Author Dani Joy’s new book ‘How the Sun Fell in Love’ is a moving story of true love, its many obstacles and the price to pay to achieve it

Dani Joy has finished her new book ‘How the Sun Fell in Love’: a moving account of the price two lovers have to pay to overcome the obstacles their relationship faces.

Joy begins her story: “Once upon a time, from the beginning of time, there was the sun.

“Now the sun was big and bright and the ruler of the whole sky. It was always shining and it was always using its light to light up the sky. Then one day he saw a faint glow in the distance.

“As he moved to investigate, he saw the most beautiful thing he had ever seen before. Amidst the brightness of the sky, her face beamed and she topped her glory with her faint smile.

Published by Page Publishing, Dani Joy’s gripping tale finds the sun and the moon madly in love with each other, but the sunlight is too strong to let the moon shine and it begins to die. A friendly planet named Venus helps devise a plan to help the lovers live together, but it comes at a cost that the sun and moon must decide is worth it.

Readers who wish to discover this inspiring work can purchase “How the Sun Fell in Love” in bookstores around the world or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or media requests, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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