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

What are Beta Readers and Do You Need One?

If you’re an Indie author, you’ve probably had many moments where you began doubting your writing abilities. Going it alone means doing it with absolutely no guidance, advice, and some of those other perks trad authors might be fortunate enough… Read more

Why Indie Book Marketing is So Darn Difficult

Authors often struggle with book marketing. After all, they’re writers, not promoters. It’s not easy to blatantly sing the praises of our own work. It can be downright uncomfortable. If you’ve uploaded and published your book on Amazon, yet sales… Read more

Review of Story Cure by Dinty W. Moore

I’ve often said that everyone has a story to tell. Most people dream about writing their book, but many of them soon find the process to be much more difficult than they’d ever imagine. The Story Cure is described as… Read more

Why Authors Should Keep Giving Out Free Books

    Amazon recently revamped their review policy…again. Honestly, I think it was a step in the right direction, since there were many, MANY review clubs popping up all over the place. Consumers were growing far too wary of glowing,… Read more

“Don’t Give Up” Author Guest Post by Susan Barton

  “Don’t Give Up” – Author Guest Post by Susan Barton My book, Emotional Paramedics, comes in at just about two hundred pages, yet it took me almost five years to finish and finally publish it. There were several reasons… Read more