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Chennai Launch of Why We Love The Way We Do.(Blog mararthon post 17)

So it was a really hectic day for me today.
The day started with my Interaction at IWA. I met women from Japan and US, and some other countries.I was told that my session was great!

Here are a few pictures:
 The IWA president opening the Interaction. In conversation with me is Sandhya Sridhar, who founded Page Turn Publishers. She is also an author. She conducted the session superbly and it was a pleasure interacting with her. Do check out Page Turn books. They are lovely little romances---something like desi version of Mills and Boon. I have just started reading Page Turn books and am liking them.

Here is another picture of me and Sandhya. We hit it off well!




 Signing the  books and interacting with the IWA  members, after the session.

In the noon, I had a meeting with my publishers, who took me out for a lovely lunch at the Taj. We had a wonderful time.

In the evening, I again had an event at Starmark, Avenue Mall. The crowd was large, the interactions were superb, and once again I was told it was a fabulous session. Here are pictures.


Interacting with the readers and signing the books.

See the crowd. There were easily over a hundred people as many were standing (not captured in the pic)



Posing for the media
After that I met one of my closest friends. I have known her since we were both 10 ! I feel blessed for that friendship. She has never missed an event of mine in Chennai. We went out and had a GREAT time.

Am exhautsed now--but very very happy!
Feeling blessed.
(I think we should be grateful for all the things going right in our lives)

Till tomorrow!
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  1. Hello Ma'am, i've been following your blogs from a long time, it's just that I have subscribed your blog post to receive it via email and that's the reason I don't get time to comment, though I know a comment feels good, it's tells that people do read and liking what you do. So I just want to appreciate you for your work. I wish you luck for your next book which I read you have finished writing. Also I have got one question for you. May I know how do you main a journal?? Do you maintain an electronic journal using Applications like OneNote etc, or you do that on a paper diary, completely offline. I am fully sure that the paper diary is a better option but in a life of hassle, writing something takes a great amount of time, plus, it's been like an eternity to touch a pen :D feels very inconvenient to writing through Pen. I wanted to know how do you maintain the journal, if it's via paper or a laptop. Thanks a lot for so many good thoughts. I was deleting old emails and found this like you have shared http://elitedaily.com/life/power-of-keeping-a-notebook/1067990/ . It got me thinking that I should also start to document my life. :) Take care.

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  2. Dear Iqbal,
    Thank you so much for leaving me a comment. And telling me that you appreciate my work.
    I have two journals. One is an electronic one.
    The other journal I have is the old fashioned pen and paper one. I have a collection of lovely fountain pens.
    I will blog about my journal and pen collection sometime.
    Have a great weekend.
    And yes--do start that journal!
    Love
    Preeti

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    1. I love it when you reply :D Thank you very much! Also I will wait for a detailed blog post for the collection. keep the good work up Ma'am. You Rock. ♥

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  3. I totally agree with the closing line of the post

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  4. I totally agree with the closing line of the post

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  5. Lovely post! Am sure your fans in Chennai were super thrilled to meet you and get their books signed by you too. Thanks for always dedicating your time to your fans! :-)

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