Review of Getting Your Magic Back by Jules Gissler

Just as the very brief book description says, “Getting Your Magic Back is a kick-ass gift book about pushing forward through life’s transitions.” In fact, the one-sentence tagline doesn’t do this book the justice it deserves. I wanted to know… Read more

Review of Semi Serious by Charlotte Stone

Charlotte Stone had been a teacher for almost two decades when she decided to make a sudden and dramatic career change. After a casual conversation with her truck driver son-in-law, Charlotte spontaneously decided to go into the trucking business as… Read more

Review of Forgive Me, I Meant to Do It by Gail Carson Levine

A poetry book for kids that kids can presumably relate to. The concept: doing something wrong, apologizing for it, but not really meaning it. What I liked: Teaching kids about poetry. This book could be used as a teaching tool… Read more

Review of Idealism is an attractive flower by Oneida Morningstar Cramer

Via the brief introduction, Ms. Cramer describes the concept of her book as a combination of poetry and photography, “using the photograph as a trampoline” to bounce different elements off one another…“where taste and aroma become the drink”. I loved… Read more

What Marketing My Pain Taught Me About Myself – Guest Post by Loretta Miles Tollefson

There are many reasons why we decide to begin writing and become published authors. Quite often, it has nothing to do with money. Most of us realize we have a story to tell and we can’t wait to share it… Read more

Short Story, Flash Fiction and Poetry Corner

Short stories, flash fiction and poetry can give readers a taste of your writing style. You can attract the attention of a lot more readers with a short story than you might with a novel. Let’s be honest, people are… Read more

In Search of Home and Voices of Haiti Book Blitz

This award-winning* e-book focuses on an under-reported global crisis: statelessness. People who are stateless are not refugees, not exactly. Often they are living in their homes in a country they consider to be their own. Yet they are stateless—without the… Read more

Interview with Poet and Author Nick Federico

eBook Review Gal recently had the pleasure of chatting with up-and-coming young poet, Nick Federico. Nick has just published his debut book, Neverending Nightmare. He brings a fresh perspective to the process of writing and the use of social media… Read more

Interview with Charlotte L.R. Kane

Charlotte L R Kane is a new author whose first book, Whisper – a collection of short stories – was published for Kindle in September, 2012. Her second book, Tea Time Tales – a collection of 250 words and poetry,… Read more

Voices of Haiti by Lisa Armstrong, Kwame Dawes & Andre Lambertson

Voices of Haiti was recently named one of the best e-books of the year by the Pictures of the Year International (POYi). The e-book combines poetry, journalism, photography, and music to capture state building in Haiti.   iTunes Description: “An… Read more