When I became a teenager I was so enthralled with the Jantzen Girl, we had to drive by first thing every year coming into town. That was Daytona Beach to me. My husband and I retired to the area, and it is the same: Many rides go by to visit her.
She is missed by many. Please bring her home to Daytona Beach where she belongs. I always make a point of visiting her and taking a picture. She makes me really feel like I am at the beach.
Please let her be where she belongs — in Daytona Beach. I was so disappointed to learn that our iconic Jantzen Girl had gone away.
This beauty is truly iconic. I would love to see her return to the Boardwalk. I grew up in Palm Coast but currently reside in the area of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
One of my fondest memories is going to the Boardwalk with my parents and spending a roll of quarters at the arcade. The Jantzen Girl was always my favorite. When I return for vacations I always visit her.
Digital access or digital and print delivery. Yet, this time, entirely aware that you are pretending. Filling these unfamiliar skins should come as second nature by this point in your story.
So much so, in fact, that I read it again highly recommended. Your Rightful Home is a remarkably well-crafted story, told in such an honest and insightful voice that it stuck with me and compelled me to keep pretending long after I put it down. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Menu about bay area literary calendar ongoing readings profiles of local authors submit an event.
Feb 7 11, The Richmond Nicole McFeely You open a book, hoping to be pulled into its pages, though never expecting to find yourself woven into their fabric. Alyssa Knickerbocker , book review , fiction , flatmancrooked , identity , novella , short story , Your Rightful Home.
Please bring her back and save a piece of history and my youth. Joshlynn marked it as to-read Aug 16, If I could only use one word to describe this novella in second-person narrative, the word would be "beautiful. Christian Kiefer rated it really liked it Dec 14, Shannon marked it as to-read Sep 27,
Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. City Lights and the Cultural Services of the Consul General of France in San Francisco present Cameroonian writer Leonora Miano whose new novel, "Season of the Shadow," presents the early days of the transatlantic slave trade from the perspective of the sub-Saharan population that became its first victims: But the years soften the scar and something that was once the event that defined us becomes fodder for a casual conversation over a glass of Pinot Noir well, not for me.
I'm not woman enough to drink red wine. Alyssa Knickerbocker may be someone I grew up with, but her voice is one that cannot be denied. Her writing is both haunting and uplifting and her characters are so relatable and universal that you truly feel you're living within the story. Lydia was your neighbor, the childhood friend you spent all your time with.
Your Rightful Home - Kindle edition by Alyssa Knickerbocker. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like. Your Rightful Home has 23 ratings and 6 reviews. Gary said: This book is less than 80 pages which is the cut off line for a book to be entered onto my al.
Then a lie sends Lydia running out of your front door, after which she disappears. Are the formative powers of loss insurmountable?