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Read more--It makes you smarter. (blog marathon post 15)



Today, as it was independence day,  I did a Facebook live video session.
It was fun talking to all of you, real time. If you missed it, you can watch it by clicking the link above. 


I also finished reading a novel today. It is the 19th book that I have read since 1st January 2017. If you have been following my blog, might you might  remember that I had started a reading wall at the beginning of the year.
I am glad that my reading wall is filling up fast!




If you too want to make more time to read, here is a piece I wrote on medium:

5 easy ways to read more and transform your life. 








And if you want to see some books I really enjoyed, I am currently in the google play store :)
Please go and have a look.
Here's a screenshot.


 
What is the book that you are currently reading?
Tell me in comments! I would love to know.

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Till tomorrow: Keep reading!

Check out my books: http://preeti.io/amazon
 

Comments

  1. This is lob and kus...The post is very to the point..You are looking beautiful in the pic as always

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  2. Currently i am reading the one you cannot have and everyone has a story and very nice blog mam

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  3. A lot of youngsters in India must have picked up habit of reading once they came across your books. They are the ones we one can relate too, you bring the emotions to the book so very gracefully. Love you and your books for that ma'am.

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  4. Currently i am reading the one you cannot have and everyone has a story and very nice blog mam

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  5. Hi Preeti! Your reading wall idea really a hit with my 4 years old son who had read 78 books since Jan17.We love reading with him.I am at 35 since Jan.
    It is not about the count but his love for reading which thrills me.
    Regards,
    Sandip

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    1. Wow Sandip!! That is fabulous to hear. Do send me the list of books you have red ps(at)preetishenoy(dot)com
      I love book lists.
      And a big hug to your son. Tell him he is a star!! <3

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  7. Hi Preeti. I hope to be a part of the Live Video Session next time. It is so nice to see you reading so many books as well as maintain a wall too. You are an amazing person!

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  8. Hi Madam! I love to read Khushwant Singh's books. It is always a delight to read his books.

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  9. Thank you for your list! I ordered the ones I did not have. I am currently reading "Fallen in Love" by Lauren Kate, will pick one from the list to read next.


    GBU
    Arti

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