#BlogTour #GuestPost #Giveaway Fox Halt Farm by Celia Moore @CeliaMooreBooks @rararesources

Today I’m excited to bring you a Q&A with Celia Moore and a giveaway (see bottom of post) but first a little about her book:

Fox Halt Farm Rachel

Title: Fox Halt Farm by Celia Moore

Date Published: 1st November 2017

Genre: Saga

Description:

Opening on a cliff edge, Billy finds herself alone and betrayed. She believes everyone and everything she loves is threatened. Richard’s world is aglow with wealth, love and unswerving family loyalty but then his perfect life crosses Billy’s. He could save Billy, her beloved dairy cows and Fox Halt Farm but this young woman isn’t in the mood to be rescued.

Nothing will stay the same. Should they trust each other? Will their secrets tear their lives apart?

Fox Halt Farm is hard to put down. The story cracks along and you are caught up in Celia Moore’s vivid storytelling from the start. If you love novels by Jill Mansell, Fiona Valpy, Lucinda Riley, Maeve Binchy and Danielle Steel you will love this novel too!

Fox Halt is just £1.99 until 12th April 2019!! You can buy your copy here: https://amzn.to/2BzrEh1

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Q&A with Celia Moore:

Q: Can you tell me a little bit about your book?

My novel is a dramatic romantic saga set over two decades. The fictional Fox Halt Farm has its warm beating heart on a small dairy farm on the edge of Dartmoor. The story starts in 1986, when Billy May is eighteen and her family farm is struggling to survive. Richard MarcFenn heads up a thriving multinational business in London. Their unexpected meeting leads to consequences for Billy and Richard, their families and their friends. This is a love story with a cast of intriguing individuals all enmeshed in each other’s lives.

Q: Where did the inspiration for Fox Halt Farm come from?

My parents sold their dairy herd when I was just four years old, and as I grew up, I witnessed many of the neighbouring farmers forced to sell up too. My novel came out of a need to reflect on my life so far, especially the bond I feel for Devon. I have worked in jobs as diverse as a chartered surveyor in London, to a climbing instructor and mountain leader in North Wales. I took my life experiences to create a sweeping saga inspired by a dream that wouldn’t go away – I saw four very different characters in a particular situation, and Fox Halt Farm was the tale of how they came to be together.

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Q: Could you describe your book in one sentence?

Fox Halt Farm is a far-reaching story of love, families, heartbreak and secrets.

Q: What is a typical writing day for you?

There isn’t a typical day for me, in the summer months, I garden full-time for customers but from late December to the end of February, I concentrate on writing. Starting at 8:30am, and stopping when I have to, often finishing at 11pm. I am passionate about my writing and become wholly engrossed in it. Every minute I can, I write. My workstation is in the kitchen so I am still part of family life.

Q: If you could recommend one book what would it be and why?

Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Ablom. It is a wonderful book emphasising to me how precious life is, and how important the people you love are. Beautifully written with heartfelt words.

Q: Who are your favourite authors?

Ann Cleeves for her characters. Maeve Binchy for her exploration of family dynamics, and Jilly Cooper mostly for the descriptions of the worlds her characters inhabit.

Q: Tell me something interesting about you?

I spent 5 wonderful months in 2002 cycling around the whole of New Zealand on the back of a tandem bike. My fellow rider lost 2 stone in weight during our trip, whereas I lost nothing, I was obviously not pedalling quite so hard!

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Q: What are you currently working on?

I am currently putting the finishing touches to Culmfield Cuckoo, the sequel to Fox Halt Farm before its release on 20th March.

About The Author:

Celia Moore (1967-now) grew up on a small farm near Exeter. She had a successful career as aFHF Celia Moore Chartered Surveyor working in the City of London before working her way back to Devon. In 2000, she left the office to start a new adventure as an outdoor instructor, teaching rock climbing and mountaineering. Today she gardens for a few lovely customers, runs and writes (accompanied at all times by a border terrier x jack russell called Tizzy). She is running the London Marathon in April 2019 for three cancer charities.

Social Media Links –

https://www.facebook.com/celiamoore.books  

https://www.instagram.com/celiascosmos/

https://www.pinterest.co.uk/celiascosmos

https://www.celiascosmos.com

https://twitter.com/CeliaMooreBooks

Giveaway to Win a £15 / $15 Amazon Gift Card (Open Internationally)

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Author: ljwrites85

Aspiring author. Mother. General procrastinator. Book Nerd.

2 thoughts on “#BlogTour #GuestPost #Giveaway Fox Halt Farm by Celia Moore @CeliaMooreBooks @rararesources”

  1. Thank you so much LJ – I very much enjoyed thinking about and answering questions for my guest post on your blog today – especially “my inspiration for writing my debut novel?”

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    1. You’re welcome! I really enjoyed reading it and I absolutely loved the pictures you included. This one of my favourite interviews to date 😁

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