Author Guest Post by Pavle Sabic What Does China, A Children’s Book about an Otter, and Scotland have in Common? The answer: Reciprocity.

Today, I welcome author Pavle Sabic to the eBook Review Gal. Pavle has recently published a children’s book with a positive message. In Walter the Wanderer: An Otter’s Tale on a Grand and Global Scale, Walter the Wanderer teaches us how… Read more

Why I Write and Why It Matters Author Guest Post by Amy Reade

I’m welcoming mystery writer Amy Reade to the eBook Review Gal blog today. Amy is the author of eight published mystery novels, with two more novels in the works. Amy was kind enough to stop by the blog to chat… Read more

Sleeping With a Serial Killer #GuestPost by Multi-Genre #Author Robert Germaux with FREE Detective Novel

I’m joined today by multi-genre Indie author Robert Germaux. Robert is currently promoting his thrilling detective novel, Small Talk, with a FREE eBook download on Amazon today and tomorrow (Feb. 7 & 8). He’s agreed to visit the eBook Review… Read more

Author Robert Germaux Releases New Detective Novel, In the Eye

Multi-genre author, Robert Germaux, has issued the second installment of his Jeremy Barnes detective series. “In the Eye” is the follow-up to Germaux’s 2016 novel “Hard Court”.   In the Eye centers around the gripping, fast-paced case of missing woman,… Read more

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Carole P. Roman Children’s Book Author Guest Post and Book Series Giveaway

“Star Bright” By Carole P. Roman Ugh, a one star review ruins my near perfect rating of one of my books. The reviewer didn’t get it. I put too much information in or maybe it wasn’t enough. The illustrations were… 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