Interview with Multi-Genre Author Robert Germaux

I’m welcoming multi-genre author Robert (Bob) Germaux to the eBook Review Gal website. Robert has just released his seventh book – the last being “More Grammar Sex”, which is his follow up to “Grammar Sex: A Collection of (mostly humorous)… 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

The Description Hack: Active Sight Guest Post By Author Cal Logan

I’m welcoming author Cal Logan to the eBook Review Gal website today. Cal stopped by to chat about descriptive writing. He has some great advice to share with readers so let’s get started!     Do you struggle with writing… Read more

I Was Country When Country Wasn’t Cool Author Guest Post by Tim Cagle

Author Tim Cagle is back for another visit to the eBook Review Gal website. His author interview was so interesting and well received by readers I invited him back. This time Tim is sharing an author guest post that focuses… Read more

#BookReviews: Different Strokes for Different Folks

I became a book reviewer/book blogger almost by accident. It was a natural progression, really. I love to read. Always have. When I was a child, my most favorite gifts were books. I could spend hours with my nose stuck… Read more

What are Beta Readers and Do You Need One?

If you’re an Indie author, you’ve probably had many moments where you began doubting your writing abilities. Going it alone means doing it with absolutely no guidance, advice, and some of those other perks trad authors might be fortunate enough… Read more

One Writer’s Flights of Fancy (scenes from my daydreams) by Author Robert Germaux

Today we present three short vignettes, written from the quirky mind of author Robert Germaux. As a multi-genre author and retired English teacher, Germaux recently showcased his sense of humor in his essay collection Grammar Sex and Other Stuff. Readers… Read more

Review of Story Cure by Dinty W. Moore

I’ve often said that everyone has a story to tell. Most people dream about writing their book, but many of them soon find the process to be much more difficult than they’d ever imagine. The Story Cure is described as… Read more

“Don’t Give Up” Author Guest Post by Susan Barton

  “Don’t Give Up” – Author Guest Post by Susan Barton My book, Emotional Paramedics, comes in at just about two hundred pages, yet it took me almost five years to finish and finally publish it. There were several reasons… Read more

Review of Story Genius by Lisa Cron

Story Genius gives novelists an alternative to winging it and plotting it. Lisa Cron explains her blueprint method of drawing out the essentials of a story idea to turn it into a full-fledged novel. There’s some good advice in this… Read more