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  1. My name is Rishi Vohra and I am the author of debut fiction titled, ‘Once Upon the Tracks of Mumbai.’ For more information on the book, please visit http://www.rishivohra.com. I was wondering if you would be interested in reviewing my book on your blog. Thank you. I look forward to hearing back. Rishi (rishi7777@gmail.com)

  2. My name is Suresh K Goswami and I have a request for you to kindly review my book, “Burning Sapphires” a Historical Fiction. Your kind response shall be much appreciated by me.

    Thanks and best regards

  3. Wow , I just stumbled upon your blog and really like your book reviews. Very good and precise. Have to save your blog link in my favorites so I could come back and check out more reviews.

  4. Hello,
    I am Khushboo. I am an upcoming writer. I recently launched my book on Amazon. The name of my book is COMPLICATED US. I was hoping if you could review it. It would be very helpful.
    You can contact me at khushbooranimahato2308@gmail.com Please reply and let me know if you can do a review.

    Here is the link to my book

    Eagerly waiting for your reply

  5. Hello,

    I am Arjun Hemmady. I have written a novel called “You Raise Me Up” which is a love story of a Chartered Accountant. I am giving link of the same below. I would be grateful if you could consider my book for review. I am willing to provide soft copy or signed hard copy of the same as per your convenience.

    Please do let me know.

    Thanks and Regards,

    Arjun Hemmady

  6. Hello Aarti,

    I’ve recently done a book of animal stories for children, “How the Pig Got Dirty and other stories”. The book has been published by Good Earth. A link to the book’s FB page: https://www.facebook.com/howthepigbecamedirty/

    The book seems to be getting a very good response. I was invited by Bangalore Literature Festival to do a reading/ enactment session for kids (Sunday, Oct 28), and the session went very well. I have also been asked by Bookaroo (Dec 1/2) and Times Literature Festival Delhi also. Besides, schools and prominent book shops (eg OneUP, Pathways in Delhi and Crossword in Mumbai) have also asked me to do sessions. Jaipur Litfest has shown interest, though is yet to confirm.

    Encouraged by the response I felt I should reach out to a wider audience. I would be thrilled if you could review my book. Even though I say so myself, I assure you it will not be a waste of your time.

    Please let me know, so I can send you a copy of the book.

    Cheers,
    Rahul Kansal
    Group Brand Advisor, Network 18
    (Earlier, Executive President, The Times of India group)

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