Thursday, August 23, 2018



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.

Book Details:

Title: The Life and Lessons of a Young Author

Author: Sunayna Prasad

Genre: Teen & Young Adult; Publishing

Publisher: Amazon KDP (July 16, 2018)

Page count: 34
On tour with: iRead Book Tours


A few of your favorite things: Adobe Photoshop, Simpsons DVDs, and my car with safety features.
Things you need to throw out: Old magazines and my 2011 Mac Book Pro.

Easiest thing about being a writer: Having fun with your story.
Hardest thing about being a writer: Natural-sounding dialogue and clear writing

Things you love about where you live: Control over what we want and a big yard.
Things that make you want to move: Last priority for power return in storms and having a narrow road.

Words that describe you: Creative, fun, enthusiastic.
Words that describe you but you wish they didn’t: Forgettable, emotionally-sensitive.

Favorite beverage: Unsweetened iced tea.

Something that gives you a pickle face: Beer.

Favorite smell: Cinnamon-sugar.

Something that makes you hold your nose: Rotten garbage.

Something you’re really good at: Drawing.

Something you’re really bad at: Math.

Something you like to do: Create.

Something you wish you’d never done: Cry over little things.

Last best thing you ate: Cake.

Last thing you regret eating: Spicy noodles.

Things you always put in your books: Magic.

Things you never put in your books: Gruesomeness.

Things to say to an author: I loved your book.

Things to say to an author if you want to be fictionally killed off in their next book: Your writing needs work.

Favorite places you’ve been: Bahamas and Lake George.

Places you never want to go to again: India.

Favorite genre: Literary and fantasy.

Books you would ban: Those with unlikable characters or world-building.

People you’d like to invite to dinner: My current friends I have fun with.

People you’d cancel dinner on: Anyone who wasn’t nice to me recently.

Favorite things to do: Bowling, arcades, and getting nails painted.

Things you’d run through a fire wearing gasoline pants to get out of doing: Sitting through stressful situations, like watching someone get arrested or picking a fight.

Things that make you happy: Disney.

Things that drive you crazy: Anything depressing or disturbing, or when people are treated with too much cruelty or unfairness.

The last thing you did for the first time: Be a bridesmaid at a friend’s wedding.

Something you’ll never do again: Live in a college dorm (I wasn’t happy in one at all).


Sunayna Prasad has been writing stories since she was 6. She has published a few novels and has won an award for the last one published. She enjoys writing and studying the craft. She lives in New York with her family.

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