How to Market Your Books WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME by Prasenjeet Kumar

Finally a Book on Marketing that cuts out the Fluff and Focuses only on the ESSENTIALS

How to market your books without spending a dime

Are you bombarded with strange and esoteric marketing advice, to sell your books in 1000 ways, that leaves you baffled, bewildered and terribly confused?

Do you feel that learning and mastering those complicated strategies have sucked away all the joy you once had for writing?

Then this book focusing on the BARE ESSENTIALS for marketing your book may just be what the doctor ordered.

From Prasenjeet Kumar, the Amazon #1 Best Selling Author of “Self-Publishing WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME” series of books, comes a book that after discussing all the fluff and jargon that marketing gurus spout establishes why ‘less is always more’.

At last!

Genre: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Marketing / Direct

Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / Creativity

Language: English


Word Count: 40,000 words approx.

Sales info:

The book has been in the Amazon Top 100 Best Seller List in Self Help, Creativity.

Sample text:

Let me be brutally frank.

I believe in plain and simple “Essentialism”.

That is, in fact, the underlying philosophy of this Book, as well as that of my entire “Self-publishing WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME” series of books.

Do you want to know why? For that, let me start with a little background.

After a reasonably successful stint in Corporate Law, I started my writing career in September 2013. In just about two years, I have been able to write and publish 14 books (this is the 15th) in three genres—cookbooks (Cooking In A Jiffy series), motivational books for introverts (Quiet Phoenix series) and self-publishing (Self-Publishing WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME series).

In addition, I could also publish eleven translations of my books into languages such as German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, and Portuguese. Four more are in the process of translation into various languages.

Like any other writer, I was initially clueless about marketing. So I researched, picked up a lot of business books on marketing for authors and, believe it or not, read all of them. Most books expounded on so many strange and esoteric marketing techniques that they left me baffled, bewildered and terribly confused.

Many advised writers to blog, podcast, hang out on Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, Tumblr, Reddit, Stumble Upon, Pinterest, LinkedIn and goddamn any other social media site that they, the writers, could get a hang of. They also recommended to create YouTube Videos and online courses. Some wanted you to pick up speaking assignments, and in addition take the initiative to contact guest bloggers and book reviewers.


THIS IS NOT THE INTENTION OF THIS BOOK, let me declare it loud and clear.


Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Carsten Wegener and Jörg Klenk

Would you like to translate this book? Make an offer to the Rights Holder!