Diane Fendrock-McFarlane’s New Book ‘Back in My Day’ is a charming tale of the ways in which times and expectations have changed since the author’s childhood

WILKES-BARRE, Pa. - October 27, 2022 - (Newswire.com)

Fulton Books author Diane Fendrock-McFarlane, a school counselor for the Wilkes-Barre Area School District who graduated from Wilkes University and the University of Scranton, has completed her most recent book "Back in My Day": an engaging tale that takes a look back at the ways in which times have changed, and imagines what things might be like in the future.

"'Back in My Day' is a realization that, as an adult, you are turning into your parents!" shares Fendrock-McFarlane. "When you finally realize that you are referring back to the days when life seemed a little more challenging and share your younger experiences with children, there is no turning back. Children tend to laugh at the extremes that adults went through in their younger days…and how we could have barely made it to adulthood. Share these whimsical stories with the younger generation and challenge them to think of what they will tell children when they finally refer to their younger days and remember…'Back in my day.'"

Published by Fulton Books, Diane Fendrock-McFarlane's book is an incredible look back in time when technology and times were much simpler and will fill older readers with nostalgia for a bygone era, while inspiring younger readers to appreciate the ways in which their lives have been made easier.

Readers who wish to experience this adorable work can purchase "Back in My Day" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.

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