Top 5 Ways Authors Lose Social Media Followers

There’s no denying that social media has become overwhelmingly beneficial for anyone looking to brand themselves. That includes authors. In my opinion, all authors should be using social media as a marketing tool. If you’re not sharing your content on… Read more

31 Days of FREE Book Marketing Tasks for Authors

Book marketing is much more manageable if you challenge yourself every day to try at least one new thing to market your book. Sitting around, waiting for readers to first find, read and review your book is a waste of… Read more

Book Review of The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

The Woman in Cabin 10 begins with Laura (Lo for short) Blacklock cowering in her bedroom. Someone has broken into her apartment and Lo immediately assumes the worst. Luckily, the assailant is just there to accidentally slam the door into… Read more

I Draw the Line at Pigs Feet Author Guest Post by Robert Germaux

As anyone who knows me will attest, by far the smartest thing I’ve ever done was to convince Cynthia Ann Miller to marry me. Cynthia’s been good for me in any number of ways, not least of which involves my… Read more

Interview with Multi-Genre Author Robert Germaux

I’m welcoming multi-genre author Robert (Bob) Germaux to the eBook Review Gal website. Robert has just released his seventh book – the last being “More Grammar Sex”, which is his follow up to “Grammar Sex: A Collection of (mostly humorous)… Read more

The SOS Group That Saved Me Author Guest Post by Maíra Rayanne

Today’s Author Guest Post is a little different than most posts I share on the eBook Review Gal. It’s also a beneficial and timely topic. Author Maira Rayanne talks about Suicide Support Groups – Specifically how the Survivors of Suicide… Read more

Author Guest Post by Pavle Sabic What Does China, A Children’s Book about an Otter, and Scotland have in Common? The answer: Reciprocity.

Today, I welcome author Pavle Sabic to the eBook Review Gal. Pavle has recently published a children’s book with a positive message. In Walter the Wanderer: An Otter’s Tale on a Grand and Global Scale, Walter the Wanderer teaches us how… Read more

Why I Write and Why It Matters Author Guest Post by Amy Reade

I’m welcoming mystery writer Amy Reade to the eBook Review Gal blog today. Amy is the author of eight published mystery novels, with two more novels in the works. Amy was kind enough to stop by the blog to chat… Read more

The Description Hack: Active Sight Guest Post By Author Cal Logan

I’m welcoming author Cal Logan to the eBook Review Gal website today. Cal stopped by to chat about descriptive writing. He has some great advice to share with readers so let’s get started!     Do you struggle with writing… Read more

Jakita Author Guest Post by Romance Novelist Leslie Hachtel

Hi everyone! Thanks so much for visiting the eBook Review Gal website. Today I’m welcoming romance novelist Leslie Hachtel. Leslie has over a dozen romance novels under her belt. When I invited her to join me on my website, I… Read more