Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Author Interview – Merry Farmer @merryfarmer20

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Sometimes it’s so hard to keep at it – What keeps you going?  Simply the fact that I love writing so much I couldn’t imagine not writing.  It’s in my blood and my soul.  Yes, it gets hard sometimes, but the joy of the story is what pulls me through.

What do you hope people will take away from your writing? How will your words make them feel?  I really hope that people will be entertained by my books, that they will be carried away into a fun story that has them turning pages.  But as my writing matures, I’m also finding myself thinking a lot about how I can hit on common emotions, thinks that we have all experienced but may be having a hard time with, like bullying, loss, and starting a new life.

What’s your favorite meal?  I’m a big fan of healthy foods these days.  My favorite meal that I cook for myself is salmon with pesto, Brussels sprouts sautéed in olive oil with turmeric, and butternut squash ravioli.  Yum!

What color represents your personality the most?  Red.  It’s bright, fun, and has a lot of connotations. *wiggles eyebrows*

What movie do you love to watch?  I’m a big fan of Bollywood movies, actually.  I have a Christmas tradition of watching the Bollywood movie Devdas every Christmas.  It’s very possibly the most beautiful and most depressing movie I’ve ever seen, so of course it’s a natural for Christmas Day.


Eric Quinlan was born a cowboy and a rancher and intends to die a cowboy and a rancher. But when his ranch is in danger of failing, he travels to the wilds of London looking for a business deal to save it. What he finds there are stuffed shirts, odd manners, and a damsel in distress.

Amelia Elphick’s life is over. She may have been born a lady, but when she finds herself jilted by a lover who leaves her pregnant and refuses to marry her, she seems destined for a life on the streets. When her employer’s rough but handsome houseguest, Eric, offers to rescue her from ruin, she has no choice but to say yes, even if it means moving halfway around the world.

But Amelia finds herself saying yes to more than a ticket west. What starts with a harmless lie tangles Amelia and Eric in a web of desire and deceit that exposes passions and turns their worlds upside-down. Eric believes Amelia holds the key to saving his beloved ranch and giving him the family he always wanted, but can he save her from the demons of her past without losing himself in the process?

People do foolish things when they’re in love….

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Genre - Western Historical Romance

Rating – R

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Website http://merryfarmer.net

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