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Hindu Lit for Life Special session on Friday (blog marathon post 15)


The Hindu Lit For Life is having a special session on Friday. 17th June at Starmark Chennai. I would be in conversation with Sandhya Sridhar. If you are in Chennai, do drop in. I would love to see you.

Whenever such events happen, my publishers usually send an official invite. But for my readers I always create a personal invite, which is what you see above. Both invites are equally valid! :)

Here is the official invite:


 Since Chennai is one of the cities I grew up in, it holds fond memories. If you have folks in Chennai, who have read my books and want to meet me, please do share this with them.

And of course, if you have already bought copies of my book(s) and want me to sign them for you, please do  get them.

Will post again tomo.
Bye!

Comments

  1. I have all the books piled up, waiting to meet you. Last one I attended was at Royal Orchid- Bangalore for It Happens for a reason..!!! Since then neither the date suits nor the city you visit..!!! #Positive
    "Kehte hain agar kisi cheez ko dil se chaho ... to puri kainaat usse tumse milane ki koshish mein lag jaati hai"

    Lets see when this happens..!!! :)

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  2. I am yet to buy this one...will do so soon

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  4. Hi Preeti. I have shared your invite with my friends and family in Chennai. Hopefully, one day I will also get to attend one of the sessions with a big pile of your books which are waiting to be signed :-) Have a wonderful time in Chennai! :-)

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  5. Have a great time in Chennai madam.

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