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Updates from my end, including Bangalore Launch of 'The One You Cannot Have'

So,  the Forbes India Celebrity 100 Nominees List for 2013 is just out.

 Only 10 authors  have made it to the longlist including, yours truly.

A question I keep getting asked is 'How does it feel'?
I do feel proud and happy and also very grateful to all who read me. I also feel a sense of achievement .That's about it! How else am I supposed to feel ? :)

In the other news, TWO of my titles were in the Nielsen Top ten. The One You Cannot Have opened at No.2 !



The reviews have been fabulous (also read the reviews on goodreads) and the mails praising the book have been pouring in. Many people are telling me that it is a 'must-read' for anyone who has broken up. They tell me that it feels like their story. I am delighted that it has struck a chord.

My publishers came up with this poster!



Indigo 91.9 fm which is Bangalore's only English radio station (I listen to it a lot--they play some awesome music)  are putting me on air tomrrow between 11 and 2. I will be in conversation with RJ Shagufta. If you are in bangalore, tune in. You could even win signed copies of the book. :)

To celebrate the success of the book, we are having a grand launch at The Royal Orchid, Bangalore, tomorrow. (6th december 2013). If you are in Bangalore, I would love it if you join me. Kindly mail me on ps(at)preetishenoy(dot)com and I would be happy to send you an invite with all details!


I am looking forward to it--it is going to be fab! :)
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Comments

  1. Wow, That's huge. Well deserved for a hard working and talented author like you. You were-are-will be my inspiration always <3 Love u lots!

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  2. You Truly deserve everything for the hard work you put in.
    Best wishes and loads of love

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  3. Congrats Preety,

    U truely deserve it.

    Looking forward for your mumbai launch.

    With Love,
    Supriya

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  4. Buy from amzon.com only 119 with no shipping charge... gr8..superb book.. :) :)

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  5. WOW! WOW! WOW! Congratulations!:)

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  6. congratulations. looks like its becoming a habit now...LOL..i finished the book really quick. i was ever so pleased to receive the pre-ordered autographed copy, the cover picture was brilliant..the story is timeless...lost love, healing wounded hearts, moving on, marital life, devastation, agony, pain, casual affairs ...it has all the ingredients of a heartbreaker novel...very realistic and true to life as well...the climax was bittersweet... really enjoyed this one..may many more be on their way

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  7. Congrats Preeti !
    I will surely be tuning into Indigo FM tomorrow to listen to your conversation :-)
    Its bad that I couldn't make it to the launch, but I hope you will conduct events in the weekend in the future !

    Vidya

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  8. Congratulations Preeti! My review of the book shall be live next week. So far I am just hooked to it. :-)

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  9. Congrats Preeti!!!!! And May I know which Royal Orchid??! The one in old airport road?

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  10. Dear Preeti,
    Many Many wishes for you for the launch at Bangalore of "The one you cannot have"...Having read other books of your I can say that lots of hard work has been put in surely...yet to read it though.Just got free after exams....LOL....See you at Royal Orchid dear! God bless!

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  11. Congrats and wishes the best.

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  12. You deserve it ma'am, but i am yet to read this book.. i will surely do so by the new year....:)

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