Brontë, Juvenilia, Literature

A Tale of Two Glass Towns: A Novel

Reader, after sharing the exciting news about my publishing contract with Olympia Publishers recently, I'm now proud to present you with an image of the front cover.  How to describe the plot without giving the game away? In a nutshell, I can't. Here's hint though; part science fiction, part fantasy, and part Brontë. I hope… Continue reading A Tale of Two Glass Towns: A Novel

Brontë, Juvenilia, Literature, Reviews

Two Romantic Tales by Charlotte Brontë -Part One: The Twelve Adventurers

The origins of the Brontë juvenilia are now legendary. Patrick Brontë's gift of 12 toy soldiers to his son, Branwell, in June 1826 was the catalyst for the creation of the Brontë siblings' paracosmic world of Glass Town. Each of the surviving Brontë siblings (Charlotte, Branwell, Emily, and Anne) chose a soldier of their own,… Continue reading Two Romantic Tales by Charlotte Brontë -Part One: The Twelve Adventurers

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I’m Just Going to Write Because I Cannot Help It: Reality Versus Fantasy in Charlotte Brontë’s Roe Head Journal.

The 21st April 2019 marks the 203rd birthday of my favourite writer of all time, Charlotte Brontë.  Strong willed, fierce, determined, and incredibly talented, I am in complete awe of her. To celebrate Charlotte's birthday in 2018 I wrote a post about some of her lesser known works from her Glass Town and Angrian saga… Continue reading I’m Just Going to Write Because I Cannot Help It: Reality Versus Fantasy in Charlotte Brontë’s Roe Head Journal.