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

06:30:00 Jo Linsdell 18 Comments


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


Disclosure: I got sent a free copy of this book for review via I Read Books Tours.


Book Review: The Life and Lessons of a Young Author by Sunayna Prasad
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.





18 comments:

  1. Adding to the tbr. Thanks for sharing the book with us

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  2. Interesting :) The only writing craft book I have read is Stephen King's On Writing. I will be adding this one to my TBR to check out soon. Thanks for the recommendation!

    Megan - Ginger Mom and the Kindle Quest

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    1. I've read lots of books on the craft of writing, many much better than this one. That said, this one was quite unique in that it was more of a diary of the journey than a typical non fiction how to type.

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  3. I think what I need most are grammar lessons ;)

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    1. Me too. There's always something that slips through. Luckily there are sites like Grammarly and the Hemingway app to help out ;)

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  4. I'll have to look into this. I have been wanting to write a book for a long time now but haven't really been able to push myself.

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    1. Maybe you could take part in NaNoWriMo? It's a great way to get the first draft written. You can edit anything but a blank page ;)

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  5. I love books on writing like this! I definitely should check this out.

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    1. I love books about writing too. They can really help to motivate me to get more words down on paper.

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  6. I really have not interest in writing a book but I am quite interested in learning about the journey to publication.

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    1. Then this would be a good book for you. It's not a typical how to book, but more of a diary of the journey to publication and the mistakes she made/lessons she learnt along the way.

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  7. I am not a writer, but the thought does entertain from time to time. I already have a title of a book I would write, but no plot ;)

    That's a start right?! ;)

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    1. A lot of my own books started out as title ideas, or just one character idea. It's amazing where you can end up if you just start ;) I never plot that much when writing my first drafts as my character always tend to take over anyway.

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  8. I’ve always wanted to write a novel but never could finish lol

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    1. Finishing is the hard part. I have several manuscripts that need finishing at the moment that prove just that. I think my biggest problem is that I have fun writing the first draft, but hate editing. The struggle is real.

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  9. Never heard of the book before. I love books like this. Great review.

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    1. Thanks. Glad you enjoyed the review :)

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