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Preeti Shenoy--New novel releasing soon!



There's some exciting news for you :) My new novel is releasing in November. The pre-order link will be up on October 7th.

The cover  (and the title) will be unveiled for the very first time in Birmingham UK.
I am a keynote speaker at the Birmingham Literature Festival.



Desi Blitz which is Britain's  award winning, leading  Asian web-magazine, has been co-ordinating the whole event, and have been corresponding with me over the last many months to make this happen.




I am very very excited about it. I will be travelling to UK in October. I used to live in UK, and one of my novels features Norwich, the place where I used to live.
(Yes, I will be travelling to Norwich too, later, after the cover release).

You can watch the unveiling of the cover --LIVE by following my Facebook author page. (Hover over 'like' and enable 'see first' to not miss any notification)
You can also follow the page as there will be a lot of fun stuff happening there, leading to the cover release.

I can promise you, this is my best work so far. It is VERY different from all my other books.
 My early readers said 'It is of the next level', and one of my editors said 'I couldn't tear myself away from the book; it is such a book, which I can read over and over again.'

I have written about something very close to my heart. I have drawn from my own experiences, and my own life.

I will tell you more about it, after the cover release.
You will be with me, won't you? (tell me in comments please)

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Meanwhile, there are my other 8 books to read. :)




Comments

  1. Great going ! Shall be waiting with excitement.

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  2. Mam every book of yours is always different and we are sure this time you take another level .... hope Oct comes quickly ....

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    1. Thanks Soumya--I am certain you won't be disappointed.

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  3. Mam every book of yours is always different and we are sure this time you take another level .... hope Oct comes quickly ....

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  4. All the best for it...Waiting

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  5. I am already following your Facebook page and i am very much excited for your new book and ya as you said this is your next level work so mam your every book is of the next level and best wishes for your book :)

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  6. All the very excited about the new book😁...Wish you all good luck ma'am!

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  7. waiting eagerly...

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  8. I can't wait for your next novel after reading three of your books. All the best and hope you come up with the poetry book. Already voted with a YES, Preeti :)

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  9. always with you mam so much waiting for your new novel.

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  10. Can't wait ma'am...��

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  11. Thank you so much for gifting us with your interesting novels. Exited to read the next bestselling novel :)

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    1. Thank you Rasmi...I promise you will like it.

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  12. excited for the new book
    bec last page is always my fav
    its your pic mam......

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    1. Haha--you can get my pic anywhere on the net, or on my website! :) But thank you <3

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  13. All the very best.
    Great
    Waiting for the Release

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  14. I am literally more excited than you mam , your words are so simple & easy to understand. Your regular reader from Chennai :)

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  15. Hi Preeti! Oh wow! This sounds so interesting and super exciting! I will definitely be a part of your launch sitting in the comfort of my house or office. Cannot wait to pre order your latest book! I have read all your books at least twice, and cannot wait to receive your latest in my collection and start reading. Good luck for the launch! I am sure it will be very memorable for you and all your fans!!!:-)

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  16. Hi Preeti! Oh wow! This sounds so interesting and super exciting! I will definitely be a part of your launch sitting in the comfort of my house or office. Cannot wait to pre order your latest book! I have read all your books at least twice, and cannot wait to receive your latest in my collection and start reading. Good luck for the launch! I am sure it will be very memorable for you and all your fans!!!:-)

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  17. Hi mam,
    This is shrinisha. I have read all your books so far and "Secret wish list" is my favourite one till date. Eagerly waiting to pre order your next book and having high hopes ��

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  18. Vow ! so happy for you madam. A new book in the near future makes it so exciting.

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  19. I have read all your books and It's all in the Planets is my favourite. All the best for your book release and looking forward to it.

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  20. Hi ma'am.
    Happy to hear about your new book. All the very best <3
    Looking forward to read it.



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  21. Can't decide which book of yours to read first

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  22. Really excited~! Looking forward!!!! Mam!! :) :)

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