Preeti Shenoy is an Indian author. She has been consistently nominated for the Forbes List of the 100 most influential celebrities in India since 2013. Preeti received the Indian of the Year award by Brands Academy. She has also received Business excellence award instituted by New Delhi Management Institute. India Today calls her 'the only woman in the highest-selling league,' alluding to the popularity of her books. Daily News and Analysis has described her as a "keenly observant mind", and The Times of India describes her writing as "excellent storytelling skills". Cosmopolitan has described her as "one of India's most popular authors", also she is the only woman in India's highest selling league. She was a keynote speaker at Birmingham Literature Festival, where the cover of A Hundred Little Flames was also released.
|Born:||Dec 21, 1971|
About Preeti Shenoy
Most famous for her bestselling novels Life Is What You Make It and Tea For Two and a Piece of Cake, this Indian writer also published poetry and nonfiction and worked as a visual artist.
In 2008, she published articles in both Reader's Digest and the Times of India. That same year, she published her first full-length work, 34 Bubblegums and Candies.
She earned a degree in portrait painting from a United Kingdom university.
She and her husband and two children had homes in both Norwich, England and Bangalore, India.
She and her contemporary, Chetan Bhagat, both became bestselling writers in India.
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- Kendriya Vidyalaya alumni
- Women writers from Maharashtra
- 21st-century Indian novelists
- Indian women novelists
- 21st-century Indian women writers