Irene Weinberg Author of They Serve Bagels in Heaven Interview

Author Irene Weinberg is taking her memoir “They Serve Bagels in Heaven” on the virtual road with My Book Tour. eBook Review Gal is participating in the tour and we’re pleased to share Irene’s author interview here! Please tell us… Read more

Review of Crazy is My Superpower by AJ Mendez Brooks

Retired WWE champion AJ Mendez Brooks has written a book that is less about her WWE career and much more about her dysfunctional childhood/adolescence. Like her mother, AJ was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder at the age of eighteen. She relates… 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 Crowning Glory by Stacy Harshman

eBook Review Gal recently hosted a stop on the Crowning Glory Book Tour and decided to go back and read Ms. Harshman’s book. Here’s the review:   How many of us have fantasized about being someone else, even if it’s… 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 Notes From a Very Small Island by Anthony Stancomb

  After the author sells his successful London art business, he and his wife Ivana (of Croatian decent) decide to make a drastic change by moving to the tiny Croatian island of Vis. They purchase a villa, and with the… Read more

Review of Strangers Have the Best Candy by Margaret Meps Schulte

Everyone has heard the warning about taking candy from strangers: Don’t do it. Strangers can be weird, devious and even downright dangerous. But is that true for all strangers? Of course not. After all, a person is only a stranger… Read more

Interview with Frank Kusy Author of Rupee Millionaires

eBook Review Gal recently had the pleasure of chatting with accomplished author, Frank Kusy. Frank has over 15 books under his belt, and available on Amazon and elsewhere. His highly popular novel, Rupee Millionaires, is a favorite among readers and has… Read more

Review of Finding Me by Michelle Knight

Finding Me is an unnerving and unforgettable memoir by Michelle Knight. In Finding Me, Michelle shares her childhood abuse, her homelessness, her kidnapping and her eventual escape from Ariel Castro. Why are some people’s lives so difficult while others’ seem to be so easy?… Read more

Interview with Judith Glynn Author of The Street or Me: A New York Story

eBook Review Gal had the pleasure of interviewing author, Judith Glynn, recently. Judith’s first novel, A Collector of Affections: Tales from a Woman’s Heart entwines cherished travel experiences and travelers’ secrets with a strong emphasis on Spain. It’s been translated into… Read more