Time Travel With Historical Fiction
As a child, I loved escaping into my character’s world—solving mysteries with Nancy Drew, getting into trouble like Anne from Anne of Green Gables, and diving into adventures with Enid Blyton’s Famous Five. But I never saw anyone like myself in those books. A girl with black hair and coffee-colored skin, who licked the last samosa crumb off her fingers. That’s one of the reasons I write and read historical fiction. It allows you to take a ride to another place and time, and the first rule of time travel is that you cannot change the past. But when you finish reading you may discover that the past has changed you.
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Take a look at some of my favorite fiction and non-fiction book recommendations- The Best Books To Travel Back In Time To See Historical Events Unfolding.