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Why We Love The Way We Do. A short video.





It's a one minute and 30 second watch. Do watch and leave me comments! :) _________________________________________________________
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  1. Congrats on the new book..looking forward to grab the copy.. but as far as the video goes, too much of waiting needed to read the content and the reverse order of focus is a distraction

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  2. Agree with Reshmi. As I am half-way through, the text disappears. Nevertheless, awaiting eagerly! Why not put up more contests?

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  3. As far the category of genre my 'fanciful' author has chosen to brainstorm and reflect on, I'm curious to know what corners of life have been discussed, and how it will differ from the other versions of her composition (fiction genre). Although I must admit I'm fascinated and riveted to her fictitious approaches, I find them narrating life right to the marrow, this exclusive book is straightly a keenness, and if possible, I'm waiting with suspense to grab an autographed copy of the author, my inspirational 'Preeti Shenoy' Ma'am.

    Saptarshi

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  4. Eagerly awaiting this book :-) Congrats for this new book :-) Coming to the video .. reverse order is difficult to get immediately ... and after all the words appear in the screen... within fraction of seconds it goes even before we read the full screen.I had to pause to read the screen fully. And yes too much waiting time in between. I loved the music in this:-)

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  6. The sentences appearing in random order do not register immediately and disappear very quickly before i can appreciate the meaning. It would have been better if the sentences appeared slowly as complete sentences so that the meaning would actually dawn upon the person reading it. Anyways , eagerly waiting for the new book . I wonder what depth of relations have been touched upon in the new book. Waiting with a baited breath. Why not set up a pre book launch with flipkart or amazon ??

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      Thanks!

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  7. Waiting eagerly to grab a copy of the upcoming book. So far your works have never turned me down. Relationships being one of the integral part of our lives, definitely calls for a lot of unexplored questions and answers. The content look pretty interesting so far and it looks obvious that all of us can have a lot of take away from this book. Wishing you All the Best for the Book Launch!!!
    Keep Writing!! Lots of Love!!

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    1. Thanks so much! Much love to you too

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  8. All the very best for the Launch...wishing the book a grand success.

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  9. I had no problem with the video.I just like the way you write./ Definitely will look forward to buy the book

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    1. Thank you! :) I too thought the video was nicely made. Didn't think text would cause a problem.

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  10. It's an amazing video, Preeti and super kicked to read the book. It's enticing and like all your books, can sense the sparks flying:)

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