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Life is what you make it--Facebook page

 Just created the Facebook page for my second book, which will be out by the end of this month. You will join in, won't you? :-)
 
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Life-is-what-you-make-it-A-novel-by-Preeti-Shenoy/133724803359609



And don't forget to leave me a comment here wishing me luck when you're done! :) (I do need it! Have worked so hard for this book).

You've all been so sweet!



Comments

  1. Wish you all the best for the book and hoping that they will be flying off the shelves.

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  2. All the very best for success of the book. Waiting to come for the book launch.

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  3. I liked your page good luck with your book and congratulations on completing the awesome amount of work that went into it! Happy WW

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  4. Wish you all the very best for your second book..may you write and publish many many many more!!

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  5. You are a great motivator, preeti. So here's to the new management guru.


    Wishing the best for your new book.

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  6. Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck to you :)and lots of hugs !
    Will join the page too :)

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  7. Preethi
    wishing you all the success and prayers too

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  8. Yay! Amazing! Full support :D
    and i couldn't comment on the last post..the portrait of your friend's father was a masterpiece. Loved 'em both!

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  9. Best wishes for your new book. My son's first novel has been published. Do check out the page
    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=496162646364&set=a.425844226364.222758.710116364&notif_t=photo_reply#!/pages/The-Bracelet/184432834921690

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  10. Best wishes for your second book!

    Eagerly waiting for it :)

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  11. Hi Preety,

    All the best ,Congratulations and looking forward to it.

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  12. congrats...am sure it will be a great success most definitely ....the story description & the cover page are both attractive and catchy. Wishing you the very best again..:))

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  14. All the best for your book :) :) :)

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  15. hey preeti, what happened to my comment on FB page of this book?

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  16. Pre-ordering it now! All the very best for your book. Are you coming to Mumbai for its launch?

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  17. Wishing you all the luck Preeti. Pre-ordered. Looking forward to the release :)

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  18. Wishing U all the best Preeti!

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  19. Sheila,Siri, Nandana, palsworld--Thank you!

    Asha: I do not moderate comments. have no idea as I did not see it.Thanks :)

    Anu,SK, Soul speaks,Sundari: thank you!

    Ritu: Joined his site :)

    Sucheta, Aswathi,Ruch,: Thanks!

    Divya,Sukhmandir:Thank you!

    Ramesh, Shiju: Thanks!

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  20. can't wait anymore....besshht luck!

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  21. I am sure this is going to be another best seller n yes beautiful cover page,i must mention
    good luck

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  22. All the best preeti for the second book !!

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  23. Best Of Luck Dear--this book will be a runaway success too :)

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