Touching Base…

Hey there, how are you? Lots of things have been happening lately.  Some good, some horrendous.  I just want you guys to know how much I appreciate you and how much I enjoy running this blog.  I may not write articles that often, but the sentiment is there. Tomorrow, I’m going to be LIVE TWEETING […]

Review Double Feature! Appalachian Prey & Appalachian Abduction by Debbie Herbert

“Star-crossed lovers on Lavender Mountain… Danger awaits them both,” – Appalachian Prey, Novel Back Cover After her father’s murder, pregnant Lilah Tedder dreads facing deputy Harlan Sampson, her child’s secret father, who left her heartbroken.  Though she still wants him, Lilah knows his professional ambition won’t let him associate with a moonshiner’s daughter.  But when […]

ACS: Versace

As part of the BiblioGal makeover, we will be writing about various forms of entertainment that moves us, in addition to the books. Welcome to the New Age 😉 Yesterday, I sat riveted to my television for the first time in a long while.  I am, by all definitions, a COUCH POTATO.  My tastes cover […]

New Year, New Look

In the past few days, you may have noticed a few changes in BiblioGal.  A new webpage, a new logo, and a slightly different name.  These changes may make you nervous but fear not dear readers.  I am here to assure you that BiblioGal has not changed the core of what we are or what […]

Racine: Sisterhood Stories by Alison Clarke

“In a world divided by fear, hate, and prejudice, Racine embarks on a journey to discover who she really is. After a lifetime of alienation and rejection because of the colour of her skin and her Black heritage, she discovers the ultimate truth of good is wrapped up in the magic of the Story. Stories […]


Title: Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things Author: Martina McAtee      Genre: YA Paranormal Romance   Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR Blurb: 17-year-old Ember Denning has made an art of isolating herself. She prefers the dead. She spends her days skipping school in old cemeteries and her nights hiding from her alcoholic father at the funeral […]

Review: Death Know My Name by Kellie Wallace

“After the tragic drowning of her brother eighteen years ago, Aleida Fuller has lived her life communicating with the supernatural. She can see and speak to the dead, as if they were still walking the earth. Despite being welcomed in the spirit world, Aleida lives a closeted existence. Her reclusive mother refuses to accept her […]