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Chennai launch of 'Tea for two and a piece of cake'. Blog marathon post 15


Thank you Chennai for all the love!! <3

These are some of the reactions on Twitter about the Chennai launch of 'tea for two and a piece of cake' from the people who came:

@Prachuprincess @karthick62 @preetishenoy @mailvkjain The Chennai Launch today was brilliant . My first ever book launch visit. Thanks Preeti

@Augustbloom138:  Had a fabulous time with @justaparna  at the lauch of @preetishenoy 's book - Tea for two and a piece of cake :-)

@justaparna had amazing time @preetishenoy's launch event.. Loved the way she answered Q n As :)

 A very happy moment. With one of my  'bestest' friends. It's a friendship of twenty eight years! Touch wood! I feel blessed to have her in my life!



 It was great to speak to Bhavna Arya who kept the conversation flowing.


Meeting a school-mate after 28 years! Words fail to describe my joy! Took me back in a time capsule to my childhood!

A big thank you to all who came for the launch today. It was TERRIFIC meeting you all!
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Comments

  1. It gives me so much joy looking at such happy pictures!

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  2. How I wish I were there and could have met you. I came to the US just last month. Anyway many many congratulations on your third book release.

    I think it has been more than 2 years that I'm reading your blog.

    Yours also happens to be one of the first blogs I read and follow from when I first got introduced to this wonderful world of blogging.

    Good luck again. :)

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  3. Smile says it all!!!

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  4. Preeti, Chennai's going to love your bubbly charm! Have fun and keep smiling!

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  5. It was truly wonderful meeting you Preeti. It was a much awaited event for me as I have never been to any book launches before. A picture with you and a personalised autographed book from you , what more can I ask for...
    -Much Love
    Prasanna E
    (prachuprincess on twitter)

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  6. First Book Launch of my life and it was awesome..!! Thank you so much for signing all three books for me. :)I will cherish them for life and have something to boost about too :P
    Regards,
    Nitu

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  7. beautiful pictures...and the happiness shows in your smile Preeti:)
    Muahhhhhhh and a big HUG...!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Love
    Gayu

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