In the Distance There Is Light, my most controversial book, is on sale throughout the weekend.
The Lesbian Review called it ‘one of the best lesbian fiction books of 2016‘ (and even gave it the #1 spot in the list). Here’s what they had to say:
“This book is deeply emotional and pulls no punches. With a premise like this, it’s not your typical romance novel, and the exploration of grief is superb. Harper Bliss published an unreal number of books this year, and this is not only the best of that lot, but it’s her best book ever.”
Despite its contentious topic, the book has garnered more than 100 5-star reviews on Amazon US alone. Here’s one of them:
“I find this the most touching, riveting, sympathetic, and “real” of Harper’s books that I’ve read so far. In fact of anyone’s books I’ve read in years. I cried quite a bit, I’m afraid, but I smiled and nodded my head and celebrated even more. I felt so much for the characters. I love this book.”
Or this one from Amazon UK:
“I was initially a little skeptical, thinking that it would be impossible to create a relationship that I’d truly root for considering the controversial circumstances. I couldn’t have been more wrong. The story is beautiful and moving, with loveable and engaging characters. I’ve read several Harper Bliss books and although all have been brilliant, this has absolutely been my favourite so far.”
And yes, being Flemish, I’m beginning to feel really embarrassed tooting my own horn like this… and I’ve only just recovered (14 months after the book came out) from putting that story, which at the time I put my entire heart and soul into, out there. 😉
Please keep in mind that this sale will end on Tuesday evening, 5 December 2017 midnight EST.
Enjoy… a different kind of weekend (if you decide to read it immediately.) 😉