Every time I read a “Reader of the Month” entry, a little part of my soul dies.
Hi, my name is Jayme _____.
I’m going to save her some dignity and not print her last name on here. I did google her and lucky for us, she turned out okay. She’s an employee benefits consultant, and has three kids. And volunteers at her church’s winter carnival and founded an association for state ambassadors. Hrrrm, sounds a bit Liz Wakefield-ish, no?
I am thirteen years old and entering eighth grade. My favorite subject is English and my least favorite is math.
Math is hard, you guys!
There are several reasons why I love all the Sweet Valley books. One is that they are pretty realistic.
Sigh. [Head in hands.]
I have never been to California before, but from the specific details in the Sweet Valley books, Sweet Valley sounds just like a real place and what I’ve dreamed it to be.
Make up your mind. Is it real or did you dream it?
The Wakefields sound like a fun-loving family that anyone would want to be a part of. I feel like I know what the town of Sweet Valley and the Wakefield’s house, inside and out, look like.
So do I, Jayme, so do I. The Spanish tiles are burned into my mind.
So, in conclusion, to all of the writers and contributors of Sweet Valley books, give yourselves a pat on the back for a job well done.
Well, at least she realizes that there are ghost writers. Who would love nothing more than a condescending congrats from a thirteen year old reader. Wait, I thought there were several reasons she loved the books. What are the other ones, Jayme, WHAT ARE THE OTHER ONES?
In other news, check out my tumblog.