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How to Weave a Theme into your Story (TBC Writer's Toolkit Series Book 9) by Ruchira Khanna is a how-to book for writers. The author gives you ideas on how to use a theme to make your story better. Ruchira Khanna also gives you examples of some books that use themes to give you a better idea of why it is useful. She also shares her story as to how she became a writer and gives you the list of books she wrote. This book is volume 9 but it can be read as a standalone. It is a very short book, easily readable in one evening.
I thought that How to Weave a Theme into your Story by Ruchira Khanna was a very informative book. I was surprised by how short it was but it was so full of useful information that I was intrigued. I liked that she gave us examples of books that use themes to get a better idea of how the concept works. And the questions she gave us to ask ourselves made it easy to find a theme. I was a bit worried when I saw it was volume 9, but it turns out you do not have to read these books in order. I love a series like that. This book makes me want to check out the other volumes now. Ruchira Khanna also showed us how she used a theme for her books, which I thought made it easier to understand what a theme really is. If you are writing a book or thinking of writing a book, I would definitely recommend How to Weave a Theme into your Story (TBC Writer's Toolkit Series Book 9) by Ruchira Khanna. It will make your story much easier to write.