Top 10 Indian Book Review Blogs – 2018

For those book enthusiasts finding it hard enough to figure out the right books to follow from an ocean of available resources, book review blogs offer you a valuable guide. There is an old adage that says “ There is no sincere love than the love for food” by George Bernard Shaw. But for these Book review bloggers “There is no sincere love than the love for Books.” Their love for food is synonymous with the love for books. These book fanatics are equally passionate to the extent about writing similar to actual reading and analyze books based on content, merit, and style. They offer honest and unbiased reviews on books belonging to a wide genre across fiction and non-fiction categories and help in brand marketing. Further, they help us know the right books that are engaging and reader-worthy. Acknowledging their achievement and contributions to the book industry, we at Bonusapp have selected these book review bloggers for our major award feature “Top 10 Indian Book Review Blogs.” We feel it is unfair to differentiate these bloggers based on any criteria-based ranking and hence we have aligned them alphabetically.

Arvind Passey : Passey

Arvind Passey

Arvind Passey is the author of the blog “Passey” and has written more than 1800 poems. A few of his short stories and poetry have been featured in various anthologies and also in journals in India and UK. He has expertise knowledge across many areas as can be evidenced by more than 1500 posts across travel, books, writing, political satire, technology, lifestyle, environment, wildlife, and sports besides stories and poetry. He also won the prestigious “Best book reviewer award” in 2011.

passey.info

Top Posts:
Conversations around art – Review of ‘The Book of Chocolate Saints’
Spent. And finished – is it? – Review of ‘One Indian Girl’
All it needed was a few seconds of gunfire – Review of ‘Red Maize’

Follow him on : Facebook | Instagram

Deepti Menon : Deep Ties

Deepti Menon

Deepti Menon hails from an army background and has been blogging since the tender age of 10 years. Being an army kid, she used to travel a lot during her childhood, and it helped her hone flair for writing. Her blog “Deepti Ties” is all about writing, imagining, laughing, joking, introspecting, travelling, reading, reviewing and, of course, living. Many of her short stories also featured in Anthologies. She also has a book of poems to her credit, titled Deeparadhana of poems, which was compiled by her mother. Her latest work “Shadow in the Mirror”, a psychological thriller was published by Readomania in 2016.

deepties.blogspot.com

Top Posts:
A Skyful Of Balloons By Santosh Bakaya
Her Father’s Voice
How to Open a Can of Worms

Follow her on : Facebook

Dhivya : Reader’s Muse

Reader’s Muse

An avid reader, Dhivya loves to read books offering open, honest reviews about books once she finishes reading them. Her blog “Reader’s Muse” is an attempt to share her journey through books. She offers reviews on a broad genre of books ranging from Mysteries and thrillers to fantasy novels. A big-time foodie and editor, she happened to edit quite a few books to her credit.

readmuse.blogspot.com

Top Posts:
The Kite Runner
The Honest Season
Very Good Lives

Follow her on : Facebook | Twitter

Inderpreet Uppal : Eloquent Articulation

Inderpreet Uppal

Books editing, freelance writing, reviews, sponsored posts, and blogging keeps Inderpreet Uppal busy all the time! An avid reader, she has a never-ending love for writing and reading which is clearly visible on her blog “Eloquent Articulation”. She also offers editorial and proofreading services for manuscripts and books. She loves to proofread, edit and beta read novels. Inderpreet is also the author of the romantic novel “Generously Yours.”

inderpreetuppal.com

Top Posts:
Share A Book, Make A Child Read
The Maid’s Room by Fiona Mitchell
ART IN ASHES #TheDoodlerOfDimashq: A Heart Wrenching Tale of Hope From Syria’s Rubble

Follow her on : Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

Mayuri Nidigallu : Sirimiri

Mayuri Nidigallu

Mayuri Nidigallu is a tarot card reader by profession, freelance writer, and Magazine columnist. Her blog “Sirimiri” comprises book reviews, travelogues, recipes, and food stories. She has been blogging for 14 years now, but even then, she never gets bored at all! An avid reader, and traveler, her palate happened to taste a lot of flavors during her travel escapades. She is the author of the e-book “26 Favourite Foods and a Little Bit of Me” which features her experiences with certain foods and the memories they invoke.

sirimiri.in

Top Posts:
Of Fasting, Feasting and Memories
Karwa Chauth – Your Opinion about it to yourself
Of Marriage, Love and everything in between

Follow her on : Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest

Nikita Soni : Njkinny’s World of Books & Stuff

Nikita Soni

Nikita aka Njkinny is the author of the multi-genre lifestyle blog “Njkinny’s World of Books & Stuff”. She is a writer, blogger, reviewer, foodie and publicist. Her blog is a platform where Nikita shares her unique voice on Books, Lifestyle, Food, Beauty, Parenting, Travel, Health and so much more. A compulsive book lover, she loves to review books, products, movies, music and T.V shows. Also, there is much more to explore her blog and includes giveaways, freebies, sales, interviews and more.

www.njkinnysblog.com

Top Posts:
A Study In Scarlet By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone By J.K. Rowling
The Girl in Room 105 by Chetan Bhagat

Follow her on : Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest

Sakshi Nanda : Between Write And Wrong

Sakshi Nanda

Sakshi Nanda is an independent writer, manuscript editor, book reviewer and blogs at “Between Write and Wrong”. As a book reviewer, she offers detailed literary, unbiased reviews for prospective readers as well as authors. With an academic background in English literature, she is well acquainted with writings across the world and also earned accolades for her papers/critiques.

www.sakshinanda.com

Follow her on : Facebook | Twitter

Sankalpita : Book Geeks

Sankalpita

The blog “Book Geeks” features the biggest collection of reviews on books across fiction and non-fiction exclusive of Indian authors. Sankalpita owns the blog and it is a platform to promote Indian authors and their books featuring author interviews, publisher interviews and more. On her Youtube channel dubbed “Book Geeks India” she offers Book recommendations, Bookish talks, monthly wrap-ups, book hauls, unboxing and more.

www.bookgeeks.in

Follow her on : Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

Shalini Baisiwala : Shalzmojo

Shalini Baisiwala

Shalini Baisiwala wears many hats; she is an interior designer, writer, photographer, and Book Reviewer. She reviews a wide genre of books letting us know the engaging and read-worthy ones. Apart from Book reviews, she offers her expertise reviews on products, travel, and food. She loves to interact with readers through comments and social media. Besides, Shalini writes passionately about a wide range of topics including recipes, food events, travel jaunts, fiction dreaming or even meditative musings. Visit the “Food Bytes” section on her blog for a whole lot of restaurant reviews, wine socials, recipes and so on.

www.shalzmojo.in

Top Posts:
[W] The Wildings – a tale about the cats of Nizamuddin
The Dalai Lama’s Cat by [D]avid Miche
[C] The Color Master by Aimee Bender

Follow her on : Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest

Tina Basu

Tina Basu

Tina Basu quit her job of 7 years as a design assistant and trade marketing girl after the birth of her son. She hails from Bengaluru and is a food and lifestyle blogger, content creator, freelance graphic designer and brand visibility, expert. Also, she is a published author in three anthologies. Be it social issues, poetry, movie reviews, book reviews and travel; she can write anything with utmost ease. Further, Tina loves writing fiction in Romance and thriller genres.Her blog “Tina Basu” offers product and service reviews, blogging tips, tutorials, mommy and parenting tips, and more.

tinabasu.com

Top Posts:
Dear Zari: The Secret Lives of the Women of Afghanistan, by Zarghuna Kargar
Me Before You by Jojo Moyes
Flawed Fairy Tales: Why I’m not comfortable reading these fairy tales to my toddler

Follow her on : Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest


These blogs have been chosen based on the following criteria –
: Influence and popularity on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter.
: Quality and frequency of Blogger’s blog posts.
: Web-site design and photographs quality.
: Bonusapp’s editorial team and expert review.
: Search engine reputation

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