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Interview with Sunayna Prasad

Interview with Sunayna Prasad, author of Life and Lessons of a Young Author.


What genre do you write and why?

Aside from my non-fiction book, I usually write children’s fantasy.

Interview with Sunayna Prasad, author of Life and Lessons of a Young Author.
Tell us a bit about your book

Here's the synopsis: 

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.

What formats is the book available in?

Paperback and e-book. I am working on having an audiobook be produced, too.

What's the best thing about being a writer?

The creativity.

Why do you think readers are going to enjoy your book?

I offer unique advice that they can benefit from, even though I’m only in my twenties.

How long did it take you to write your book?

“The Life and Lessons of a Young Author” took about two months.

Interview with Sunayna Prasad, author of Life and Lessons of a Young Author.
Who designed the cover?

A company called Damonza.

How do you research your books?

Usually through the Internet.

What are your thoughts on self-publishing verses traditional publishing?

I’ve always favored self-publishing more as you get to maintain more control and the process goes more quickly. However, you should still make sure your book is the best it can be by asking for pre-publication feedback from those you don’t know personally.

Who or what inspired you to become a writer?

My childhood imagination inspired by books I used to read then.

When you’re not writing, how do you spend your time?

Doing art and exercising.

Where can people find out more about you and your books?

On my Website or  Facebook.




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