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Usually I tend to just start writing with an idea that I have and then I figure out the main part of the story once I know what is going on with what I am writing and so-forth. 308 more words


A Word, A Book, Day 11. (Popcorn)

Inkheart by Cornelia Funke is a beautifully written story that tells the tale of a young girl and her father’s enchanting voice that takes down the barrier between the fictional world and reality. 213 more words

A Word A Book (July)

#BookADayUK: Most Irritating Character in a Novel

In June the Borough Press encouraged everyone to tweet a book a day to celebrate Independent Booksellers Week. It was so popular that Doubleday Books UK have decided to keep it going through July. 84 more words


Book Review: Inkheart

Inkheart By: Cornelia Funke
Age group: kids

Opinion: Great, but slow read. It took me a whole two weeks to read. 

Mo, Meggie’s dad can read things(people, gold, etc.)out of books , but he can’t control when, where, or who. 83 more words


Book List: The Best of Transmedia & Alternate Format Storytelling

Books are amazing in the way that they can create a whole world using nothing but words. That being said, there is also something to be said for transmedia storytelling. 1,166 more words

Book Lists

Inkheart: Review

Author: Cornelia Funke

Publisher: Chicken House

Summary: Twelve-year-old Meggie learns that her father, who repairs and binds books for a living, can “read” fictional characters to life when one of those characters abducts them and tries to force him into service. 492 more words


Day 24: A Book That You Wish More People Would’ve Read

Title: Inkheart 
Author: Cornelia Funke
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
Publication Date: September 23, 2003


12 year-old Meggie lives with her father, Mortimer, a bookbinder.

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