Happy Friday, it’s time for this week’s Fun Friday Flashback
ABOUT THE TAG
Every Friday I will post a questionnaire, photos, quotes and/or a poem on a specific “topic” taking us back in time and nominate 3 bloggers, who in turn will post about that SAME topic (with their own unique spin) and nominate 3 bloggers of their own, spreading the“Fun Friday Flashback” and send them traveling through time and space.
It’s all about taking fun trips down memory lane and choosing the best way possible to travel back in time. Today’s travel through time will take you back to memorable books from childhood that will always hold a special place in your heart.
J.K. Rowling is a wonderful and inspiring author who allowed her imagination to come to life and took me on adventures I could only dream of.
Not to mention, connecting with the characters in the book and finding a part of them inside myself, especially Luna Lovegood who owned her voice no matter what others thought of her. She was a loyal friend and always looked for the silver lining in the darkest of times. She had a heart of gold and was truly creative and a wonderfully free spirit. Luna was a true ray of sunshine and a character to which I’ve been able to hold on to and refer back to in times of my own self-doubt.
Francine Pascal, also known as Jamie Suzanne
- Sweet Valley Kids
- Sweet Valley Twins
- Sweet Valley Junior High
- Sweet Valley High (The TV show spinoff Sweet Valley High)
- Sweet Valley Senior Year
- Sweet Valley University
The Sweet Life: The Serial (Sweet Valley Confidential) Hardcover –was a let down after the experience I’d had growing up the twins…but I refuse to let this one poor book in Pascal’s history with the twins negate my experience growing up with the twins.
It was a series that I grew up with from the earliest phases of my life as a young reader up through young adulthood in high school and college.
I lost my twin sister as a baby in the womb and never truly got to have that special bond with her and always felt like something was missing. Diving into life with the twins throughout their childhood up through early adulthood helped me fill the void that has always been a part of me.
Even now as an adult writing my first novel it includes a pair of identical twins who are separated by a fatal airplane accident. This was the author that had the biggest impact on my life, I literally grew up with her writing.
It was a wonderful journey with the twins throughout college, but I feel Francine Pascal did a disservice to the twins and the series with her return with Sweet Valley Confidential and later books related to the series.
There are many other wonderful books and authors that have an impact on me growing up. However, I feel these are the two that truly stuck with me.
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- Volunteer Voyagers are always welcome aboard this time machine!
I’m selecting three amazing bloggers Richa, Winnie, and Pam please check out their blogs and I promise you a wonderful discovery! Also, I open the time machine of adventure to all those who are up for a fun adventure!
Thank you for reading, I hope you enjoyed traveling back in time with me to some of my favorite books from childhood. I look forward to reading about some of your favorite books from childhood and what special meaning they hold in your heart!
What are some of your favorite books from childhood that bring back warm memories for you?
Happy Friday my friends, I hope you have a wonderful weekend!