Nov 26 | Hello again, Jane!

I have just received another wonderful review for All Hallows at Eyre Hall by Meike Hubert, which she has published on her original and varied blog, Hubilitious. Please make sure you check it out 🙂
I feel encouraged, satisfied, and fortunate when readers enjoy my novel, and let me know about it! Thank you Meike for reading, and taking the time to review and share your opinion.
I’m sure you’ll all enjoy reading her fresh and enthusiastic reviewing style, which is a delight to read.


Welcome again to Bookworm Wednesdays! This time, a fellow blogger kindly (Luccia from Rereading Jane Eyre) asked me whether I were inclined to read her novel, and maybe also to review it after reading. And indeed, I was.

(secretly totally freaking out – how exciting – being asked to write a review – WOW!!!)

It took me some time from finishing the book to finishing this review, but here we finally are…

In this Victorian Gothic Romance, the reader is reunited with a well-known heroine from literature, Jane Eyre. You sure remember her, from the famous novel written by Charlotte Brontë? If not, it’s about time you get acquainted. Seriously, it’s a classic you shouldn’t miss out on (also, if you haven’t tackled Jane Austen yet either, get going!). And the sequel is just as good!

In “All Hallows at Eyre Hall”, we meet Jane again about 20+ years after…

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Writer, blogger, teacher, reader and lover of words wherever they are. Author of The Eyre Hall Trilogy, the breathtaking sequel to Jane Eyre. Luccia lives in sunny Spain, but her heart's in Victorian London.

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