Theme Reveal #AtoZChallenge All About #JaneEyre, Who Else?

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I took part in the AtoZ Challenge for the first time last year. There are thirty book reviews and author interviews in my April Author Spotlight. Check it out here.

This year I’ve decided to take part again with a completely different theme: Jane Eyre.

As you may have noticed, my blog is called Rereading Jane Eyre, and although there are plenty of posts about Jane Eyre, I think it would be a great idea to take advantage of this year’s April Challenge to write a post a day about my greatest literary passion: Jane Eyre.

This is what I’ll be posting about: All About Jane Eyre. Whay else could I post about for thirty days?

April  2016  
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
          1 Jane Eyre’s


2 Jane Eyre’s




4 Jane Eyre’s


5 Jane Eyre’s


6 Jane Eyre’s


7 Jane Eyre’s


8 Jane Eyre’s First Home


9 Jane Eyre’s




11 Jane Eyre’s

I First person narration

12 Jane Eyre’s


13 Jane Eyre’s


14 Jane Eyre’s School


15 Jane Eyre’s Brother-in-law


16 Jane Eyre’s




18 Jane Eyre’s


19 Jane Eyre’s


20 Jane Eyre’s


21 Jane Eyre’s


22 Jane Eyre’s


23 Jane Eyre’s

Thornfield Hall



25 Jane Eyre’s

Uncles and aunts

26 Jane Eyre’s Ward

Adele Varens

27 Jane Eyre’s


28 Jane Eyre’s Housekeeper

Mrs. Fairfax

29 Jane Eyre’s


30 Jane Eyre’s



I really wanted an excuse to write more about Jane Eyre.

Little and big things to bring readers closer to this amazing young girl, who was born an orphan, abandoned by her only family, her cruel Aunt Reed, brought up in a dismal boarding school, trained as a teacher, became a governess, fell in love with a married man, and almost died of starvation on the streets.

In spite of finding herself in this pitiable situation, she managed to recover, with the help of three siblings (who turned out to be her cousins), found employment as a teacher, inherited a fortune, and returned to the man she loved and married him.

But there’s a great deal more to Jane Eyre than meets the eye. I’ll tell you some of her secrets and hidden treasures.

I hope you enjoy finding out about Jane Eyre as much as I know I’m going to enjoy writing all these posts.

I’m also looking forward to reading all your posts.

You haven’t posted your theme reveal? Check up the rest.

You haven’t signed up yet? You’re still on time here.

It’s going to be a busy month! Enjoy  🙂 and remember…




Published by LucciaGray

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.

10 thoughts on “Theme Reveal #AtoZChallenge All About #JaneEyre, Who Else?

    1. Thank you, Noelle.💖 I think this is where I met you 2 years ago. I didn’t take part because I was new to blogging but I followed a few bloggers and you were one with your artistic posts!
      Actually it’s a survival mechanism. If I don’t plan ahead (just a month ir two!) I never get anything done😂


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