Can you hear the buzzing getting louder? We are thrilled to share THE HONEY FARM by Harriet Alida Lye​ is a Barnes & Noble​ Discover Pick!

Only a few, short weeks away from publication, we’re also excited by the well-deserved praise this debut is receiving. Stop at your local bookstore on April 15th to get your hands on a copy and join the author on April 24th for her launch at the Gladstone Hotel​. Congrats, Harriet!

Pre-publication accolades:

A Quill & Quire Editor’s Pick

Selected as an April Top Ten for Loan Stars! “A creepy (in the best way) dark tale set on a remote Ontario honey farm. For fans of The Poisonwood Bible or the novels of Jane Smiley or Louise Erdrich.”

“Lye evokes gothic tropes and an aura of foreboding that recall Shirley Jackson and Daphne du Maurier by way of the tortured Catholicism of Flannery O’Connor.”
-Quill and Quire

“An aura of mystery, faintly tinged with menace, permeates Canadian author Lye’s sensuous debut novel …Lye offers an achingly lyrical excursion into a lost Eden”
-Publishers Weekly

“Each lyrical line feels like a gift left at the reader’s altar. A honey-mouthed debut ruminating on creation, possession, and faith.”
-Kirkus Reviews

The Honey Farm is a delightful and mistily enigmatic story…I am putting The Honey Farm on the 2018 longlist for a ‘Very Best!’ Book Award for fiction.”
-The Miramichi Reader

Plus an interview with the author via The Varsity: