Monday, August 13, 2018

Blog Tour and Review: The Life and Lessons of a Young Author by Sunayna Prasad

Book Details:

Book Title: The Life and Lessons of a Young Author by Sunayna Prasad
Category: YA Non-fiction, 19 pages
Genre: Writing
Publisher: Amazon KDP
Release date: Sept 1, 2018
Format available for review: ebook (PDF)
Tour dates: Aug 13 to 31, 2018
Content Rating: G

Book Description:

Whether you are young or old, The Life and Lessons of a Young Author can offer those who dream of finding the right path in the world of writing and publishing. Sunayna Prasad shares her experience as a young author and discusses what went well for her and what she suggests to those who long for success.

Talking about her life as a published writer, Sunayna Prasad teaches you the rules of the writing craft and the standards of the publishing world, as well as additional tips and tricks. The Life and Lessons of a Young Author can help you choose your own writing and publishing paths.

To read reviews, please visit Sunayna Prasad's page on iRead book Tours.

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Meet the Author:

Sunayna Prasad has been writing since she was six. She continues to write fiction and non-fiction today and has even won a Pacific Book-Review award. She lives in New York, and when not writing, likes to create art and cook.

Connect with Sunayna: Website ~ Facebook

My Review: 

The Life and Lessons of a Young Author gives a reader a glimpse into what has worked and what has not worked for Sunayna Prada as a published author. She is quite honest with her journey. She breaks the book down into eight sections. Which include:
The Beginning: She tells how she became an author and learns how to get started.
Starting Over: She learns how to take criticism and how to receive feedback, whether positive or negative.
Taking Writing Seriously: She informs what she did with the criticism and feedback.
The Second Publishung Experience: She focuses a lot on sales and reviews.
The Struggles of Sewueks: She gives some important guidelines and tips on what writing a sequel of previously published books.
Two Books in Obe Series: She is honest about her struggles with writing and editing books of a series.
The Trouble with Brainstorming: She informs what she has gone through for the first draft of her stories.
Hanging in There: To me, this is the most important section of the whole book. She has the  Best advice for any writer to learn, including how to grow a Fanbase.

I think all authors, especially those starting out, would benefit reading The Life and Lessons of a Young Author.  Published authors would understand the struggles described. Even readers would gain the knowledge of what a writer goes through to get books in their hands. I personally now have a great better understanding and and admiration for all writers who work so hard to help grow my passion of reading.

I give The Life and Lessons of a Young Author four stars. I would recommend this short but informative read.

I received this book from the author. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.

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