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Winners of the Blogversary Celebrations!

Hey all,

All of you have left me such wonderful comments. I wish I could send ALL of you the special limited edition mug. However, I have to pick a few, and  here are the people whose comments have been chosen :



Prathima Joishy
Upma Pant
Nitu
Archita Batra
Megha Sharma
Aditi
Raman Rajan
Sammah Masud
Vaishnavi Vaishu
Neha Nayyar
CS
Tarang Sinha
Zena Mikha
Ravali Yendala
Shinega
Nupur
Deepika
Swaroopa


Please send your address and choice of option to contact(at)westland-tata(dot)com with a cc to me ps(at)preetishenoy(dot)com

And your mugs will reach you!

Must tell you that some posts had a lot of comments, and some posts had relatively lesser. So we pooled in ALL the comments to pick these names.

Also to all who left links to your blog, if there are more than 10 posts, you can expect a visit from me soon!! <3

Thank you all for leaving me such beautiful comments.
Will blog again very soon.
Till then, keep smiling
____________________________________
ps: check out http://preeti.io/3

Comments

  1. Congrats ! winners.

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  3. Today morning I have woken up to see your mail with my name in the list of winners. I am certain I would fail to express my delight as well as gratitude, for, words fail to capture my current level of ecstasy.

    Thank you very much ma'am. You and your blogs have inspired me in more than one way and I am forever grateful for that. I can't wait to receive my gift (mug). I will secure it forever as a token of admiration from you :)

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  4. Wow, I won ! Thank you Preeti! I can now happily say that I am mentioned twice in your blog. Honoured ☺Congratulations to all winners..

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  5. My oh my! Reading this post first thing in the morning made me jump up and down. I was so happy and could not control my excitement! Thank you so much, Preeti! It is always a pleasure to follow your blog and comment on the posts. Congratulations to all the winners as well as to the others who had commented on the posts. Can't wait to get the mug and add it to my collection of prizes won from your contests. Last year, I had won a calendar! Looking forward to many more contests. Take care!

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  7. I was going through the names and I read Archita Batra and from that very second, I am jumping with excitement.I keep looking at this page,it feels so special to be in that list and honoured as well. I am glad you liked my comment. Thank you so much mam.
    I just cannot wait to have that mug to myself. Also , I finalllyy completed "It's All in the Planets" , loved the ending and the way the story evolved after Trisha's death. Looking forward to another bestseller.
    Thank you.
    -ARCHITA BATRA

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  8. Oh my god! you made my day, mam. Thank you so much for believing in my writing.
    Only because of you, I have had started blogging!
    Thank you for being my inspiration!

    and yes, I will send you address very soon!
    I want to touch that mug and it will be something which will be able to connect me with you.
    :-)

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  9. Wen I read the mail in the morning I felt truly thrilled...Thank you sooo much..its really an honour..You are my inspiration ma'am..

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  10. Hey! Thank you so much, Preeti for selecting me!

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  11. Preeti mam,
    There is my name in this list, but I'm not sure if it is me, Aditi Sharma only or some other Aditi. Could you please confirm and let me know.

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  12. Preeti mam,
    There is my name in this list, but I'm not sure if it is me, Aditi Sharma only or some other Aditi. Could you please confirm and let me know.

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  13. Hello mam,
    I have the same confusion as Aditi. There is only Nupur written in your list. I am not sure if it's me Nupur Trivedi or other Nupur. Can you please confirm and let me know.

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