Welcoming the Frost Moon

Tomorrow will welcome the next Full Moon in our lunar calendar; the frost moon.

Throughout history, communities have given the full moon on each month a different name. These names are typically chosen based on the tasks undertaken during that time of the year, such as hunting, planting and harvesting.  Seasonal and weather influences are also common inspirations. Because different cultures focus on different tasks, the names given to the full moon do vary across continents. 

The full moon in November is called the Frost Moon in the UK, because that is the time of year that we tend to be visited by early morning frosts. In America, the November full moon is often called the Beaver Moon, possibly because Native Americans set beaver traps during this month, or because beavers are very active building their winter dams.

In the 12 part Canis Hall series, the eleventh (and penultimate) book, due to be released on the full moon tomorrow, is called Frost Moon. The series will conclude next month, with the publication of the final book on the night of the Cold Moon.

Pick up your copy on Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com today!


The latest news from Fenella Ashworth can be found at http://www.fenellaashworth.com.
Fenella is a British author of contemporary steamy romance for 18+. Most of her stories are available from Amazon and Kindle Unlimited. Her most popular books are ‘One Hot Wynter’s Night’, ‘To Love, Honour and…Oh Pay’ and the Daniel Lawson Series.

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