What is your latest release and what genre is it? I released Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall, book two in the Eyre Hall Trilogy, last August.
Quick description: Following Edward Rochester’s death, Jane Eyre, who has been blackmailed into marrying a man she despises, will have to cope with the return of the man she loved and lost. The secrets she has tried so hard to conceal must be disclosed, giving rise to unexpected events and shocking revelations, including murder, kidnapping, child theft, blackmail, and forbidden love, in this breathtaking family saga, which will move the action from the Yorkshire countryside, to Victorian London, and across the Atlantic Ocean to Colonial Jamaica.
Luccia Gray was born in London and now lives in the south of Spain with her husband. She has three children and three grandchildren. When she’s not reading or writing, she teaches English at an Adult Education Centre and at the Spanish National University.
What are you working on now?
I’m working on part three of the Eyre Hall Trilogy, Midsummer at Eyre Hall, which will be published in the spring.
Luccia’s reading recommendation:
I read every day, as much as possible. I usually read (and re-read) classics and contemporary fiction at the same time. I’ve just finished rereading Maria or the Wrongs of Women by Mary Wollstonecraft, and I’m in the middle of Demelza by Winston Graham, which I hadn’t read before, and am thoroughly enjoying.
The latest contemporary novels I’ve read are Midnight and Palomino Sky by Jan Ruth, a contemporary family drama set in Wales, and a romantic comedy by Lizzie Lamb, set in Scotland, Scotch on the Rocks, which has just been shortlisted for the Exeter Book Prize.