Review of Understanding Color in Photography by Bryan Peterson

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Robert Germaux Releases New Detective Novel One by One

eBook Review Gal has featured author Robert Germaux on the site before and we’re happy to have him back. Robert has just released his fifth book, “One by One” and we’re sure readers will want to add this exciting detective… Read more

Review of Summer Again by Julia Gabriel

Lucy Wyndham has a dream job, working as the marketing manager for the Chesapeake Inn in St. Caroline. When her beloved boss, John Matthew, falls ill, John’s ne’er do well son, Sterling, returns to take over the Inn. Changes are… Read more

Review of The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

Olfred is a Handmaid in what is now the Republic of Gilead. Like all Handmaids, Olfred’s sole purpose is to produce a baby for the Commander and his wife, since there are so few fertile women remaining. She’s basically a… Read more

Review of Crazy is My Superpower by AJ Mendez Brooks

Retired WWE champion AJ Mendez Brooks has written a book that is less about her WWE career and much more about her dysfunctional childhood/adolescence. Like her mother, AJ was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder at the age of eighteen. She relates… Read more

Free Reading Journal Page Printout

  If you read a lot, you might want a way to keep track of all the books you’ve read. This is a great practice to get into, since it’s interesting to go back and review your reading list. And,… Read more

Free Coloring Bookmarks

I’m going to be adding freebies to the eBook Review Gal website. What better way to kick off these freebies than with bookmarks. Kids (even big kids like me) can color these bookmarks however they like and use them in… Read more

Review of Girl in Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow

We first meet Charlotte “Charlie” Davis as an uncommunicative and angry seventeen-year-old during a stay at a mental health facility after she has a self-destructive breakdown. When her medical insurance runs out, Charlie is discharged into the care of her… Read more

Things that Annoy Historical Fiction Readers by Michael Bolan

Things that Annoy Historical Fiction Readers by Michael Bolan   I was chatting with a (historical-novel-writing) friend the other day. When I say ‘chatting’, I actually mean half listening and wearing an interested expression while she ranted. Apparently she had… Read more