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Esther--Thank you! There is no particular decade. I looked at fashion history books across the centuries. There is a little interest right now in a TWO PRINCESSES movie, but I don't know if it will come to anything. I can't give away any details.

Lyla--I'm delighted WRITING MAGIC has been useful. Names can't be copyrighted, so Aza is yours as much as it is mine. Good luck with your writing!
# 2836 - Gail Carson Levine 11/16/2020 - 20:50 - City: - State: - Country:
Dear Ms. Levine,
I absolutely loved your book "Writing Magic" It was so inspiring. I've wanted to write books since I was 5! I would write on white paper, staple it together, and called it a book. About a year ago, I started a story called "The Lost Quest" I wrote a page and told myself "Yeck!!" It was terrible! But I saved it anyway (Even though I hadn't read your book yet). It's still on my mom's computer. (I got my own Chromebook recently) This year I began anew. My best friend (I won't say her name here, for privacy) and I were brainstorming ideas for a book when I remembered my old one. We changed the plot, popped in a villain, and called it finished. I began writing almost immediately. I called it "The Black Heart" As I was reading your blog just now, I realized one of your character's names was the same as my villain. Aza. Would it be copyright for me to keep my character's name? I've become so attached. Anyway, I just wanted to say that your books on writing were miracles for me. My new self-edited version of the book is great. (It isn't finished yet, though) Thank you, thank you , thank you.

-Lyla, 11
# 2835 - Lyla 11/16/2020 - 13:27 - City: Wewahitchka - State: Florida - Country: USA
Hello! I love all your work, I recently found out you had written so many more books then 7 year old me (14 now) thought you had, and I read all of them the second they came. they were all amazing. I love reading,and you are one of my favorite authors. I have adored your work and will keep doing so for as long as I live Thank you for all the amazing work you do! keep writing books and doing zoom calls(I would love to see you!)

# 2834 - Piper H 11/10/2020 - 23:16 - City: chicago - State: illinois - Country: USA
Hello Mrs. Levine!

I grew up listening to The Two Princesses of Bamarre and each time I heard it was almost better than the time before! My younger siblings have discovered the tapes and have been listening to them extensively! My younger sister is especially enthralled with the story and has convinced my to sew her the dress Princess Addie gets at Volyce's lair. I was wondering if you had a decade in mind while you were writing the book? I have re-read the book looking for clothing references (which I didn't realize until now the detail you went into there! Amazing!) and I have done a good deal of research. I am thinking maybe 1540's French gowns.

Thank you so much for the amazing litterary works that you have done! I have read and listened to quite a lot of your books over the years!

Oh! One more question... I have read rumors online about a Two Princesses of Bamarre movie that is in the works, is that correct or is it all just rumor? I would LOVE to see an adaptation of my favorite childhood book!

Thank you so much!

# 2833 - Esther Tubbs 11/10/2020 - 21:48 - City: Wilmington - State: DE - Country: United States
My husband set up my blog years ago. Mostly it's Word Press, but some of it is programmed by him. I don't know how to advise you, but I'm sure there's information online, and there are probably books on the subject.
# 2832 - Gail Carson Levine 11/10/2020 - 19:17 - City: - State: - Country:
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