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Interview With Jaishree Nenwani, The Author of Tiny Habits Massive Results

Updated: Dec 27, 2023


Author Interview with Jaishree Nenwani author of Tiny Habits Massive Results

Jaishree's content revolves around Inspired Wisdom, Self-improvement, Personal growth, and ways to become happier in your life. She is passionate about journaling and loves sharing wisdom and tools that invoke deeper authenticity and Personal transformation.


Ravi: Where do you write?

Jaishree: I prefer to write in a quiet and cozy corner of my home in Delhi. It's a space filled with personal touches, providing the comfort and inspiration I need to let my creativity flow.


Ravi: Where do you get your ideas?

Jaishree: Inspiration for my writing often comes from everyday life and personal experiences. Observing people, exploring different places, and reflecting on my journey help me generate ideas for my work.


Ravi: Does writing energize or exhaust you?

Jaishree: Writing is a source of tremendous energy for me. It's a cathartic process that allows me to express myself and share my thoughts. It’s not just about writing professionally, but I start my day by penning down the floating thoughts, gratitude journaling, and planning my day. Writing is meditative for me.


Ravi: How long, on average, does it take you to write a book?

Jaishree: I took about nine months to finish my first book, including the research, writing,

and editing phases. I might take a little longer for my next one.


Ravi: If you had to do something differently as a child or teenager to become a better writer

as an adult, what would you do?

Jaishree: Being more expressive. I have always been an introvert. If I had to do something

differently, I would like to be more expressive and mindful.


Ravi: What is your favorite childhood book?

Jaishree: The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett is special in my heart. The enchanting story and vivid imagery captured my imagination and sparked my love for

storytelling.


Ravi: What are your favorite literary journals?

Jaishree: I appreciate literary journals that showcase a variety of voices and perspectives. Some of my favorites include & Granta, The Paris Review, and The New Yorker.


Ravi: What one thing would you give up to become a better writer?

Jaishree: I would be willing to sacrifice some leisure time to enhance my writing skills.

Dedication and discipline are crucial in honing the craft.


Ravi: Do you Google yourself?

Jaishree: Yes, I do… Often, it's interesting to see how my work is being received and to stay connected with readers.


Ravi: Do you read your book reviews? How do you deal with bad or good ones?

Jaishree: Yes, Of Course! I do read my book reviews. Positive feedback is rewarding and

motivates me, while constructive criticism helps me grow as a writer. It's essential to approach both with an open mind and a willingness to learn.


Ravi: How many hours a day do you write?

Jaishree: I strive to maintain a consistent writing schedule, dedicating several hours daily to my work. However, flexibility is key, as creativity doesn't always adhere to a strict timetable.


Ravi: How long were you a part-time writer before you became a full-time one?

Jaishree: I transitioned to full-time writing after a few years of balancing it with other

responsibilities. It's a gradual process that requires careful planning and commitment. I’m a passionate writer, but I believe in maintaining a work-life balance so that other areas of life don’t get neglected.


Ravi: What kind of research do you do, and how long do you spend researching before

beginning a book?

Jaishree: Research is an integral part of my writing process. The amount of time spent on

research varies depending on the book's subject matter. Having a solid foundation before diving into the writing phase is crucial.


Ravi: What’s the best way to market your books?

Jaishree: Building a strong online presence through social media, connecting with readers, and collaborating with book bloggers and influencers can be effective marketing strategies.

Additionally, word-of-mouth recommendations have helped me a lot to market my book.


Ravi: How many unpublished and half-finished books do you have?

Jaishree: I have two unpublished works and several ideas for future projects in various development stages


Ravi: How did publishing your first book change your writing process?

Jaishree: Publishing my first book was a transformative experience. It taught me the

importance of discipline, deadlines, and collaboration with editors. It also heightened my

awareness of the reader's perspective, influencing how I approach storytelling.


Ravi: Do you try more to be original or to deliver to readers what they want?

Jaishree: while originality is essential, I believe in finding a balance. It's crucial to stay true to my voice and vision while also considering the expectations and preferences of my readers.


Ravi: What advice do you have for writers?

Jaishree: Be persistent, stay true to your unique voice, and don't be afraid to take risks.

Embrace both successes and setbacks as opportunities for growth. And most importantly, enjoy the process of writing.


Ravi: What are the most important magazines for writers to subscribe to?

Jaishree: Writers can benefit from subscribing to magazines like Writers Digest & The Writer. These publications offer writers valuable insights, tips, and resources at every stage of their careers.


Ravi: Tell me about your recent book to our Ravi Reads Blog Readers.

Jaishree: My recent book, Tiny Habits Massive Results, explores the power of small, consistent actions in achieving significant outcomes. It delves into the concept of forming positive habits and how these tiny habits can lead to transformative results in various aspects of life. The book combines practical insights with personal anecdotes, offering readers a guide to making lasting changes through incremental steps. I hope readers find inspiration and practical tools to cultivate positive habits for a more fulfilling life.


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