Review of The After House by Michael Phillip Cash

Remy Galway is a divorced mother, forced to start a new life with her six year old daughter Olivia. Remy rents an old, historic cottage in Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island. It doesn’t take long for Remy to realize she… Read more

Review of The Clancys of Queens by Tara Clancy

Writer and storyteller, Tara Clancy writes about her life growing up in Queens during the late 1980s. As a child of divorced parents, she was raised in three separate and very different home environments, yet seems to have adjusted to… Read more

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

Love and Happiness by Ben Burgess Jr Book Tour Stop Spotlight

  Paperback:240 pages Publisher:Ben Burgess Jr. (April 23, 2015) Language:English ISBN-10:0988374544 ISBN-13:978-0988374546   ABOUT “LOVE AND HAPPINESS: Karen has it all: a handsome husband, beautiful twin daughters, a lovely home and a great job. Karen also has a secret; she’s… Read more

Better Not Love Me by Dan Kolbet Book Tour Stop

    File Size: 2307 KB Print Length: 240 pages Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited Publisher: Alfe Publishing; 1 edition (October 26, 2015) Publication Date: October 26, 2015 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc. Language: English ASIN: B0177G5LQC   BOOK SYNOPSIS:   Amelia Cook never wanted to be a… Read more

Review of The Swans of Fifth Avenue by Melanie Benjamin

Life was good in 1950s America. In that time between wars, where the country flourished, television was new and women still “dressed” for lunch,  New York City was the place to see and be seen, not by the likes of… Read more

Review of The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins

Rachel’s life has become a pathetic lie. Because of her excessive drinking, her marriage has ended and now she’s lost her job. To keep her unemployment a secret from her roommate/landlady, Rachel continues with her daily train commute. The fact… Read more

Review of Coaching Dad by Fred Phillips

About the Book: In ‘Coaching Dad,’ readers get to reconsider the contention: “You can never go home again.” If you were given the chance to do it, even at the risk of screwing up the space-time continuum, would you go?… Read more

A Fearful Lie by Jean Fournier Johnson Giveaway

        eBook Review Gal is giving away 5 eBook copies (ePub, Kindle or PDF format – winner’s choice) of A Fearful Lie by Jean Fournier Johnson. This is a 5 star debut novel and is highly recommended! Read… Read more

Review and Giveaway of A Fearful Lie by Jean Fournier Johnson

eBook Review Gal is participating in the Virtual Book Tour for A Fearful Lie, by Jean Fournier Johnson on May 8th, 2015. Below is your chance to enter to win a copy of this FABULOUS debut novel! Here’s the eBook Review… Read more