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Chris Phillips

I am a veteran editor for friends and family as well as most of my employment positions. I often find myself reading a book and correcting problems I see even after the works have been professional published from big name publishers. I enjoy writing to the authors of books when possible and discussing problems I've seen in the reading of their work, and there is always the chance for great intelligent conversation whenever creative minds get together.
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A Texas oilfield worker is awaken from a stasis-type sleep. He finds himself in the future where man is less important and there is every indicator that an apocalypse has fallen. In the first person, Miguel, relates past memories and what happens in this bleak future.

At the age of 8 a group of boys make an oath, actually 2 of them. Then they grow up. When years have past a string of murders will bring them together and test those oaths and others.

Detective Benjamin Kramer's quest to find his long-forgotten Great-uncle Jonathan led him to a secretive attorney in Cincinnati, an esoteric monastic lover, a professional dominatrix, and a murdered temple priestess. Along the way he discovered his family's secret: his mother and her ancestors were Dionysians, members of an ancient, and supposedly defunct, fertility cult that worships Dionysos, the god of wine and ecstasy. From the attractive young monk who teaches him the secrets of Tantric sex to the professional dominatrix who shows him the whip-induced path that leads to visions of gods, Benjamin probes, questions, and discovers a hidden Alliance with immense wealth, power, and influence. When they turn to him to solve the ritualized murder of Chicago's temple prostitute, the verse from the Book of Ezekiel ("And the harlot shall be slain by the sword") is the only clue to the perpetrator. Is it a modern day Salem witch hunt or a Bacchanalian rite gone terribly wrong?

Diana and Dobbin find that another little girl, Sara, needing the help of her horse friend. They reunite Sara and her horse, saving Sara from a health emergency

Nathan/Alex is the keynote speaker at a constitutional convention for black Americans. He reconnects with his friends and still changes the world

Sara is trying to live her life normally but after her friend's near-fatal accident, she is drawn again into mystery with a new mental connection to that friend, Lisa. Then in Charleston the ghosts and secrets start coming up to disrupt the lives of these two women and their families. As they try to unravel these developments, even murder is not outside of the possibilities

Eli Rill has written a very tight historical fiction, recounting the life of Norman Schecter from the Great Depression through 911 and beyond. Norman is a 2nd generation immigrant Jew, with very liberal and very union concepts. He is an activist with a peacemaker's heart. This tale travels back and forth through Norman's life and produces a very fine read for many types of readers.

With terror in the offing, secrets from the past and hidden truths in the present clash with prejudice and hatred to provide an extraordinary thriller. GLBT issues are handled gracefully and respectfully and remain central to the plot and characters.

Jen's finally reunited with her family. Her father is King in the Rose Castle. What can be wrong? The Evil Queen still wants to rule from the Rose Castle. How can Wyndano's Cloak save the day?

God's Equal Rights Amendment

The children of Israel have spent 40 years in the desert. They are on the brink of entering the promised land. A leader of Manasseh is dying and only has daughters. His name will disappear when he dies. What will happen to his daughters?

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