Review of Twenty-One Trees by Linda Cousine

Savannah May Holladay wakes up confused and frightened in the hospital from a medical induced coma. It’s a lot for Savannah to take in all at once. Her parents look like they’ve aged over night, her best friend, Birdy, is… Read more

Crowning Glory by Stacy Harshman Book Tour Spotlight and Giveaway

Paperback: 276 pages Publisher: Andarina Publishing (June 26, 2016) Language: English ISBN-10: 0997368810 ISBN-13: 978-0997368819   ABOUT CROWNING GLORY: In this beautifully written, heartfelt, witty, and life-affirming memoir, Stacy Harshman tracks her amazing experiment. By wearing dramatic, identically styled but differently colored wigs for weeks… Read more

Review of How to Weep in Public by Jacqueline Novak

To be honest, I’m not even sure why I chose this book. Making jokes about depression? Many people might think it’s crass and insensitive (myself included). Depression is a serious matter, right? Depression is a debilitating condition that can contribute… Read more

Review of The Measure of Darkness by Liam Durcan

Martin Fallon wakes from a coma after an automobile accident only to find that he now suffers from a debilitating brain condition known as “spatial neglect syndrome”. Martin must accept that he can no longer continue life as the celebrated… Read more

Review of Still Here: How to Succeed in Life After Failing At Suicide by Andy Grant

Living in a dark, distant place can be lonely and dangerous. Many people struggle daily with depression and suicidal thoughts. Even if the thought was just that, a passing thought, and quickly went away, the danger of harming oneself still… Read more

Interview with Scott Hildreth Author of Broken People

eBook Review Gal is pleased to have had the opportunity to interview Scott Hildreth. Scott’s novel “Broken People” deals with alcoholism, eating disorders, co-dependency and several other issues. The eBook Review Gal Interview: How long did it take you to write Broken… Read more