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Do something different this Valentines day. You're invited!

Do something different this Valentines day. Come to a fun book launch with (or without) your valentine!

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Where: Landmark, Forum Mall, Bangalore
When: 14th Feb 2012, 6:30 PM
What: A different kind of book launch!

Please RSVP: ssrivastava@randomhouse.co.in,  9971445305


And in case you want to know what the book is all about, here is a book trailer (length- 1 min 30 sec) __________________________________________________________________________

 If you like my writing, you might enjoy my books :) Grab them here. or if you are am Amazon Fan, you can grab them here
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Comments

  1. Waiting for it to be delivered :)

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  2. Waiting for it to be delivered at home. :D

    When're you coming to Delhi?

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  3. Is there a live webcast happening ;)? So bummed to miss all the launch events. But sending national bestseller vibes :)

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  4. Not that you need them but loads of good wishes for the book's roaring success...you write from the heart and that's where you belong!

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  5. Waiting for FlipKart to deliver my book!! :)
    Good Luck!!
    Do a book launch in Chennai once!!! :D

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  6. Congratulations and all the best for the launch Preeti. I am sure this will be one of your best Valentine's day!

    when r you coming to Delhi? Do let us all know in advance!

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  7. Anonymous5:32 PM

    Hey Preeti,

    Loads of good wishes for your new book...Im sure this will surpass the records of your previous books ..

    Do you have any event planned for Gurgaon ?

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  8. Hi Preeti,

    BEST WISHES for your new book.definitely this book will break the sales record of your previous one.Advance Congratulations to you for the upcoming records by Tea for two and a piece of cake.

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  9. Best wishes :) n yea pl launch ur next book @ chennai :)

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  10. Best wishes Preeti.Congratulations on your book.Will read it..:)

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  11. Good luck with the book :)
    I loved the trailer :) I wish I could come for the launch, but that won't be possible. Can't wait to get my hands on the book though :)

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  12. My first "pre-order"/"author signed copy".:) Waiting for it like anything. Best of luck for your new launch & life ahead. Any visit planned for Lucknow ? Do let us know, if any.

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  13. Best wishes for your newest book!

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