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The Gift. A short story by Preeti Shenoy. Soon on Juggernaut




Hi  here!

How have you been?
I have been buried in my writing for the last many days.

And I want to share something very close to my heart, with you.

*drum rolls and trumpets please*

 I am VERY excited and happy to share with you that a short story written by me is coming out on Juggernaut app soon. Most of you who have read my books and loved them, will be *very shocked* to see this side of me. It's a side I have revealed only in my short stories, which tend to be very different from my books. I truly hope you like this story, as I it's something I am proud of having written.
How do you get to read the story?
Hit 'Like' and SHARE  my facebook post.

Shall reveal details, as soon as we get 200 shares :)
Love
Preeti



Comments

  1. Congratulations, Preeti. That is wonderful news. It is always a pleasure to read your works. Cannot wait to read your short stories as well. I read your Facebook post yesterday, clicked like and shared the post as well. Therefore, eagerly waiting to read it :-)

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  2. Congratulations ma'am. I love to read every thing you write. Ma'am this coverpage, why did you choose this perticular image??

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  3. Hello Preeti ma'am...I read all ur books and will surely read this one as well..as of now I am reading ...it always happens for a reason...girl vipasha...is very determined..good to see ..way u have portrayed her character..

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