Phillip J. Boucher
Phillip J. Boucher is a freelance writer and author who is now writing fantasy fiction. He is the author of the trade books “Slot Machines: Fun Machines or Tax Machines” and “The Complete Guide to Canada’s General Mobile Radio Service”. He is also a long-time columnist for The Canadian Amateur magazine. His column, Fresh On The Air, helps new Amateur Radio operators get the most fun out of the hobby. He is currently working on several non-fiction works such as a book on slot machine addiction, a book on radical customer service, and books on two-way radio.
Previous publications include an article on tea for Chatelaine, a newsletter for Bell Canada, local retail and entertainment reviews for Casino News and Entertainment Niagara, and has recently completed the website copy for AvionLighting.com.
Phillip has had three of his fantasy short stories published by Necrology Shorts: Dragonstoen: An Amulet for a Prince, The Tower of Eletal, and Disturbance Call at the Fairy Bar. His fourth short story, a horror entitled Essence of Gargoyle, is pending publication with Necrology Shorts. He has also completed two fantasy novels and is working on two more, as well as several more short stories.
Phillip lives in Ontario, Canada with his wife, three dogs, and all the dragons, knights, fairies, gargoyles, and other magickal creatures that live in his head and keep the voices at bay.
Where to find Phillip J. Boucher online
How to Get Great Customer Service
by Phillip J. Boucher
How to Get Great Customer Service is a book that every consumer can benefit from. The companies we buy from and the employees we deal with are not the only people in the customer service equation. By understanding great customer service concepts and practicing the skills presented in this book, you will consistently get yourself great customer service.
The Complete Guide to Canada's General Mobile Radio Service
by Phillip J. Boucher
Canada's General Mobile Radio Service, or GMRS, is a licence and fee free short-range two-way radio service that can supplement or substitute for costly cellular, pager, or other such wireless services. GMRS is perfect for business and industry, retail and hospitality, public service, and all types of personal uses where communications is required for those separated by short distances.
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