Deccan Herald was around to cover this latest book reading of Mind Blogs 1.0. You can read it by clicking HERE…
This October, Mind Blogs 1.0 completes three years of being in circulation. And true enough, it has been loved and appreciated across age groups. But what we really wanted were youngsters reading it. And just the other day, we came across a young blogger who read the book while his exams were on, and found […]
Mind Blogs 1.0 is being lapped up by the dozens at Flipkart. And online book reviewers are loving it too. Freelance journalist and online book reviewer Shail Raghuvanshi from Chennai has reviewed Mind Blogs 1.0 in her inimitable style. Calling it a great way to bring blogs to books, she says there were many stories […]
Aptly titled ‘Book the blog’, The Hindu promoted Mind Blogs 1.0 by calling co-authors Zahid H Javali, Christina Daniels and Nirmala Govindarajan ‘three musketeers on road to fame’. You can view the story here Here goes an extract from the story: They laid bare their thoughts on the world around them — first on their […]
Avid blogger Priya Iyer reviewed Mind Blogs 1.0 on her blog. Here it is for the rest of our readers: Some time back, Christina Daniels asked me if I’d like to review a book she has co-authored with Zahid Javali and Nirmala Govindarajan. I was more than happy to accept, since I liked Christina’s first […]
Edex, the educational supplement of The New Indian Express have put us on the cover page and also inserted a pointer on the main edition. Can national publicity get better than this? The newspaper says, “Mind Blogs 1.0 is a unique idea that captures the candidness and versatility of life in Bangalore… where the chaotic […]
Here is a review that appeared in the Kolkata-based technology magazine, Exhibit. Reviewed by columnist and tarot card reader Amara Bavani Dev, it’s a distillation of what the book stands for: chronicling the human experience. Happy reading!
Deccan Herald’s educational supplement profiled the three faces behind the blog book, Mind Blogs 1.0. Written succinctly by Sandhya Iyengar, it does reflect the ethos of the book. And how it’s targetted at the youth. To read it all, click on the image. Happy reading!
Last Sunday, Mind Blogs 1.0 was reviewed by eminent journalist MJ Akbar’s weekend newspaper, The Sunday Guardian. Published simultaneously in London and Delhi, the paper showcased it in its ‘Essential Reading’ section. Anjana Pradhan, the reviewer, found the book crisp, incisive, and straight from the heart. To read more, click on the image.
Here is a review and interview by Flipkart’s Sailen Ghosh. Dubbing the book’s new format (blog to book) as a “new movement” in publication, he found the book, refreshing, nostalgic, intimate and entertaining. “Each segment is short and sweet just as blog posts are meant to be,” Sailen writes on Flipkart’s book blog. “Sometimes the […]