One Writer’s Flights of Fancy (scenes from my daydreams) by Author Robert Germaux

Today we present three short vignettes, written from the quirky mind of author Robert Germaux. As a multi-genre author and retired English teacher, Germaux recently showcased his sense of humor in his essay collection Grammar Sex and Other Stuff. Readers… Read more

Author Robert Germaux Releases New Detective Novel, In the Eye

Multi-genre author, Robert Germaux, has issued the second installment of his Jeremy Barnes detective series. “In the Eye” is the follow-up to Germaux’s 2016 novel “Hard Court”.   In the Eye centers around the gripping, fast-paced case of missing woman,… Read more

Book Review of The Girl I Used to Be by Mary Torjussen

While at a conference, real estate business owner Gemma Brogan bumps into a client and agrees to go out for an innocent dinner. Gemma loves her husband Joe and would never do anything to compromise her marriage, but when she… Read more

Book Review of How to Bake a Murder by K. J. Emrick

When an unlikable bully suddenly dies after eating a pastry in Karen “Cookie” Williams’ bakery, she finds herself the center of a murder investigation. Cookie already has a ruthless businessman harassing her to sell her property, and a strange nightly… Read more

The Great American Read eBook Review Gal Book Review Catch Up

I reviewed several of the books on the PBS The Great American Read books list over on my DIY Mom Blog, but I felt the reviews should be mentioned here on the eBook Review Gal website as well. I won’t… Read more

How to Crochet Blanket Patterns: 10 Round Afghans FREE Book with Book Review

Here’s a book for the crochet enthusiast! How to Crochet Blanket Patterns: 10 Round Afghans is currently FREE on Amazon.    Included in this free eBook are patterns for: Round Baby Blankets Owl Blanket Marshmallow Blanket Ferris Wheel Blanket Round… Read more

Why I No Longer Accept Review Requests

I’ve always loved books. When I was a child, my favorite gifts were books and that love of reading has followed me through life. Reading is my happy place. Somewhere along the line, I became a book reviewer. It happened… Read more

The Evolution of the YA Genre by Lindsay Ellis with Shared Video

Since I’m a YA author, I was immediately interested in the information in this video. As part of the PBS series The Great American Read, this interactive and thoroughly entertaining video, created by videographer Lindsay Ellis, fills readers in on… Read more

Greed: An Amber Monroe Crime Thriller Book 1 by C. M. Sutter Book Review

Greed by C.M. Sutter My rating: 3 of 5 stars Amber Monroe is a young, apparently attractive, deputy with the Washburn County PD. Amber is ambitious and hopes to make detective as soon as possible. When two dead bodies show… Read more

Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston Book Review

Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston My rating: 5 of 5 stars It’s early 1900s in rural West Florida and Janie Crawford is a light-skinned African American sixteen year old when we first meet her. She lives… Read more