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Wordless Wednesday No.34. True Love :)


My post for Wordless Wednesday
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  1. Awwww :D
    Lostris is ADORABLE! I so want a dog :)

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  2. Hi Preeti ,
    You both look super cute.. <3 <3 .

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  3. Tenderness.. awesome..


    clicksbyeyeblinks.blogspot.com

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  4. here a silent fan breaks up being silent !!!
    so proud to be a woman , because you proved how wondrous woman can be and how successful!!!
    being a big fan i read your so late this morning. i got hooked to it completed it in to 4 hours . you are a mesmerizing writer . i could find so much meaning from your writing. thanks for being so passionate towards writing and making an Indian woman so proud .
    i am yet to read your latest book (secret wish list). do keep writing give inspirations to young aspiring young ones.

    thank you for future works.

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  5. love your books :) <3

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  6. Hi Preeti, I landed on your site and watched the Tedx talk video on the 5 rules. It was a fantastic talk. Have to say I was shocked when u elaborated on the 5 rules it was almost like reading my mind. Infact I told my hubby that I found a person who thinks just like me. Good work. I hope to read your books one day. Regards Jo.

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  7. Hello~!!^^
    My name is Hur Hoon where I live in S.Korea.
    When I went Mumbai for travel agent working on FEB,I bought a your book 'Tea for two and a piece of cake'in the airport. I happily read your book. Thanks and hope to see your next book soon.
    REMINNDS ME!!
    My hindi name is Aloo^^My vice president who working in New Delhi Head office named me it.

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  8. I love the pic Preeti!!
    I have a cat too, a disabled one but completely adorable :-)

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