I Was Country When Country Wasn’t Cool Author Guest Post by Tim Cagle

Author Tim Cagle is back for another visit to the eBook Review Gal website. His author interview was so interesting and well received by readers I invited him back. This time Tim is sharing an author guest post that focuses… Read more

Interview with Author and Scriptwriter Maryann Miller

I’m welcoming author and scriptwriter Maryann Miller to the eBook Review Gal website today. Not only does Maryann spend her time writing, she also loves to “play” on stage. Maryann was kind enough to allow me to interview her and… Read more

Interview with Tim Cagle Mystery Author of Unexpected Enemy and Whispers from the Silence

I’m welcoming author Tim Cagle to the eBook Review Gal website today. Tim writes legal and medical mysteries. His books include Unexpected Enemy: Ultimate Revenge and Whispers from the Silence, both available on Amazon.             … Read more

Interview with Nathalie M. L. Romer Author of Tainted Truth

Today, I’m welcoming multi-genre author Nathalie Romer to the eBook Review Gal website. Nathalie has been kind enough to allow me to interview her and she has some insightful things to share. Let’s get started! Can you please tell readers… Read more

#BookReview of The Female of the Species by Mindy McGinnis

Alex hates the world and everything in it… except animals. She likes animals. Alex’s sister was murdered and the killer was never caught. Alex is angry about that. It invades nearly every aspect of her life. Except her work at… Read more

#BookReview of The Black Coats by Colleen Oakes

Thea hasn’t been the same since her cousin and best friend, Natalie, was found murdered. She spends her days alone and angry, no longer doing any of the things she once loved so much. When she receives a mysterious invitation… Read more

#BookReview of One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus

Five teens are sent to detention for the same reason: Having cell phones in class. Each student knows it’s a setup, but the teacher isn’t buying it. When one of the students has a tragic allergy attack, the remaining teens… Read more

Book Review of A Danger to Herself and Others by Alyssa Sheinmel

Hannah suddenly finds herself institutionalized and confined to a small hospital room. She knows there must be some mistake. She’d never hurt her best friend and dorm roommate Agnes. But Agnes is in a coma and Agnes’s parents are blaming… Read more

Review of Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Fifteen-year-old Kambili is painfully shy and incredibly sheltered by her overbearing father Eugene. Kambili and her brother Jaja go through their daily lives exactly the way their father dictates that they should – complete with written daily schedules. Behind the… Read more

I Swear It Was Just Research #GuestPost by Multi-Genre #Author Robert Germaux and FREE Detective Novel

Multi-genre Indie author Robert Germaux is back with another interesting and insightful guest post. Robert is currently promoting his thrilling detective novel, Small Talk. Today (Feb. 8) is the final day of his FREE eBook download on Amazon, so please… Read more