The Children of Mother Glory

Extraordinary and gorgeous. A profoundly good novel. Wise, deeply intelligent, beautiful in the concept and exceptional in the writing.

— Katherine V. Forrest, Lambda award-winning author

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"Probing and Powerful."
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The Children of Mother Glory deserves the distinction of being called a Great Read/Must Read.”
— MyQmunity

"Harris deftly explores each character’s methods of handling the life he or she has been dealt, revealing how inexorably dogma and rigidity roll down the generations." Lavender Magazine

"The Children of Mother Glory is a riveting tale that sends its message well." Midwest Book Review

"A gracefully written, multigenerational story."
Pioneer Press

"A well-crafted story about characters in a changing world forging ahead in an insecure but feisty fashion." Historical Novel Review Magazine

“..a great read. From beginning to end, I was completely involved in the stories…I highly recommend this book. I found the entire work interesting, different, and very well written.”
Lesbian Fiction Reviews

"A book that will live in your mind a long time after you've read the last sentence.”
— Jim Duggins, PhD, Saints & Sinners Hall of Fame

“This very American novel made my heart pang for our mixed up, diverse and complicated country.”
—Amy Dawson Robertson, author of Miles To Go

“Wow, did I love this book. Completely engrossing. I just wanted more. I loved the world, the people, complexities, desires and resolutions."
— Mary Logue, author of the Claire Watkins mystery series

“A deft plumbing of emotions.”
—Jonathan Odell, author of The View from Delphi

“A very merciful book with tremendous thrust. Just wonderful."
—Mary Gardner, author of the award-winning Boat People

“... a rich, soul-satisfying read."
— Katherine V. Forrest, author of Curious Wine