1. It is Ankita! She is back! (It's a sequel to Life is What You Make It)
2. It takes you back to YOUR college days.
3. It shows you the charm of a library! You will want to rush to your nearest one.
4. It shows you how a book can change your life. (Many of you tell me 'Life is What You Make it' changed your life. This one is even better!
5. It gives you a new perspective
6. You get a free Mumbai tour!
7. It reminds you warmly of your friends
8. It shows you how your mind is your greatest enemy
9. And also your best friend!
10. The early readers have said this 'My eyes misted over'. 'You are a master story teller.' 'This one is a winner'.
The book releases on 17th April 2019. Just 11 days left. It is a sequel to Life is What You Make It. ONLY pre-orders will be special printed signed copies. Right now it is available at a FANTASTIC price. Get it! Now! preeti.io/awake
How have you been doing? How is the summer treating you? :)
I am exhausted most of the time. I am not sure if it is because of the very hectic promos (Oh, I have been working so so hard!) of my new book Wake Up Life is Calling (a sequel to Life is What you make it) or whether it is the heat which is sapping me.
When it comes to book marketing--there are two schools of thought. Some writers believe that the marketing is not their job. They believe that their job ends when they send off the manuscript after the final the edits. They think it is primarily the publisher's responsibility.
Marketing is indeed hard work and most writers (including me) detest it. If you ask me, I would rather sit in my cocoon and start writing my next book. (as that is what I enjoy most)
But here's why I do it.
1. Being on the bestseller charts does matter to me. Now while content is the single most important thing, good content alone won't help. Marketing is essential. My book Life …
There are just 14 days left for the release of my new book Wake Up, Life is Calling. The trailer above tells you in brief about the book. Do watch it!
The story starts where Life is What You Make it ends, when Ankita fights her way out of a mental hospital and emerges successful. I had researched a lot for writing it. It was a very hard book to write and it took a lot out of me. I never thought I would come back to write a sequel. But, the character was not done with me yet!Eight years later, (and nine more books in those eight years!) here I am, coming back to Ankita’s story. Though the first book ends with an epilogue, which tells the reader what happened fifteen years later, there are no details of how Ankita coped. How did she integrate back into daily life?Wake Up, Life is Calling is the sequel, which reveals this. It is about all that Ankita went through when she came out of the mental hospital and went back to college. Would the disorder strike again? What d…