Which One Should Be Used?
'From someone' is used to show who sent or gave something to another. Have a look:
This is a gift
The bill is
When we want to say who created something. It can be the writer of a book, a music composer, a film producer, etc. Have a look:
The Shadow and Bone trilogy are written
I was watching a movie
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