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Blog marathon completed! (post 30 of blog marathon)

So, here we are on day 30 of the blog marathon. Those who have been following this blog would know that for the last 30 days, there has been a post every single day! It has definitely not been easy.
I have blogged through a holiday, through the time when I had house-guests and also through birthdays of close friends.
I have blogged when I did not feel like it, when I was unwell, and when my eyes were shutting out of sheer exhaustion.
It's a great sense of achievement to not have missed a single day.

I must make a special mention of  Alka Singla who is a reader who has commented on every single post of the marathon!  A big thanks to you Alka---your comments were really encouraging, and you have completed a marathon of a different kind--which is replying to 30 posts!

I will definitely be blogging. So see you around.

And for those of you who are aspiring to be authors, do pick up the current issue (August 2014) of Cosmopolitan magazine. I have been featured along with some co-authors, and the story covers every aspect of being an author.

That's all for now folks. Thank you for reading me.

I will be back soon :) (faster if you tell me you love reading what I write!)
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  2. my heartious congratulations mam! wid ur hard work nd strong will u have given a lot to ponder nd apply in our lives.. it was definitely a tough job.. nd thank you mam fr recognising me. it really means a lot to me..

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  3. Hi Preeti,
    I read almost all your blog posts in my smart mobile. I liked it very much.Thanks for writing

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  4. Hello mam good morning i am reading your blog from 15th post of blog marathon and i like all...Please write on love stories and inspirational stories like life is what you make it and the one you cannot have :)

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  5. Hi! Congrats on the feat! It's no mean thing! I came to know about your marathon later and caught up with your previous posts. Your frequency on your blog, despite your busy schedule, is very very inspiring! I am putting together my blog content so that I can e more frequent from September! Thanks for the great writing and motivation!

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  6. Hello Preeti. Congrats...Although i am happy with all my heart that you completed your marathon yet Im sure going to miss reading it as it had become a habit to read ur blog every day in fact to see what is it that you have posted today...Miss u a lot. love Jasmine

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  7. Hi Preethi, congrats on completing the blog marathon, will miss reading your blogs everyday.

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