Book Review: Writer to Writer by Gail Carson Levine

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Drawn in by this cute cover and funny title I started reading Writer to Writer. I thought it was an okay book, a collection of posts from Gail Carson Levine’s blog it is very interesting to see what moves her readers.

Book Review: Writer to Writer by Gail Carson Levine


Title & Author: Writer to Writer: From Think to Ink by Gail Carson Levine
Genre: Nonfiction, Writing
Release date: December 23 2014
Series: Standalone
Publisher: HarperCollins


Gail Carson Levine shares her secrets of great writing in this companion to the popular Writing Magic.

Have you ever wanted to captivate readers with a great opening, create spectacular and fantastical creatures, make up an entire country, realize a dastardly villain, write an epic love story, or make your characters leap off the page? If you answered yes to any of these questions, Gail Carson Levine can help you achieve your goals.

Newbery Honor author Gail Carson Levine offers a behind-the-scenes take on writing and teaches you how to become a world-class author. Drawing from her popular blog, Gail answers readers’ fiction- and poetry-writing questions and dives into how to make a story come alive. If you’re interested in writing prose and poetry or just want to be a better and more rounded writer, this book will help you on your creative journey.

With her trademark humor and vast writing knowledge, Gail Carson Levine reveals the tricks of her trade, writer to writer.

Supports the Common Core State Standards

I give Writer to Writer by Gail Carson Levine four out of five hearts because I thought it was an interesting concept to publish a couple of posts from her blog answering her readers questions from the comments.

Gail Carson Levine writes very clear and funny. She uses a lot of interesting examples to show what she means during her advice and her book doesn’t feel like the dry theory that some creative writing books can be.

Because this was a collection of blog posts I found that I didn’t learn almost nothing from this book. Not because I read her blog, but just because they were things I had already found out through other books and were nothing new.

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