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Appleby Farm – Five Fun Facts!

smarturl.it/af1To get you in the mood for the launch of the Appleby Farm series tomorrow, here are some fun facts about the story…
1. When I finished Tilly’s story in Ivy Lane, I had no idea that Freya the waitress in Shenton Road café would become the main character in my new novel!
2. I visited four farms as background research for Appleby Farm and while I was at one of them, the farm dog killed one of the hens. It was really gory and there were feathers everywhere and I had to pretend not to mind!
3. Freya’s story started when I happened to look up the meaning of the name Freya. I found that people with this name tend to be leaders rather than followers. They resent authority and are stubborn, proud and impatient. I knew instantly that there was more to her than met the eye!
4. Appleby Farm is a stand-alone series, there is no need to have read Ivy Lane. However a few of my favourite characters do make an appearance!
5. In part two of Appleby Farm, there is a scene in Paris which describes the view a window. I’m actually describing the view from the hotel overlooking the Jardin des Tuileries which I stayed in with my husband a few years ago. *Sigh*… happy times!
So there you are – some snippets about Appleby Farm which will be appearing magically onto Kindles and iPads sometime after midnight tonight. I hope you enjoy my new story and don’t forget to order your copy for 99p here!
Cathy Bramley
By Cathy Bramley

Cathy is the author of the best-selling romantic comedies Ivy Lane, Appleby farm, Conditional Love, Wickham Hall and The Plumberry School of Comfort Food. She lives in a Nottinghamshire village with her family and Pearl, the Cockerpoo. Her recent career as a full-time writer of light-hearted romantic fiction has come as somewhat of a lovely surprise after spending eighteen years running her own marketing agency. However, she has always been an avid reader, hiding her book under the duvet and reading by torchlight. Luckily her husband has now bought her a Kindle with a light, so that’s the end of all that palaver.

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