Below is a sampling of awards, lists, interviews and reviews about my novels.


BuzzFeed “19 New Historical Fiction Books You Won’t Be Able To Put Down This Fall”

San Diego Union Tribune “Novel links past, present to tell stories of women” 

Mission Hills News Jill G. Hall Releases Wildest Book Yet!check out page 16-17 for the full story!

Shoutout SoCal “Meet Jill G. Hall: artist & author”

San Diego News “Local Author Explores Wild West in New Novel”

Writer’s Digest “Write With the Heart, Not the Head”

Umbrella Community New Group “How Books Can Nourish Us This Holiday Season” turn to page 3


Paper Lantern Writers “Autumn Reading”

Radio Interview! Take a listen!

Drew Schlosberg’s Spotlight on Community with Cloudcast “Educator Turned Best-Selling Author Passionate About the Arts”


New York City Big Book Award – Historical Fiction Distinguished Favorite 2018



Buzzfeed 5 Historical Fiction Reads If You Love Jane Austen



Trip Well Gal “Second Hand Style”

She Writes Press “The Happy Surprise of Finding Readers”

The Fussy Librarian “Author Q & A: Jill G. Hall”



The Silver Shoes, a novel The-Reading-Wolf

Follow Your Heart Christian Bookaholic



2016 International Book Award Finalist, Best New Fiction

August 2016 Friends of San Diego Central Library Author of the Month



Five Books I Highly Recommend, 2016 Jenny Redbug

7 Fall Fiction Reads With Strong Female Leads! BuzzFeed

Top 10 Best New Books of October 2015 The Culturalist



SD Metro Article by Jennifer Coburn, A Writer to Watch

The San Diego Union-Tribune article by John Wilkens, A coat, a key and the beginnings of a novel

La Jolla Village News and Peninsula Beacon, San Diego Community News Group article by Martin Jones Westlin, For Point Loma debut novelist, art imitates life (and vice versa)

San Diego Writers, Ink blog interview with Casey Cromwell



“The Black Velvet Coat has something for everyone looking for a little magic.” Carlene Inspired

Readers looking for a simple story will find charming elements in this blend of mystery and historical fiction.” Library Journal

“The stories of both women make you root for them and a happy ending.” Books & Life

“A great book club selection!” BookGirl

“A fun read filled with romance and intrigue!” Suclart

“It was a page turner that I just couldn’t wait to get back to and yet didn’t want to end. A deeply fulfilling read.” Nancy Lee

“For that friend who’s seen every Hitchcock film a thousand times, this book will bring her a new twist. A modern version of Hitchcock’s Vertigo, this mystical tale is a thriller in its own right.” Bustle

“Ms. Hall has written a most amazing debut novel, and I can’t wait to see what she offers us next.” Book Babble