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How to get signed copies of my new book A Hundred Little Flames (post 5)


This morning I did a Facebook Live, where I had an announcement about A Hundred Little Flames.

As you can see from the above video, it was a lot of fun, as so many of you interacted so warmly with me. Thank you for that!

If you want signed copies of A Hundred Little Flames , go to http://preeti.io/a100lf and place an order there. You can be sure it will be signed, provided you pre-order it (on Amazon).


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  1. I missed the live:( but i definitely want ur signed copy ...
    Waiting for 11 November. :)

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    1. You will get a signed copy if you have pre-ordered from the link shared <3

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  3. Pre-ordered my copy and very excited to get hold of it. I have my exams next month, yet, I would definitely make time to read your book!

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  4. Mam,I am spellbounded by how you manage to convey such strong emotions magically through your words.Each sentence of your writing is a treat for heart.thank you so much mam

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  5. Hi Preeti. I was part of the LIVE session. It's so nice of you to interact with your fans. Fortunately, I had already pre-ordered the book when the link was put up after the book release in UK. Hope that I will be able to get a signed copy too. Counting down the days for 11th November. Good Luck!

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