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Hi Mrs. Levine! I was wondering where you got your inspiration to write Ella Enchanted. I know it's based off of fairy tales such as Cinderella, but there's something very unique about Ella and the struggles she faces.

Your work means so much to me and filled so much of my childhood with wonderful stories.

# 2721 - Paloma Freitas 11/25/2018 - 20:03 - City: Ashland - State: Oregon - Country: USA
Dear Ms. Levine,

I have made SO MUCH improvement in my books. I mean, I haven't written it all out YET, but I've made tremendous progress. And I thought that maybe I could share it with you and that you might share it with others, of how I got better. It all started out when me and my friend was writing a book based off of a game we've made, and then we made a mystery book. Since we have Skype, a chat app, we have decided to do Roleplay. Roleplay is when you act out a person or people, and your friend(s) respond to that. Example: Roseanne walked up to the store clerk, "Hi! I would like to find a Christmas Tree, please."
The friend would text (as if they were the clerk): The store clerk smiled warmly, "Of course, this way."
It is as simple as that! And now we have millions of rps (short for Roleplay), and some we haven't finished yet. But this made it so much easier to get a book done, and all we would have to do is just edit the roleplay to put it in book form! I mean, I haven't done any editing yet, mostly since I'm roleplaying 24 seven. Nevertheless, roleplaying made my life of writing SO much more manageable. Mostly since I have a hard time making the characters different, like having them to have completely different personalities.
# 2720 - Emily J. Watkins 11/25/2018 - 19:38 - City: reading - State: pa - Country: United States
Miranda--I'm delighted you're enjoying my books! I am continuing to write, BUT I have many more books than the ones you mentioned. Ask your school if they can get them for you. Or your public library may be able to.

Elena--Thank you! Your story sounds very promising! You can post to my blog easily. Just type right into the box below Leave a Reply. I hope to hear from you!

Natalie--Thank you! Just saying, you may enjoy the TWO PRINCESSES prequel, THE LOST KINGDOM OF BAMARRE.
# 2719 - Gail Carson Levine 11/23/2018 - 10:40 - City: - State: - Country: United States
I just stumbled upon your web page and I am so thrilled I can have a chance to write to you. I have loved your books ever since I was a child. My favorite book of all time to this day is still The Two Princesses of Bammare I love the storyline as it always reminded me of me and my sister. And I will forever remember "Step Follows Step, Home Follows Courage, Set Your Face Towards Danger, Set Your Heart on Victory" and I carry those words with me every day. Thank you for writing such fantastic books with strong female characters, I can't wait to share them with my daughter some day! Thank you again for your wonderful words!
# 2718 - Natalie 11/13/2018 - 09:28 - City: McKeesport - State: PA - Country: United States
Hi! I'm a teenage writer, and I'm working towards being an (official) creative writer and editor. I love all of your stories ("Ella Enchanted" is my favorite forever)! What are your top tips, besides what's in "Writer to Writer" and "Writing Magic"? I'm having some trouble balancing school and other activities with writing, but I've been getting better about writing more often.

Right now, I'm working on a story about a regular boy named Finn, who gets magically teleported to a fantasy world; a girl named Peren, who's secretly a spy for the leader (her father) of a rebellion against the queen; and the crew they pick up along the way (3 girls + 2 boys). Their goal is to stop the rebellion (except for Peren, who eventually gets converted). Do you think the story could go somewhere?

Also, where can I post a comment on your main blog?

Thank you!!!
# 2717 - Elena L 11/11/2018 - 20:32 - City: Ann Arbor - State: MI - Country: United States
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