How to Have a Happier Writer Mindset Without Spending a Dime by Prasenjeet Kumar

Be A Happier Author Before Becoming A Best-selling One

How to have a happier writer mindset without spending a dime

From the #1 Bestselling author of the “Self-Publishing WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME Series,” comes this DIY manual of practical tips and advice that can make you a happier writer before making you a best-selling one.

Distilling his practical, hands-on experience in putting out over 50 books in seven languages on all e-Book platforms, Prasenjeet Kumar takes on all those forces that conspire to prevent you—the writer—from becoming a great storyteller.

Self-doubt, lack of sales, rejections, excessive “workshopping,” sales addiction and the feeling readers don’t care for your books—are some of those demons that can make writers unhappy, desperate, and despondent.

With great personal and professional insight, Prasenjeet Kumar tells you how to exorcise those ghosts and turn yourself in to a confident author.

So come, realise your author dreams, with a happier frame of mind, and, of course, WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME.


Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / Personal Growth / Happiness

Language: English

Keywords: author platform, author entrepreneur, author mindset and writing habit, writing to market, indie author, how to overcome writer's block, how to write edit market promote and sell your book

Word Count: 25,000 words approx.

Sales info:

This book is from the Amazon #1 Best-selling author. 

Sample text:

Why am I writing this book?

Here I am, sitting in front of my computer, thinking of writing my fourth romance novel. My characters are eager to narrate their stories—of why they fell in love. Or why they had to abandon their homes—never to return again!

And so on.

At the same time, I feel another voice, ringing in my ears, which is growing stronger and stronger as the day passes. That voice is NOT coming from any of my characters. It’s a stranger’s voice.

A writer’s voice, actually.

I can’t help but sit up and listen to this voice. The writer tells me he wants to succeed as a writer. He sure wants to tell stories. But he also wants to entertain, educate and inspire people.

But there are forces in this world that want to stop him from writing. They make him feel he is not good enough. That he can never learn THE CRAFT on his own.

Simply that he’ll never be a great writer.

Other voices whisper that readers don’t care about his books. That he cannot market his books unless he throws around lots and lots of money.

Unrestrained and in gay abandon.

Sales prove the point, by hovering around zero for months, when he indie publishes. And if he tries traditional publishing, he only accumulates rejection letters that are so demoralising, depressing, degrading, demotivating, de… you get the drift.

The voice shakes me up from tip to toe. It moves me from within. Because it is none other than my own author voice. 

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