This post is about the inspiration and publication journey of Ghost Wife a Contemporary Gothic romance by Luccia Gray, published in July 2022.
Tag Archives: Jean Rhys
#WWWBlogs ‘Why I wrote The Eyre Hall Trilogy, a Sequel to #JaneEyre’ Part 2 #HistoricalFiction
In my previous post I wrote about my inspiration and reasons for writing The Eyre Hall Trilogy and why Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte needed a sequel, which would incorporate the themes and characters in Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys, and take the story one step further into the next generation, twenty-two years later.Continue reading “#WWWBlogs ‘Why I wrote The Eyre Hall Trilogy, a Sequel to #JaneEyre’ Part 2 #HistoricalFiction”
#WWWBlogs ‘Why I wrote a sequel to #JaneEyre’ Part I #HistoricalFiction ‘All Hallows at Eyre Hall’
Seven years ago, in 2013, I started writing The Eyre Hall trilogy, which took me four years to complete. Book One, All Hallows at Eyre Hall takes up the story of Jane Eyre twenty-two years after her marriage, while Rochester is on his deathbed, and we find out what has been happening at Eyre Hall,Continue reading “#WWWBlogs ‘Why I wrote a sequel to #JaneEyre’ Part I #HistoricalFiction ‘All Hallows at Eyre Hall’”
Letter P #AtoZChallenge #JaneEyre the Prequel
This post is part of this year’s April Challenge to write a post a day. I’ve chosen to write about my greatest literary passion: Jane Eyre. I’m going to tell you about the Prequel to Jane Eyre written almost a century after Jane Eyre was published. Wide Sargasso Sea, the Prequel to Jane Eyre AlthoughContinue reading “Letter P #AtoZChallenge #JaneEyre the Prequel”
Is Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall a Standalone #Novel or The Second Volume of a Trilogy?
I’d like to start by answering a previous question. Many people ask me if it’s necessary to have read Jane Eyre or Wide Sargasso Sea before reading the novels in the Eyre Hall Trilogy, and I always tell them it isn’t necessary. It’s true that some of the characters in my novels originally appeared inContinue reading “Is Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall a Standalone #Novel or The Second Volume of a Trilogy?”
Richard Mason: The Villain in Jane Eyre, Wide Sargasso Sea, and The Eyre Hall Series
Richard Mason is a fascinating character, created by Charlotte Bronte, for her novel Jane Eyre, and taken up a century later in the prequel written by Jean Rhys, Wide Sargasso Sea. Mason reappears in All Hallows at Eyre Hall, the sequel to both Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea, as one of the main characters. Continue reading “Richard Mason: The Villain in Jane Eyre, Wide Sargasso Sea, and The Eyre Hall Series”