Review of Small Blessings by Martha Woodroof

Review of Brief Encounters with Solitary Souls by Evy Journey

Brief Encounters with Solitary Souls is a short story compilation of five open-ended stories. these include: At A Paris Café The Gypsy The Sum of a Young Life A Few Fast Heartbeats Fragrant Green Mangoes I wasn’t sure what to… Read more

Review of A Different Truth by Annette Oppenlander

Andy Olson’s parents have sent him away to Palmer Military Academy. During the turbulent late 1960s, going to a military school definitely has its drawbacks. Protests and negative public opinion about the Vietnam War are at an all-time high. Andy… Read more

Honeysuckle Holiday by Kathleen M. Jacobs Tour Stop – Book Review Share

eBook Review Gal is participating in the “Honeysuckle Holiday” by Kathleen M. Jacobs during the My Book Tour virtual book tour. Below is the book review. Lucy Moore grows up in the South during the 1960s. She lives a comfortable,… Read more

Review of The Memory of Things by Gae Polisner

Kyle Donohue is a sixteen-year-old high school student who, on the morning of September 11, 2001, is racing across the Brooklyn Bridge to get home when he spots what he thinks is a large bird. When he realizes the bird… Read more

Review of The Things We Knew by Catherine West

Lynette Carlisle has been forced to be so strong for so long and now things are beginning to collapse around her. At just twenty-four, she’s had to be the lone caretaker of her family’s crumbling estate and her father, whose… Read more

Review of The Price of Fame by Carolyne Aarsen

Sisters Alice, Louise and Jane have lovingly transformed their childhood home into the Grace Chapel Inn Bed and Breakfast in the quaint little town of Acorn Hill. The sisters enjoy their peaceful, quiet lives, although Jane, the youngest of the… 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

Review of Vinegar Girl by Anne Tyler

Vinegar Girl is a retelling of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. In this version, we meet Kate Battista, who is in her late twenties, never married and taking care of her unappreciative widowed father and teenage sister. She’s discouraged… 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