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To the Moon by Malini Agarwal an Inspiration for Bloggers -Book Review

By Prakash Parasuraman @aniseprakash

To the moon: How I Blogged My Way to Bollywood review; " Don't start by wanting to be a rich-and-famous anything. Close your eyes and imagine the one thing you'd want to do for the rest of your life and find a way to make THAT your career"

About the book: To the moon narrates Malini's life from the backup dancer to the celebrated blogger of 2000s. The book is published by Harper Collins and authored by Malini Agarwal herself.

To the moon by Malini Agarwal an inspiration for bloggers -Book review
Author: Malini Agarwal

Published by: Harper collins

Pages: 368 Paperback

Published on: 7th January 2018

Price: Rs. 259/- Buy now

Goosebumps review: A inspirational read for every aspiring dreamers. The tips and tricks on blogging and social media marketing makes it a must read for bloggers and social media nerds. Malini will keep you engaged throughout the book with her hilarious anecdotes.


To the moon by Malini Agarwal an inspiration for bloggers -Book review
(4 / 5)

To the moon by Malini Agarwal review:

Bloggers and You tubers are the fame in recent years. Their creativities, tactics to reach the highs and popularity has inspired millions. One such fame is Malini Agarwal. every entertainment news followers would know this name.

Malini Agarwal has been blogging for handful of years and has won the love of many readers and celebrities alike. After her success at the tech and entertainment arena she has come out with her autobiography.

The book titled "To the moon" describes her life from an underdog to a celebrated blogger. To the moon, is a real inspiration for the bloggers. The tips and tricks she shares are a real go to ones. Malini has also shared marketing techniques and the impact of social media for bloggers.

The first half of the book narrates Malini's personal life from childhood, when she was taken to different countries by her parents (As her parents worked with Indian Foreign service) to the famous blogger of the 2000s. The second half is a treat to bloggers and social media nerds. Malini has given ample of tips and tricks on blogging as well as marketing the blogs.

It is one of the best books published on blogging ideas in the recent times. Not only bloggers " To the moon" is an inspirational read for biography lovers as well. The lucid language and hilarious anecdotes makes the reading a fun ride. Apart from being a over do of few things "To the moon" is a must read for every inspiration searchers, budding bloggers and entrepreneurs.

  • The tips and tricks are a must try techniques for bloggers
  • Malini's life is an inspiration for tech entrepreneurs
  • Fast phased and engaging style
Not so inspirational:
    Few might find the narration a bit boring at times

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