Sadly, I have been neglecting my blog. Personally, I blame it on this craft and form thesis. I don't even have a teaser Tuesday post because I am too busy focusing on getting this technical part of my degree, out of the way. (Although I must admit that I have been avoiding Teaser Tuesday anyway). Having said so, there is some good that is coming out of this whole craft and form business. There are some classics that I still have not read but would like to. One of those classics was Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. Since my topic will be covering heroines, why not start with the most notable. My cousin told me when I was much younger, that this was her favorite book. I wondered why, but after reading the novel, I see it! It has everything. There's mystery, romance, betrayal, excitement, even a bit of a creep factor. I absolutely love the novel now, and I highly recommend it.
Welcome! Racquel Henry is a Trinidadian writer who resides in Orlando, FL. She earned an MFA in Creative Writing from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Racquel is a part-time English professor, the founder of the writing center, Writer's Atelier and is also the co-founder and co-editor of Black Fox Literary Magazine.