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Just so you know, she writes to be in charge, to tell herself a story, and to make discoveries about her feelings.
I liked the conversational manner in which Gail Carson Levine wrote the book "Writing Magic: Creating Stories that Fly".
Although WRITING MAGIC is geared towards young adults, this is the perfect helper for anyone who has ever wanted to write a book.
A great guide for beginning writers. Contains writing prompts to get you motivated.Published 25 days ago by L. Oden
The author of this fun-to-read book is well known for her excellent children's novels. Though this one was published in 2006, her advice for young writers is not out-of-date. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hope Irvin Marston
It was pretty usual. I might just have to many writing books but this one felt very juvenile in description and lessons.Published 1 month ago by Amber Farnum
Okay, and I will follow some suggestions, but overall it is written for the junior high reading level.Published 2 months ago by DocReading93
I was encouraged to order this by all the 5 star reviews. I ordered the audio version and listened to it for 2.5 hours. In hindsight, it was total and complete waste of time. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kimberley
This is a great book on writing children's book for young individuals and also adults. I have enjoyed reading this book. There are many great points for aspiring authors.Published 4 months ago by Shelly Higdon
Simple, straightforward advice. I've read a few books on how to write and they were packed full of so many rules that I was too afraid to start writing. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Brett H
I love Gail Carson Levine so naturally writing style is something younger me always wanted to imitate. This book is perfect for young writers. It's very gentle and encouraging. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jill Avery