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Win a trip to Mumbai, and attend Women Writers Fest with me!

Hello!

A bit  of news I have is this FUN and EASY contest that we are running, where two winners will be flown to Mumbai to attend Women Writers Fest  (click on link to know all details) with me ! We will also take care of the hotel stay for a night.  And ALL participants will get an assured surprise in their inbox on 28th Feb!  We started it today, and it goes on till 25th feb.
Isn't this Fabulous? I am very excited about it!

What do you have to do to enter?




Simple--Share a pic with 'Life is What You Make it' and post it  on YOUR social media (blog, facebook, Twitter, Instagram--anything you like and use the hashtag #LifeWithPreeti so we find it. Also set your account to public! Please make it a post (as stories disappear in 24 hours)
We have already started receiving pictures from as far as Kedarkanth. I am absolutely loving it, and it is so moving and wonderful to see all the pictures.


I have a lot of news to share with you, though if you have been following me on Instagram or Twitter or facebook, this isn't really 'new news' to you. I have decided to read a 100 books this year! Yes, a hundred :)

And guess what--I have already finished 13, and am now on my 14th. This is probably one of the reasons, I didn't blog earlier. I was too caught up in reading (and writing my next book). If you want to see all the books I have read, and what I thought of them, I have put them all in the highlights on my instagram page.

You don't need an Instagram account to  view it. Just click on the link, and then look at circular  icon, which is the highlights. I have named it 'Books'. I have also shared tips to read more, My favourite books of 2018, etc.

The other thing I decided to do this year, is to get to know YOU better! If I know where you are based, it will help my team to plan my book tours, so I can meet you, in person. Hence if you haven't filled in  this very short form, I request you to do. Here's the link:
 http://preeti.io/form


And here is a pic of the contest:


Here in this pic, you can see one of my readers Sakshi Bari, who shared this pic.


Fun, isn't it?

Also please tag me, and I will like and comment on the pics you share.


Happy Valentines day!
Leave me comments---tell me what you think of this!
I can't wait to hear from you.

Love
Preeti



Comments

  1. #LifeWithPreeti Winning is secondary to me, just sharing my love for Life is What You Make It and for it be read by Preeti Mam will be enough for me.
    I love Life is What You Make It and it was one of the first novels I read in my life, Will be sharing my memories on Twitter and Instagram.
    Also Thank You mam, for all the years of love and joy you have shared in your books.

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  3. Nice thought Preethi.

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  4. 100 books... that is amazing.
    😊

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