Harmony Lost should be available today as a free book on Amazon. (It’s also on Kindle Unlimited). The free promotion will last 3 days.
Harmony Lost is character based soft science fiction with a romantic subplot. Pam wakes up just outside of London in 1970 and finds herself married to a wanna be rock star. Given the setting, expect “diverse” characters, a smattering of curses and impiety and questionable life choices, but the graphic index is overall pretty low. If you enjoy the book, a review would be much appreciated! 🙂
“Harmony Lost feels a great deal like the show Life on Mars, mixed with VHI’s Behind the Music, and a little bit of Black Mirror mixed in for seasoning. Fans of any, or all three, will find themselves at home.”
If light science fiction/fantasy with a dash of humor and romance is “your thing,” you might enjoy Harmony Lost. Continue reading Harmony Lost: Now Available
Pros: Very funny, priceless witticisms.
Possible Cons: Only for those ready to suspend disbelief from a flagpole.
Valuable Lesson: Don’t stress too much over cover art.
Finding comparable works to Harmony Lost was no easy task; the tale is a mixture: a dash of Sci Fi, alternate reality, an atypical romance, a struggle to the top. Perusing Amazon’s fiction categories didn’t reveal a perfect fit.
Amusing exchanges occur in Harmony Lost, but I wasn’t thinking humor when I wrote it. So imagine my surprise when several beta readers suggested a humor category. One reader recommended Tom Holt as an author with a comparable tone. Continue reading The Portable Door by Tom Holt, A Review.