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Love a Little stronger. Preeti Shenoy's next book releases on April 27th!

Hey!


This is the cover of my next book! It will be releasing on April 27th of this month. The cover was unveiled today in a live session on facebook

For those of you who have read 34 bubblegums and candies, this is a new version of that book. The most popular stories from that are there is this. But there are also a lot of new stories. It has five sections-- each section has stories about a certain theme. These are all TRUE stories from my life.

It's a book very close to my heart!

Here's what the back blurb says:




You can pre-order the book here: http://preeti.io/lals







  Tell me in comments, what you think about this!
   Super excited about it and waiting to hear from you.
    

      Love
      Preeti



Comments

  1. Waiting eagerly to pre order and read your new book. The cover page is awesome... I m happy.. Excited as well. Thanks bunch.. Keep writing mam..

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  2. Why does the cover say financial World... I love the lamp the girl is carrying

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    1. Thanks--it's a press quote from Financial World. All books carry quotes from Press if they have got it :)

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  3. Hi preethi , please let me know if the pre-ordered copies are with your autograph? if not so , please do it for us , i usually buy the pre-ordered copy with your autograph only :(

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    1. Dear Jamie.
      I had signed 3K books last time, and the years before that as you know. I travel to the press, and stay there for 3-4 days till I finish signing all the pre-orders. This time I am not in the country, and hence will not be able to oblige.
      However, you are most welcome to come to any of my public events and I will gladly sign it for you!

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  4. Fab cover... Blurb is inspirational... Lovely lines... Can't wait to read the book... All the very best and keep rocking 💕❤️😍

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