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My 5th book! Guess how many words in the title? :)

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  1. Wowwww....yipeee....so excited....:)
    All the best Preeti :) You rock!

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  3. 5 words.. gosh.. I really want to read it... :)

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  4. I will tell you all the answers after everyone has guessed! :)

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  5. All the best.One word or five words.

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  6. Five? Can't wait. Release date? I have lots of people traveling from India from now until March so will get it :)

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  8. 7 words??? cannot wait to know the title and the name of the book...

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  9. 3 words is my guess :)

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  10. On second thoughts I guess 2 ;)

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  12. 5 Words is my guess. Wishing you all the luck and best wishes for the same. Considering the posts you have deleted from the blog I am guessing it's on parenting? or similar to 34 Bubblegums and Candies... :)

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  13. Guess 4 it is....wait is killing us.

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  14. 10....will make the sequence...4,6,8,10

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  15. I also guess the first word would be "The" & last word would be "Love" :-)

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  16. My goodness!!!! Congratulations!!!!!!!

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