Monday, March 7, 2011

There was no possibility of taking a walk that day.

Welcome to a week of celebrating one of the best novels ever written in the English language. Jane Eyre is a romance, a gothic novel, a mystery and (most importantly) the chronicle of one woman's journey through life.

A few announcements:

  • Please vote in the poll on my sidebar.The results will be announced at the end of the week.

  • I have put a linky in the sidebar so you can share your own Jane Eyre inspired posts! It is just under the poll.
  • Giveaway!
You could win this painting of Jane Eyre.

This is an 8x11" acrylic on a board (thin) canvas. Jane is wearing a blue dress with black buttons and a white lacy collar, on a light blue background. Jane's hair is a reddish tint.


Enter to win this portrait (painted by me) by doing the following:

1 entry
Comment on this post. Be sure to leave me some way of contacting you, preferably an email address. (If you're not comfortable leaving an email address, leave your blog address and I will find you there.)

Unfortunately, I can only ship to the US at this time.

I'm only allowing one entry each. Note that this post is for the giveaway only. Please don't leave your links for the event here. There is a linky on the sidebar for that.

The winner will be chosen and announced after 12:00pm (central) on Saturday, when the event officially ends. I am ending the event at noon so that I can wrap everything up on Saturday evening after it's over.

Enter to win and stay tuned for a Jane Eyre themed post this afternoon!



Elizabeth said...

The painting looks lovely! I like the color of the dress.
Here is my blog address.

Also I have a quick question about the linky Are we suppose to link up to is for each post? (I am sorry for my very silly question but I wanted to know if that was what I was suppose to do) Sorry to bother you with that!


Faith said...

How pretty! DEFINTLEY enter me!

Here is my blog URL, event though you already know it:

Thanks for hosting this!


Anonymous said... - I love your paintings, Jane. All of them. Thanks Sis!