Preethi Venugopala is a Civil Engineer by profession and an artist & writer by passion. Born in a land named as God's own country, Kerala, she is currently settled in the Garden city, Bangalore. You can find her reminiscing about her birthplace every now and then. Naturally, she is in awe of it. She blogs at tulipsandme.blogspot.in, quite a known place on the blogosphere. If you love positive stories and beautiful art then you must visit her blog, which promises happy endings and visual treats through her art works. She create portraits in Pencil and Charcoal. She also create paintings with oil, acrylic and watercolors. You can find her musings on random topics and also her latest art works on her blog.
Preethi has been published in an anthology, The Second Life by Write India Publishers. Her story in it 'The Arabian Dream' was appreciated by many. She also works as an editor and currently she is working as an editor to an Anthology, The Blank Space where 100 authors come together to tell 100 stories. She has also contributed 'The Eternal Love', a love story to it. She has been a part of Game of Blogs by blogadda where ten bloggers together created a novella. Preethi's team wrote a sci-fi novella starring aliens.
It is really a great pleasure to get a review of Story of Tublu from Preethi Venugopala. This is what she has to say about the novel.
"The book describes the life of the main characters in the same endearing style that Jahid writes his blog posts. Straight from the heart narration, from start to end, it doesn't deviate anywhere. Major characters that come into Tublu’s and Maina’s life bring in humor, adventure and even love. The adolescent adventures of Tublu and his friends is narrated with frankness. Ragging, embarrassing moments, crushes, love stories, the book is filled with anecdotes from Tublu’s life.
I finished reading it in three hours straight. It was a tension free afternoon read for me. Pick the book up if you want an escape from the gore and tensions that fill many of the books that come out these days"
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