu

It is a refreshing account of those events in Bible history. Villaneuva is a good writer. She handles dialog and thought very well and integrates all the elements of good story-telling into her art

Author: Julie Achterhoff
ISBN: 978-0-9822-7225-1
Publisher: All Things That Matter Press

This book is recommended for all science fiction, psychic, and end-times readers. The science and psychic portions might be hard for some to understand or accept, but they are well reasoned and evidently strongly believed in by the author

Author: Jesse Kalfel
ISBN: 978-1-4401-2775-5
Publisher: iUniverse

A very humorous look at a sometimes touchy subject

Author: Albert C. Bender
ISBN: 978-1-4327-3578-4
Publisher: Outskirts Press

This book is recommended for anyone seeking an alternative to mainstream religion without going to Eastern concepts. Students of religion and philosophy will find it also interesting

Author: Linda A. Krug
ISBN 978-1-4327-2981-3
Publisher: Outskirts Press

Author: Olive Peart
ISBN: 978-0-9823077-0-0
Publishers: Demarche Publishing

What does it feel like to be someone else? What happens if one person changed into another’s body? Peart has written a young adult novel about just that. She takes the two protagonists, Steve and Greg, through this exchange

Author: Leslee Tessmann
ISBN: 978-1932690538
Publisher: Loving Healing Press, Inc.

This book should be read by anyone and everyone. It should be a constant desktop accessory for ministers, counselors and any who want to help others with their grief and even with other life issues

Author: S. A. Alenthony
ISBN: 978-0-9819678-9-9
Publishers: Blackburnian Press

The book is highly recommended to all readers. Those interested in the religious and philosophical ideas will appreciate the wit and scything humor of the tale.

Author: Ruby Dominquez
ISBN: 978-1-4327-1782-7
Publisher: Outskirts Press

The book is highly recommended for any that can appreciate the script in this form. For all others, wait until the movie comes out. This reviewer loved the script and will watch for the release of the production with bated breathe

Authors: Tom and Michelle Grimm
ISBN: 978-0-452-28955-0
Publisher:  Penguin Group

I recommend that this be read by anyone considering the purchase of a digital camera. Professionals should keep a copy nearby for reference purposes.

Author: Ali Eteraz
ISBN: 978-0-06-156708-7

 Should be read by anyone attempting to understand Islam and Muslims in general. Students of religion or spirituality will be enlightened and entertained by this book.

Publisher: Closet Case Press

Author: Ed Griffin
ISBN: 9781425114398
Publisher: Trafford Publishing

This is a book to be read by any one with an interest in political drama, as well as those that are interested in the UN and its potential

Author: Anna Barcos
ISBN: 978-1425108281
Publisher: Trafford Publishing

Author: Thad Carhart
ISBN: 978-0-385-52977-8
Publisher: Doubleday

The plot is well-developed while maintaining integrity to history. When fictionalized there is continuity and connection with the separate plots

Authors: Mike Oulton & Ed Griffin

ISBN: 9781425150037 
Publisher: Trafford Publishing

I highly recommend this book for anyone. It would particularly be good for those interested in changing the prison system, either because they have someone incarcerated there, because they are incarcerated there, or because they see the hopelessness of the current situation

Author: Robina Williams
ISBN: 978-1-60619-183-5

This book is a great read for anyone. It opens up the mind of the reader while keeping the plot consistent. Those readers interested in Greek mythology, intermingling religious systems and in speculations about the afterlife, Heaven and spiritual beings will be very entertained by the book.

Authors: E-Merging and Fn Productions (Eds: Frank Blocker, Dana Todd, and Sydney Stone)
ISBN: 978-1442184183

This book is very appropriate for anyone that understands and enjoys theater, but also for those that have lost that joy. This collection should be included in all community theater libraries. It also gives everyone another reason to watch a play and to do so soon

Authors: Lara Starr and Lynette Shirk
ISBN: 978-1-57344-363-0

This book will help anyone trying to save money by trying to use what is already in the pantry

Chris Phillips Interviews James Mirarchi author of Dervish

Author: Jerry Bayne
ISBN: 978143245279

This reviewer recommends the book to anyone who likes spy novels, thrillers, murder mysteries and Jerry Bayne. Any reader can appreciate the craft and consistency of Bayne, though.

Chris Phillips, one of Bookpleasures' reviewers interviews Monika Mira, biologist, artist and, now, author of The Complete Hawaiian Reef Fish Coloring Book

Chris Phillips Interviews Nick Belardes Author of Random Obsessions

Chris Phillips, one of Bookpleasures' Interviews Maureen Sherbondy author of The Slow Vanishing

Author: Maureen Sherbondy
ISBN: 978-159948-186-9

This is a delicious feast of the writer’s craft. It is highly recommended for any reader. I only hope that there is much more to come from Sherbondy’s pen

Author: Nick Belardes
ISBN: 978-1-57344-360-9

If a conversation starter is needed for a party that seems to be falling flat, using the book as recommended above may save the day or at least the evening.

Author: James Mirarchi
ISBN: 978-0-557-08431-9

Dervish is a collection of poetry and a single one-act play. According to the back cover it “spins from one theme to another with the energy of an eccentric dance” and so it does

Author: Courtney J. Webb
Publisher: Kingsford Smith
ISBN: 9780646508856

Chris Phillips, one of's reviewers interviews Courtney J. Webb

Author: Monika Mira
ISBN: 978-0-9793374-0-6

This is a great book, but not really a coloring book. It could well be placed in the regular curriculum of elementary schools and used as a teaching tool about Hawaii and the undersea creatures there.

Author: Courtney J. Webb
Publisher: Kingsford Smith
ISBN: 9780646508856

Ms. Webb has taken the comic novel and made it into a slapstick humor medium

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